The Guru3D Screenshot Thread - The last stand (RTFM!) #14

Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Cybermancer, May 11, 2010.

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  1. FULMTL

    FULMTL Ancient Guru

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  2. eclap

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    pure washed out more like
     
  3. Year

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    ^thats not the arcade version is it? Looks like NES or something. One of my all time favs. i still have fond memories of going to Hills dept store playing that which stood near a popcorn vendor...i can still smell the popcorn everytime i see that game. lol seriously
     

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    Yeah I agree, somethings up with the lighting or something.
     
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    i followed the instructions on how to get the aspect ratio to 16:9, but i guess the game just wasn't cut out for it
     
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    It is. NOLF2 stretches in widescreen resolutions. A couple guys think they may have figured out a way to fix it... I'm watching really close.
    The instructions to fix the stretching only applies to the weapon models. You can get those to work so they aren't stretched... but everything else... nope.
     
  8. Year

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    C64 version :p
     
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    a version i didnt know existed. wish i knew back then, i dreamed of playing the arcade version at home, most of the other versions had completely different gameplay and the NES version came out some 3 years later i think.
     
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    Looks like someone went to the store, how is that gtx 480 working on you YEAR?

    Better that the x2?
     
  12. Year

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    yeah my 5970 died (fan stopped, gpu fried) so i decided to go with nvidia and get rid of a few multigpu annoyances (microstutters) even if it meant a loss of some fps.

    to me the GTX480 is a better card overall and i'm glad i bought it, games feel smoother at lower framerates, played many games and not one felt laggy even when cranking up every option to the max and PhysX to High, i wasn't expecting this kind of power even after reading the reviews but it turned out a no slouch monster.

    temps idle around 45c and max about 89-90c (fan speed never went above 80%) after running Furmark for 10 minutes and tbh it's less noisy than most 5970 cards including mine.

    i'm sure crossfired games would beat the gtx480 by a few fps but with this kind of performance it doesn't really matter.

    well worth the price, i'm not missing my 5970 one bit. ;)
     
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    hmm i really don't think so, maybe it could be a bit different, a bit more washed out cause of the real life sis ToD2..
     

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    Fallout 3 with a ****load of mods.


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    ^ are there a lot of mods for Fallout?
     
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    yeah..oblivion like a lot:)
     
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    You're missing one of the most important ones. That huge default HUD looks fugly..
     
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