ATI Radeon 4570: Optimal Catalyst Settings for Performance

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ATI Radeon 4570: Optimal Catalyst Settings for Performance

Postby diplomonstarr » Wed Dec 30, 2009 11:19 pm

Hi everyone. I am sort of confused when it comes to gpu's and i just got one that can play *some* games so I'd like some help. To clarify, I have the ATI Radeon Mobility 4570 HD 512 MB. I started playing Gears of War on low with absolutely no lag. Now suddenly the game started lagging so I tried setting all of the Catalyst settings to low, but I didn't see a difference. I'm not sure what I need to check or uncheck as far as application settings-defined values, Catalyst A.I. etc to achieve optimal performance and speed out of Gears. I don't care at all what it looks like. Thanks a lot.

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Re: ATI Radeon 4570: Optimal Catalyst Settings for Performance

Postby DMB2000uk » Thu Dec 31, 2009 7:35 am

To be honest I usually leave all my catalyst settings on 'application defined' and turn stuff down/off in game.

If you already have all the settings on their lowest in game, have you tried to lower the resolution?

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Re: ATI Radeon 4570: Optimal Catalyst Settings for Performance

Postby lordvic » Sat Jan 02, 2010 1:56 pm

In the PC version of Gear of War there's like a chapater (or two) that lags quite a bit for some reaon; even causes me to lag. Anyways, there doesn't seem to be a fix for that laggy part, so see if you can play past that. Sorry, I don't remember which chapter/section it was, but I'm sure it was before/around the part where you have toget rid of the beserker while on the train. If you've gone past this part, than I don't remember where else.
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