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Old 17th May 2013, 03:02 AM
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Default So, let's say I have a NASA computer, and I want the best settings...

That may be hyperbole. I have an overclocked i7-2600k and a GTX 570.

So, let's say I want the highest fidelity experience possible (without custom textures). Besides the basics like resolution and AA, what settings should I look at?

What if, on the other hand, I wanted the most authentic and accurate experience possible. What settings should I be concerned about then?

Thanks in advance! I'm so glad to see the developers alive again.
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Old 17th May 2013, 03:12 AM
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Not too certain how to respond to this since much of the remaining settings taking advantage of fast CPUs are accuracy-oriented.

For example Software Rendering corrects many problems with LLE gfx in Jabo's Direct3D, but it is not high-fidelity gfx and it is not attractive to look at just because graphics get more accurate.

Copy Framebuffer to RDRAM is a fix to some games that doesn't break anything (except anti-aliasing...); it just needs a fast CPU.

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Thanks in advance! I'm so glad to see the developers alive again.
Pretty much. I guess as of recent almost everyone is really busy, but this whole thing has survived much longer than I thought it would, who knows.
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Old 17th May 2013, 07:39 AM
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If you have a NASA computer.

1) use MAME
2) use angrylion's software RDP. unfortunately it doesn't have per cycle timing so its useless.
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