read: Getting tech help on the forum and attach that PCWizard report as instructed ( use the older version of PCWizard if you have problems with the newer one )read the FAQ: http://www.thewitcher.com/forum/index.php?topic=17503.0420in401 said:right now im installing a hotfix for the versoin of my computer. that might help =p unless i already have it..idk
read: Getting tech help on the forum and attach that PCWizard report as instructed ( use the older version of PCWizard if you have problems with the newer one )what game version original + patch or Enhanced DVD?mephistoro said:Can someone tell me if there is any way i can improve my fps?i mean my fps ingame is really low ,is there any program like the Oldblivion for TEH4-oblivion or some mod that removes the shaders/light efects etc so that it may work better on my pc ? if you have any information please share it with me
get a better video card :teeth:BladeInTheCrowd said:I recently solved my huge scenery problems thank to the help of the forum.Just wondering if anyone could take a look through the PCWizard report below or suggest anything I could do to improve the general efficiency of the game?Preferable that don't cost anything as I will be getting a nice gaming laptop in the winter and am not willing to spend much but all ideas are welcome.
not with HD3300, that would be low-medShivaSi said:I've been planning to change my gaming rig for some time now and I'm wondering if The Witcher will run smooth at an 1440x900 resolution, mid-high details on an onboard HD3300 ( motherboards with ATI 790 chipset ).
yeah that dont sound normal. FPS should run way faster indoors if you ask me.tried without SLI? or different drivers? meh, prolly fixed already :-XTheAsterite said:HelloI bought the EE today, and when I was playing it, I noticed framerate dips into the 30's indoors, something that I think shouldn't happen with my rig. Outdoors, I usually dip into the 40's. I'm running Vista 64, core i7 920 @ 3.3 GHZ and 2 Nvidia Gtx 280's in SLI. I played the game on both my moniter, which is 1280 x 1024 and TV, which is 1920 X 1080, and the same thing happens at both resolutions when running the highest settings. The SLI mode I'm using is AFR 2, and I already tried running the game with only 1 core but that didn't seem to do anything. Is there something I should be doing to eliminate the dips, or is it normal?
it's a combinationread: Getting tech help on the forum and attach that PCWizard report as instructed ( use the older version of PCWizard if you have problems with the newer one ) so we know what your current hardware is exactlyDemidekidasu said:Intel Celeron D @2.53ghz3gb DDR 2 @533mhzXFX 512mb Geforce 9400gtIs this a sign that my outdated single-core CPU is too slow to cope, or that my budget graphics card is simply living up to it's value, or is it a combination of the two? I would realy appreciate any advice you can give me on this matter, and also could you recomend what hardware to upgrade to?