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    Hey guys. I really need some help with the config file for arma2.

    Here's mine:

    language="English";
    adapter=-1;
    3D_Performance=93750;
    Resolution_Bpp=32;
    Resolution_W=1920;
    Resolution_H=1080;
    refresh=60;
    Render_W=1920;
    Render_H=1080;
    FSAA=0;
    postFX=0;
    HDRPrecision=8;
    lastDeviceId="";
    localVRAM=919994368;
    nonlocalVRAM=1878609920;

    The numbers are in bytes OR bits??? If it's bits, then it's all too low!

    I am running 2x GTX 260 in SLI. Each card has 896MB ram. (localvram I think)
    I have 4GB of system RAM. (non localvram)

    But I read something saying that onlocalvram = gpu+system ram?

    Also, I read the video ram should be HALF of my total? or wtf? As it is right now, it looks like it's the vram from just 1 card (my number is exactly the same as others that have just 1 card).

    I don't know! And doing searches turns up half assed threads allover the place. No details.

    Thanks for the help!

    I have a feeling my numbers are not right.
    Last edited by Romaniac; 12-12-2009, 02:52 PM.

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    Re: arma2.cfg and sli

    Well I use 2x EVGA GTX 275's in SLI with the same gpu ram and 4 gb of system ram too and I seem to play it ok in SLI mode.

    I also dowloaded a SLI enhancement patch from EVGA too.

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    • #3
      Re: arma2.cfg and sli

      My game plays fine.

      I want to know if I am using all I can though!

      How do your numbers look man?? Paste your cfg file please.

      The enhancement patch - wasn't it meant before 1.03? or does it still apply even now?

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      • #4
        Re: arma2.cfg and sli

        Originally posted by Romaniac View Post
        The enhancement patch - wasn't it meant before 1.03? or does it still apply even now?
        EVGA patch was only for a specific old version of Nvidia drivers. Doesn't do anything now, the changes were rolled into the following Nvidia driver release.

        I posted in the other forum, your numbers all look right. High res stresses your hard drive setup, buying an SSD fixed me up and keeps me close to 30fps with top settings and high res.

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