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    Well, I did the refresh rate change (put it to 1), and it cleared up ALL my terrain detail problems. It works great. Now the only problem I have is when I am flying, my screen lags. It freezes for about a second at a time. Usually resulting in me hitting inanimate objects (like the ground). I have my video settings on low with the one setting, "view distance", set at 80%. Why is this happening? does anyone have the same problem? If so, what can I do to fix this? In game, it runs fine. However, I only have this problem with playing online.
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    Coldbore, this sounds like a connection problem...you have cable connection, right? I have cable now, I had DSL before Xmas....DSL is 25% faster than Cable.


    Your gonna have to live with it or switch to Vibe.

    Rob

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    • #3
      Yes I am on Cable. I thought vibe (or DSL) was slower.
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      • #4
        I get little tiny studders in my video lag. It's reallllllyyyy annoying. Does ANYONE know how to remedy this?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by coldbore
          I have my video settings on low with the one setting, "view distance", set at 80%.
          I haven't played with it much, but when I had my distance set at 100%, I wasn't able to play the game. I set it at 50% and everything's peachy...

          Originally posted by patorean
          DSL is 25% faster than Cable.
          This depends on so many variables, that I would have to just say that this statement is false.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by CingularDuality

            Originally posted by patorean
            DSL is 25% faster than Cable.
            This depends on so many variables, that I would have to just say that this statement is false.
            Yeah, most of the time I get speeds faster than DSL would be. The cable network is nowhere near being saturated here.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by patorean
              ....DSL is 25% faster than Cable.

              Rob
              I think this depends on a number of factors and is not necessarily true. If you are really close to a trunking station you would probably get good performance but I don't know too many people on DSL that can upload at 80-100K/s and download at 200-600K/sec like I can on my uncrowded cable node.

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              • #8
                It is one of 2 things. Sound quality, or RAM. I am upgrading from 512 to 1GB soon, so I will tell you if that is it. I have already upgaded my vid card, to no effect. I have reduced my sound settings, to no effect. If I still have this problem after installing more RAM, I will uninstall the game.

                I lag basically whenever it is most inconvenient to lag. It is most frustrating, and I would rather not play if that is the case. :(

                3) Support game play in a near-simulation environment. Where the focus of play would not be solely on doing what it takes to win, but doing so utilizing real-world combat strategy and tactics rather than leveraging exploits provided to players by the design of the game engine.

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                • #9
                  I don't think your results are unusual, I have the same problems online anyway (lagging slide-show at the worst possible times). Makes for a really frustrating experience unfortunately. I'm done with upgrading my PC every year just to play a game or two, its complete BS.

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                  • #10
                    Your DSL provider and Cable provider might each use a different Internet backbone, thereby changing the path of your traffic between your house and anywhere you visit.

                    Where I am, Cable is really really fast and DSL pretty much blows by comparison. But everyone's broadband is different it seems.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Wolfie
                      Originally posted by CingularDuality

                      Originally posted by patorean
                      DSL is 25% faster than Cable.
                      This depends on so many variables, that I would have to just say that this statement is false.
                      Yeah, most of the time I get speeds faster than DSL would be. The cable network is nowhere near being saturated here.

                      In my service area, DSL uses ping around 54-75....cable pings around 75-150
                      False? no. Math wrong..yes.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by patorean
                        In my service area, DSL uses ping around 54-75....cable pings around 75-150
                        False? no. Math wrong..yes.
                        How close is the DSL user to the telecom? How many cable users are on a node? What types of modems are being used? Are different backbones being accessed? What kind of internal network is the ISP using? Proxy servers? How big is the internal network? You can't just say "DSL is faster than cable". You got a bit closer when you added "in my service area", but you'd have to also add " from talking to people I know" in order to convince me...
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                        • #13
                          Yep, memory is king! I just upgraded to 1 GB, and nearly all of my video lag is gone. It's still there when I load, but after that, it's not noticable.

                          Plus, you will load the maps 3x faster! Be there when the game actually starts for a change! :)

                          It is sad but true, 512MB is just not enough. :(

                          3) Support game play in a near-simulation environment. Where the focus of play would not be solely on doing what it takes to win, but doing so utilizing real-world combat strategy and tactics rather than leveraging exploits provided to players by the design of the game engine.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by CingularDuality
                            Originally posted by patorean
                            In my service area, DSL uses ping around 54-75....cable pings around 75-150
                            False? no. Math wrong..yes.
                            How close is the DSL user to the telecom? How many cable users are on a node? What types of modems are being used? Are different backbones being accessed? What kind of internal network is the ISP using? Proxy servers? How big is the internal network? You can't just say "DSL is faster than cable". You got a bit closer when you added "in my service area", but you'd have to also add " from talking to people I know" in order to convince me...
                            Do you just disagree with everyone just to disagree?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by patorean
                              Originally posted by CingularDuality
                              Originally posted by patorean
                              In my service area, DSL uses ping around 54-75....cable pings around 75-150
                              False? no. Math wrong..yes.
                              How close is the DSL user to the telecom? How many cable users are on a node? What types of modems are being used? Are different backbones being accessed? What kind of internal network is the ISP using? Proxy servers? How big is the internal network? You can't just say "DSL is faster than cable". You got a bit closer when you added "in my service area", but you'd have to also add " from talking to people I know" in order to convince me...
                              Do you just disagree with everyone just to disagree?


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