CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core 3.0ghz RAM: DDR3 2gb Videocard: NVIDIA GeForce GT 430 Approx. Total Memory: 2781 mb HDD: 100gb free space, NO BAD SECTOR OS: Windows 7 32bit Professional
Everytime when I start to play GTA IV, it's very laggy. All drivers updated for this PC. I used CCleaner already, Done Defrag and Used Game Booster already. Still nothing, Still laggy. Any could help me please.
This post has been edited by Briantech00 on Monday, Mar 19 2012, 16:26
Old Dual Core man E5700, My graphic card is not enough?
My 3D Setting -> Global Setting Ambient Occlusion: off Anifotropic filtering: application-controlled Antialiasing - Gamma correction: on Antialiasing - Mode: application-controlled Antialiasing - Setting: application-controlled Antialiasing - Tranparency: off CUDA - GPUs: all Maximum pre-rendered frames: 3 Multi-display/mixed-GPU acceleration: Multiple display performance mode Power management mode: adaptive Texture filtering - Anisotropic sample opt.: off Texture filtering - Quality: quality Texture filtering - Trilinear optimization: on Threaded optimization: auto Triple buffering: off Vertical sync: Use the 3D application setting
Those system requirement things are bullsh*t. Don't even bother with them.
Anyways, I have a E2200 and a GT 430. You need to upgrade your drivers for the nVidia card and also get 64bit and 4GB of RAM. GTA IV won't run too smoothly on 2GB RAM. Anyways, I tested IV on my work machine, and the results pulled up were
Statistics Average FPS: 20.25 Duration: 37.19 sec CPU Usage: 99% System memory usage: 74% Video memory usage: 47%
Graphics Settings Video Mode: 1280 x 1024 (60 Hz) Texture Quality: Medium Shadow Quality: Low Reflection Resolution: Medium Water Quality: Medium Texture Filter Quality: Anisotropic x4 Night Shadows: Off View Distance: 22 Detail Distance: 11
Hardware Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview
Video Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce GT 430 Video Driver version: 18.104.22.16817 Audio Adapter: Speakers (2- High Definition Audio Device) Intel® Pentium® Dual CPU E2200 @ 2.20GHz
File ID: Benchmark.cli
I drove around and I averaged from 18-25 FPS, and its probably not going to be better then that. Being near water also can drop the FPS to about 10-15 sometimes
This post has been edited by YankeesPwnMets on Tuesday, Mar 20 2012, 02:34