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Solved: LOW fps with a 2D game??

Discussion in 'Games' started by El CaNa, Jul 8, 2007.

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  1. El CaNa

    El CaNa Thread Starter

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    Hi everyone
    Here's my problem:
    I assume most of you what the program Fraps does. So, when i want to make a vid with Soldat( a 2D game), the fps drop really low(15) when I start recording. When I'm not, its keep up at 60, with a -/+1 variation.
    I currently have no graphics, so im not sure if its because of that. I'm running the game with VIA Chrome9 HC IGP.
    Thanks to all.

    Oh, and by the way, how do you make the title of the thread bold? :eek:
     
  2. Psynapse

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    Fraps is a program which you need a really good computer to run, it does everything on the fly, so you need a fast computer... no gfx card = really slow computer, with any game whilst using fraps...
     
  3. Couriant

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    I would assume the IGP is on a notebook?
     
  4. BlooChoo

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    #even so with that set up fram rate should be above 15fps....
     
  5. El CaNa

    El CaNa Thread Starter

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    Ok, thought so. More RAM would also help too i guess.
    Thanks a lot!(y)
     
  6. Couriant

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    Yeah, intergrated graphics are not that great to begin with, like Psynapse has mentioned.
     
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