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SlicerDicer #1 Posted 09 September 2012 - 10:27 PM

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    05-08-2011
Doubled my fps.

Tears stream from my eyes as I write this.

For 5k games I had to struggle with 5 fps average; down to 3 behind a bush and up to 10 next to a map border.

I sacrificed EVERYTHING for 7 fps average (4-12). Bushes, effects, textures...EVERYTHING. I managed to get by up to 11k  games. I improved my efficiency from 700 to 930. I got my global WR from 45 to 50%. All my latest tanks have 52 to 58% WR.

And now...
BLISS.

I have an average of 12 fps. It goes up to 24 when next to a map border. It is perfectly smooth. As smooth as ...  that special part of a woman's body.

Thank you for reading.

http://www.digitalsc...-troll-face.png

PS: the answer was updating my Intel HD drive to a Turbo boosted version. I updated the graphics drive...

Edited by SlicerDicer, 09 September 2012 - 10:31 PM.


kick_as_killa #2 Posted 09 September 2012 - 10:30 PM

    Staff Sergeant

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    08-25-2011
i ran about 6fps for almost 4k games, then i bought a new graphics card, et voila, anywhere between 20 and 35. I honestly don't know i played before

Grand_Moff_Tano #3 Posted 09 September 2012 - 11:13 PM

    Field Marshal

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    05-20-2011
I ran at about 15-60+ FPS when I started, not bad for a NVIDIA GeForce GT 430

anemicflame #4 Posted 10 September 2012 - 08:33 AM

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    06-11-2011
I have around 15-20 fps on live server which is ok, but on test server I have 70fps with same settings and around 30fps with highest settings. I hope that this patch will bring similar performance to live server.




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