Originally Posted by $till LegendaryU2K
Bioshock max settings with dx9 or dx9 1280x1024 40-80fps dx9, 50-100fps dx10. Timeshift 1280x1024 max settings, 45-80fps. A 9500GT good? Yes. Looks like you are the one living under a rock. L4D 1280x1024 af16 AA full, very high to high to high, 30-70 fps. Should i continue?
Oh and keep in mind this is with a Single core Processor with 2.4ghz
Oh Immortal Kenny, you again. You do know i have a new rig and a 9500gt and a 4670 right? You also might wanna look into the Screenshot thread at some of my latest screenshots. Slideshows, not anymore.
But we're not talking about Bioshock or L4D here. This is a GTA IV thread. And honestly, both my GPU and CPU are better than yours, and even then I can definitely see some limits with my setup.
Simply put: GTA IV is a thousand times more computationally-intensive than Bioshock or L4D is. Every NPC is unique in looks and clothes, every foot of view distance you add is another AI that needs their paths and actions controlled by the CPU, every impact is a load of physics calculations to be handled by your CPU.
None of those games you listed are anything like that; if you want to ignore us, then fine, go ahead. Have fun playing with a view distance of 1 and a resolution of 720x450.
Originally Posted by ImmortalKenny
Why did you even sign on this forum?
Agreed; why did you? You're nothing but a fanboy who's blind to honesty. You're a fanboy to your purchases; you can't admit that they have flaws or they're not the best.