Win 7 DX10 Crysis Slow

Hay Guys!

I got Win 7 64.

Noticed Crysis Running Mach Turtle in DX10.

Any Ideas why?

Baby Drivers.

Bad DX10 Support.

DX10 just Laggy?

I switched to DX9 and My frame Rates went back to what they were when I had XP.

I very Pleased with Win 7.

Just wondering why I get half the frame rates in DX10.

Anyone else have this to?


Thanks!
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  1. Got some specs for us? The video card you're using would be handy...
  2. Yea ....
    System Specs pls
  3. Oh, yea sure thing.

    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=496512

    But I have an EVGA GTX 285 now.
  4. It just takes a 5hitload of hardware to get good frame rates in Crysis with DX10. I would have suspected a CPU bottleneck in your case, but if you have it running at 4500 Mhz - probably not. Running in DX9 mode makes a huge difference.
  5. Well.

    I'm running 191.07 Drivers, I might try older ones.
  6. I have seen 4.5 seem fine but actually cause problems and slow things down. Lower the OC and have a look see.
  7. This is just a bug. He's running at almost 4 Ghz if i'm not mistaken.. It's 500 * 8.. Well Zerk maybe you wonna install the latest Directx updates.. Don't just use the one enclosured in the game.. Download it from here:

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=04ac064b-00d1-474e-b7b1-442d8712d553

    This should solve your problem, just like it did to me.. I have the same cpu at the same specs, 8600 GT (lol) and using Win 7 64-bit.
  8. alexsam said:
    This is just a bug. He's running at almost 4 Ghz if i'm not mistaken.. It's 500 * 8.. Well Zerk maybe you wonna install the latest Directx updates.. Don't just use the one enclosured in the game.. Download it from here:

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=04ac064b-00d1-474e-b7b1-442d8712d553

    This should solve your problem, just like it did to me.. I have the same cpu at the same specs, 8600 GT (lol) and using Win 7 64-bit.



    Thank you!

    I didn't think about that.

    I'll give it a try.
  9. Zerk said:
    Thank you!

    I didn't think about that.

    I'll give it a try.


    Zerk,

    If the above suggestions do not prove to be the solution you are looking for Microsoft does have an official Windows 7 Support Forum located here http://tinyurl.com/9fhdl5 . It is supported by product specialists as well as engineers and support teams. You may want to also check the threads available there for additional assistance and feedback.

    Jessica
    Microsoft Windows Client Team
  10. JessicaD said:
    Zerk,

    If the above suggestions do not prove to be the solution you are looking for Microsoft does have an official Windows 7 Support Forum located here http://tinyurl.com/9fhdl5 . It is supported by product specialists as well as engineers and support teams. You may want to also check the threads available there for additional assistance and feedback.

    Jessica
    Microsoft Windows Client Team



    Well thank you very much!

    If this new DX Drivers don't work I'll check it out.

    Thanks!
  11. Zerk said:
    Well thank you very much!

    If this new DX Drivers don't work I'll check it out.

    Thanks!


    You're welcome Zerk! Let us know!
  12. hmm.

    No.

    That new DX didn't seam to help.

    I still seam to be getting 20 or so fps less then I should.
  13. What settings are you running?
    2600x1560 @16xAA/16xAF?
  14. For comparison, I get framerates that dip into the mid 20's and average low 40's with the following settings: 1920x1080, 4xAA, no AF, all settings to "high" with the following hardware:
    PII-955@3800Mhz
    8GB DDR3 @ 1600Mhz
    (2) 4870 1GB

    If I switch to DX9, add about 15 FPS to those numbers.
  15. Do you see any major difference in appearance while playing in DX10?
  16. no.

    Just per Object motion blur.
  17. Sorry, I miised a few.

    Um.

    1440x900 16x AF.

    I normally get 50-60 fps Very high DX9.

    And 20-35 fps DX10.
  18. thank you for prog
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