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Will -nod3d9ex make my game run smoother/better fps while improving the graphics?

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/moving to questions.

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Spartan    1017

Best way to find out? Try it ;)

We also have some really helpfull guides you can take a look at for better fps.

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Boston    648

This helped me out a lot.

I tested it out in Upper Berezino. I got about 30 FPS in the city, and full on steady 60 out of the city.

Before, I was getting around 20 in there, and 40 in wilderness. That's about a 10-20 FPS boost using those lines.

I saw from the post Jewell made that it didn't work for some. So it depends, it might work for you, then again, it might not.

Just a side note, I noticed a major lag spike about 15 minutes into playing, where it went down to about 5 FPS for 3 seconds, but that's probably just me. It didn't continue after that, so overall, this is a good startup parameter for those who struggle to run this game (So, just about everyone).

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Hi Niko_Kolelivian,

Has any of the above suggestions helped yourself?

My personal experience is No this does not help I have tried various things when messing around just to make improvements and I would not say this makes a solid improvement to anything, however like BostonDonut stated try it for yourself it is the best way.

With the answers and suggestions been made I will solve this as its more down to personal preference than solid facts.

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