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...Never pull out.DiRTKiNG808 said:It stinks that we won't see Toyotas in racing games because for some reason they keep pulling out.carpa said:Let's not forget the Toyotas guys...Sepponaattori said:
Bad frame pacing, but even on my 2gb 960 I'm running triples on medium settings and getting about 50 fps. Feels like the 970 should be able to push it.TyroPro said:I'm trying to experience 4k resolution using my 970 gtx at low graphics settings with triple buffer v- sync enabled. I'm confident my gpu will be over strained if I shoot for 60 fps @ 4k, that's why I'm trying to cap it at 30 fps. It works! Consistent 30 fps @ 4k... it's just not smooth at all and feels like 12 fps. What could make it feel like I'm getting less fps than the fps counter reads?
I agree, just wish they didn't revision it so many times. It's unfortunately too expensive for it's class.DiRTKiNG808 said:The Lexus LFA is one of the most sexy cars I have seen.
I'd recommend PCSX2 for an emulator. You can bump up to 1080 and get some nice AA going.McStanley said:I love the topic title of this thread, 'DiRTy'! That's a good play on a word!
Yes, I remember playing Colin McRae Rally 04 and Colin McRae Rally 2005, on my PlayStation 2. I enjoyed both. I no longer have these games, but I am not sure if I would enjoy playing them, not because they are bad games, because I don't think they are, but playing games on PlayStation 2's are just so boring because consoles are way out date now and become even more out of date when plug one into a flat screen HD TV, which makes the picture become a massive fuzz-ball!