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WT Highlight Visual Changes

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by Ron Squire, May 1, 2013.

  1. Ron Squire

    Ron Squire

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    Hi guys

    i am getting a new graphics card fitted in tommorow and along this i am proud to announce that after the Bahrain WT Highlights that i am to bring back the famous FSR theme Tune that was used from the NFS Soundtrack used from 2010-2011 this will mean new titles in a nostalgic fashion.

    the current theme tune used ATM Watercolor by Pendulum will still be used during the Circuit Info / Grid its just the titles will change alongside much more speed capabilities for fancy graphics

    this will mean changes in the schedule in producing the highlights, but i am able to cope with it

    Thanks for reading this and thanks for giving me the support in this if you can

    Thank You very Much

    Ron Squire
     
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  2. Morgan Morand

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  3. Dian Kostadinov

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  4. patrick de wit

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    what kind of videocard you are getting Ron??
     
  5. Ron Squire

    Ron Squire

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    its a HD 5670
     
  6. patrick de wit

    patrick de wit

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    Ah ok from ati seems nice vidcard what was your old one?
     
  7. Ron Squire

    Ron Squire

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    it was a HD 5450
     
  8. patrick de wit

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    whats the differance between those?
     
  9. Ron Squire

    Ron Squire

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    HD 5450 have less transistors and power plus no crossfire while the HD567 has more transistors and power plus crossfire compatiblity so that is the difference
     
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  10. Carlos Martín

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    One allows you to full graph mode and the other just min graph settings
     
  11. Carlos Martín

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    BTW HD 5450 should allow you full graph mode for sure...
     
  12. Lars Brugman

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    Is there that much diffrence between the two? I have a 5570 and can run all on full :O_o:
     
  13. Carlos Martín

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    I used to play with a 2XXX HD radeon (don't remember which one) and i was playing rFactor with mid graphics
     
  14. Carlos Martín

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    Thats why.... Its stragente. It could be the CPU that doesnt allow him to record with high frames ratio?
     
  15. Lars Brugman

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    That is probably true,
    What CPU you got Ron? Also, how much RAM memory?
     
  16. Ron Squire

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    its a AMD Athlon II X4 620 with 4GB of ram
     
  17. Lars Brugman

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    I don't know that processor, but the ram should be good.
    What do you use to record?
     
  18. Ron Squire

    Ron Squire

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    bandicam
     
  19. Jan Schmidt

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    Its just a High-Mid Range CPU but should be enough to run all on full.
    and by the way, rfactor is how old? 2005? if i think back we only had single core cpu and thats what it optimated for, maybe dual core. i think i can run rfactor on my old C2D E8400 with a ATI 3870 on full.