XFX Exclusive Farcry 2 Bundles

"As Only XFX Can Deliver: The Exclusive NVIDIA Partner Bundling Far Cry 2 With Its 9 Series Graphics Cards "

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XFX Exclusive Farcry 2 Bundles
XFX sends you deep in a war-torn African state to achieve the impossible: find the Jackal. All you are armed with is a copy of Far Cry 2, the newly released sequel to the popular game title, and an XFX GeForce® 9 Series graphics card. Because that’s all you’ll need to emerge victorious.

The XFX GeForce® 9 Series/Far Cry 2 bundle is offered exclusively by XFX, NVIDIA’s preferred board partner. Whichever XFX GeForce® 9 Series card you choose*, you are guaranteed an unparalleled gaming experience thanks to a full range of graphics management features that optimize the user experience.

Engineered for maximum performance, XFX GeForce® 9 Series GPUs come equipped with industry-leading features such as PhysX®, Cuda and Hybrid Power technology, and many offer dual and three-way SLI® mode.

PhysX is NVIDIA’s powerful physics engine that enables real-time graphics and provides an exponential increase in physics processing power. What all that means is that explosions generate dust, characters move with life-like motion; and weapons generate incredible effects. In other words, it’s the engine that generates a mind-blowing gaming experience.

CUDA™ technology, the world’s only C language environment, taps into the GPUs’ processor cores to accelerate applications. Hybrid Power technology is another performance enhancement for certain configurations that allow the graphics card to shut off during non-3D-intensive applications.

Offering an array of performance-driven specifications, the XFX GeForce® 9 Series cards are designed for the new PCI Express 2.0 bus architecture, and offer the highest data transfer speeds, for smoother game play and a more realistic game experience. Second generation NVIDIA PureVideo® HD technology engine ensures unsurpassed Blu-ray and HD DVD movie picture quality. Thanks to hardware acceleration, dynamic contrast enhancement and color stretch video processing, high definition movies and dual-stream picture-in-picture content are optimized on a scene by scene basis producing spectacular picture quality.

Best of all, many of the XFX GeForce® 9 Series graphics cards come with XFX’s LiveHelp support. To learn more about any XFX 9 Series card or to locate a participating e-tailer, go to www.xfxforce.com.

*Far Cry 2 Exclusive FREE Bundles are limited to select XFX GeForce 9-Series graphics cards. Select GeForce GTX-Series cards also include the FREE Bundle. Offers may vary by region.
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24-10-2008, 07:27:47

The only time I`ve gotten a bit of lag out of the game was doing a mouselook whilst playing.

Pretty odd one this, u looked out for any updates on it ?

24-10-2008, 07:30:35

I am on the latest patch as I wanted to play online.. but the lag stops me from playing competativly. :(

Things I have tried -
Turned off Vsync
Turned off Triplebuffer
Turned off AA
Turned off SLI
Turned off PhysX
Force 75Hz refresh rate (My normal)
Changed Drivers from 178.15 to 180.42
Set OCs to Stock
Disabled Post Processing
Changed SLI mode, AFR1,AFR2 etc.

Stuck... My HD 3600 runs it better! :(

24-10-2008, 13:22:03

COH is driving me nuts, its NAT forwarding isnt compatable with my router so until i can afford a new one (poor student) i cannot play either

/coh whinge over

gl with the screen lag, very odd

25-10-2008, 06:56:11

what router do you have?

25-10-2008, 08:16:30

thomson/speedtouch 585v7, ports are all forwardewd but get constant NAT negotiation errors

25-10-2008, 08:23:49

Set core affinity?

26-10-2008, 09:41:08

try running it in a window, that was the only way i could get rid of the lag in mine for a while.. it's very odd the game seems to run perfectly but when in-game it goes crazy when units appear :( very strange.. haven't played it much to be honest, this being the reason why :(

27-10-2008, 08:13:13

Still runs like fluid on mine (as I said with a bit of mouselook slowdown).

I`m wondering if it`s how ur Windows is installed.

I`m using Vista 64bit Ultimate, fixed 8g pagefile (unfragmented), OS installed on 80g drive, game installed on Raid0 2x200g WD drives. (folding in the background too), Q9540/4g ram w/8800gt atm

Apart from looking at the obvious things, try turning off/disabling ur sound. Sound drives fudge loads of things up secretly.

27-10-2008, 10:38:03

I think I have figured it out.. it always seems to go slow when I ahve just been GPU folding.
But when it is a clean boot it runs as it should. Does the GPU console have a memory leak.. or something which degrades the GPU until restart?

27-10-2008, 10:52:25

If u close the GPU folding thing, check in taskmanager if there`s still something like smpd.exe(or similar) still running.

Should be able to close something like that and be back to normal.

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