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ZiggyIsGrape

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PostedMar 25, 2013 7:05 pm
AgnosticM4 wrote:
General rule of thumb. If you cant run A.v.A. at 100 fps or more on medium settings, don't bother with SF2 on medium settings.  


AVA at 100 fps = SF2 at maybe 40

atleast in my experience, I can't see too many settings since they're in different languages so I wasn't able to fully optimize them like in AVA

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AgnosticM4

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PostedMar 25, 2013 7:16 pm
ZiggyIsGrape wrote:
AgnosticM4 wrote:
General rule of thumb. If you cant run A.v.A. at 100 fps or more on medium settings, don't bother with SF2 on medium settings.  


AVA at 100 fps = SF2 at maybe 40

atleast in my experience, I can't see too many settings since they're in different languages so I wasn't able to fully optimize them like in AVA  


henceforth medium. If one's PC can't even do that, the PC would just end up breaking down.

ShooopMedia

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PostedMar 25, 2013 7:44 pm

Surprising they still support XP but also nice to see!
Although I don't see how an XP could run that game well, my old XP couldn't run SF1 with more than 30fps

4DD1

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PostedMar 25, 2013 8:32 pm
wow that much lol, this game is way demanding, glad i got new rig

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AgnosticM4

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PostedMar 26, 2013 10:03 am
ShooopMedia wrote:

Surprising they still support XP but also nice to see!
Although I don't see how an XP could run that game well, my old XP couldn't run SF1 with more than 30fps  

I don't think it was XP's problem...
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