ATI tray tool settings - AA AF methods

Discussion in 'ATI Tray Tools Public Beta Section' started by will_16v, Nov 2, 2007.

  1. will_16v

    will_16v Active Member

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    Hi,
    I have read the guide in this section about the various settings within ATT, which have enhanced my cards performance slightly.
    I am looking to improve the performance a little more if i can, mainly framerates - i play racing sims mainly - GTR2, GT Legends, Rfactor, Race '07, so framerates are important.
    Does anyone have any info on how i may improve the framerates further?

    Also, how can i find out what type of VRM's / Voltage Regulators my board is running?
    I don't know if there are any to be honest - no voltage control in overclock settings in ATT. Think i read somewhere that this board does'nt have them (AGP X1950XT)?
     
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  2. Decane

    Decane Ancient Guru

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    You want to increase performance beyond driver-level settings? Overclock. Or buy a new GPU. Those are your options. :)
     
  3. GIBF4

    GIBF4 Active Member

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    What are your current FPS at the moment? I too drive GTR2 with an x1950xt 256 GDDR3 (however PCI-e) and have somethimes well over 100 FPS (outside) in GTR2 (in cockpit varying from 30 upto 58). This with an P4HT 3.06Ghz prescott CPU and a default PSU of 380W...
     
  4. will_16v

    will_16v Active Member

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    Framerates depend on detail of tracks, shadows etc, but usually around 60 fps, online with a full grid, sometimes 120 fps when racing and there are only a few cars in view.

    GIB4 - check this link - this should help get some more frames from GTR2:)
    http://www.simracing.org.uk/smf/index.php?topic=3230.0

    I have already tried some settings in ATT, but was just wondering if there is anything else i could try, to optimise performance,...
     
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