frame-buffer effects

  • Topic Archived
  1. Boards
  2. Dragon Age: Origins
  3. frame-buffer effects
6 years ago#1
Anyone enable these? they really hit the framerate, even on a good machine.
6 years ago#2
It's just referring to post proccessing effects like bloom, depth blur, motion blur and those type of things isn't it? Nothing different from any other game, they just call it a different name. Or am I completely wrong... I have it enabled and didn't notice a major degrade in performance.

---
Kuma 7750BE @3ghz(hopefully 3.4 before I get my new daneb) - 4gig DDR2 800 - 9800GTX+ (ver2)
6 years ago#3
really? when I have it on my frames go down ten or fifteen frames in areas with too many people or small structures.
6 years ago#4
I feel sorry for you, the system you posted earlier is light years ahead of mine, and I have never dropped below 30 frames, maxed at 1440x900

---
Kuma 7750BE @3ghz(hopefully 3.4 before I get my new daneb) - 4gig DDR2 800 - 9800GTX+ (ver2)
6 years ago#5
Something up, my laptop doesnt have a noticeable drop in frames when I turn it on either, though I must say its pretty ugly effects in this game anyway so dont feel too bad if your getting a performance hit. I think I might turn it off myself.
6 years ago#6

With them on, you get jaggy lines during dialog scenes, yet the lighting is perfect. Without them, the lighting is WAY off and everything is too dim. Turning the brightness up just makes it look worse.

6 years ago#7
I have everything cranked to max at 1920X1200, I run along without any slowdowns.
---
- E7300 OC @ 3.6 Ghz -- Gigabyte p45 ds3l -- 4 gig Corsair Dominator 1066 @533mhz
- EVGA GTX 280 Superclocked -- X-FI Titanium -- 1920X1200 -- 3DMark06: 15526
  1. Boards
  2. Dragon Age: Origins
  3. frame-buffer effects

Report Message

Terms of Use Violations:

Etiquette Issues:

Notes (optional; required for "Other"):
Add user to Ignore List after reporting

Topic Sticky

You are not allowed to request a sticky.

  • Topic Archived