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Problems with low FPS and slow bullets[message #340290] Sat, 28 March 2015 21:18 Go to next message
Trotsky
Messages:1
Registered:March 2015
Hey all, was wondering if anyone had any solutions to my problem.

I am currently running Windows 8.1, with GTX 770 GPU.

I am currently finding the game virtually unplayable. The main issue is that characters movement is insanely choppy and I presume FPS is running at around 15 (have not been able to check, FRAPS messes with the games graphics badly).

Was wondering if anyone else has encountered this problem? I have 1.12 up to date, and also have the latest version of 1.13 installed. Having the screen resolution at its lowest setting does appear to alleviate the problem slightly (maybe 30 FPS), however, this prevents some features of 1.13 working, and looks generally unpleasant to the eye.

Apologies if this is in the wrong sub-forum, this seemed the most apt place however.

Cheers!
Re: Problems with low FPS and slow bullets[message #340291 is a reply to message #340290] Sat, 28 March 2015 22:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Scheinworld

 
Messages:919
Registered:December 2007
Location: Baltic Sea, Germany
Hello Trotsky and welcome to the forum! thumbs up

Maybe the following two links will help you to handle your Windows 8.1 problems which I'm not using, but I hope it helps you:

http://thepit.ja-galaxy-forum.com/index.php?t=msg&th=20560&goto=312970&#msg_312970

http://thepit.ja-galaxy-forum.com/index.php?t=msg&th=22166&goto=335812&#msg_335812

Good luck and much fun with our favorite game and this community!


Best regards; Schein...



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Re: Problems with low FPS and slow bullets[message #341457 is a reply to message #340290] Thu, 18 June 2015 16:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Firun

 
Messages:5
Registered:June 2008
Location: Switzerland
Are you running the gog.com Version of Jagged Alliance 2? If so, then use the original version. The gog.com version is really slow for many people, me included, and the original version runs great.

I suppose it is because gog.com took care to slow the game down to original speed, overdoing it in the process.
Re: Problems with low FPS and slow bullets[message #351843 is a reply to message #341457] Sat, 30 December 2017 08:49 Go to previous message
Ras

 
Messages:9
Registered:December 2017
Location: europe
Firun wrote on Thu, 18 June 2015 14:33
Are you running the gog.com Version of Jagged Alliance 2? If so, then use the original version. The gog.com version is really slow for many people, me included, and the original version runs great.

I suppose it is because gog.com took care to slow the game down to original speed, overdoing it in the process.



I just bought JA2 on GOG, it's xmas 2017. Is this issue fixed by now? I rem trying to find this game in 2009 and gave up. Now I finally have it and I'm too worried to begin it because every time I try to run a game over 10 years old?... Win10 just won't run it. win7 ran one older game but win7 was not a great OS for me personally.

I'm running win10 64 on an old intel 6700 cpu and gtx1080. JA2 is installed on a HDD but win10 is installed on an SSD and I don't use a pagefile.
Will this cause issues?

Can you [or anyone?] recommend a file as I simply wish to play the game and after looking thru the Q&A I'm kinda confused by so many answers that apply to the mass of mods, game versions of JA2, exe versions & win7, win8 & win10. Or will the GOG version of JA2 simply 'work as is'? The 'Readme [game vers.112]' is bloody ancient but the goggame galaxy JA2 file list says 'galaxy_jagged_alliance2_2.1.0.13.exe' so perhaps running the game thru the gog galaxy interface will fix any issues w win10?

Thanks
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