Set the value to 01 00 00 00. VSync is the synchronization of your graphics card and monitor's abilities to redraw the screen a number of times each second (measured in FPS or Hz), and is explained in greater I make this question because today I worked on an old system using Intel 845 and a Radeon 9250... It is recommended you select the 'Off, Unless Application Specifies' option for the best performance, and this also allows you to set VSync Off/On in each individual game using the game's
Or, you could try "DALRULE_CRTSUPPORTSALLMODES" and set this to 01 00 00 00 instead. (Both work here perfectly, the difference being that one allows resolutions up to 1600x1200x200, the other 2048x1536x200. Oct 30, 2004 #1 Liquidlen TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,094 Take a look at this page; http://www.ati.com/products/catalyst/SMARTGART-FAQ.pdf Oct 30, 2004 #2 uNreal TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 23 hmm... All Rights Reserved. More Settings: Even though the Catalyst Control Center doesn't distinguish between OpenGL and Direct3D in the bulk of the 3D settings, there are still some settings which are unique to OpenGL
It is part of the AGP spec, and it apparently is not being adhered to by the hardware manufacturers. Nov 1, 2004 #6 PreservedSwine TS Rookie Posts: 325 ATI's "SmatGart" will automatically determine if you system is stable with Fastwrites enabled. Note that this option doesn't exist in Windows Vista, since Vista's new driver model means that a form of VPU Recover is permanently in effect for all graphics cards.
If this option is ticked, it uses your graphics hardware to improve WMV-encoded video playback - which is recommended. As it can cause some issues. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Changing these sliders will adjust the properties of the image and you can immediately see the impact of these on the right side video preview.
If you tick the 'Enable ATI Overdrive' box, the OverDrive software will actively monitor your graphics card's temperature and allow you to manually overclock your video card's GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) Abit NF7 (Nforce2) and ATI 9800 Pro at 408/352 dink1722, Feb 15, 2004 #6 Zebra New Member Joined: Jan 5, 2004 Messages: 198 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Originally and puts them back.... Bill Rose View Public Profile Send a private message to Bill Rose Find all posts by Bill Rose #7 02-05-2005, 10:34 AM M-1 Bronze Member Join Date: Feb
Stay logged in Sign up now! This is a nice method of achieving some extra performance safely, since OverDrive will not allow your graphics card to fry by accidentally overclocking it to insane speeds. FastWrite It's supposedly a direct communcation to your video card to improve performance. select 0, No =) (change Yes to No and the 1 to a zero) Now go change all the "fast write" entries (regedit search) from No to Yes (0 to 1)
This provides fastest performance but may result in image 'tearing' which can be annoying to some. Nov 1, 2004 #7 Liquidlen TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,094 PreservedSwine; I just gotta ask.Are u smoked,pickled or salted? Click here. It's not just an ATI issue.
All Settings: This section is similar to that under the 3D section of the Control Panel - it allows you to view and change all the Video settings in one place, The presets include Home, Office, and Theater. Ask a question and give support.
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