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UT/Infiltration with AMD64 3500+ or better(and the equal Intel processors)

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting' started by Blitzschlag, May 7, 2005.

  1. Blitzschlag

    Blitzschlag New Member

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    Hiho!

    All who call a AMD Athlon 64 3500+ or better, also the equal Intels, theirs will have the same problems as Centrino Users :(

    But the commandline extra "CPUSPEED=xxxx" wouldnt help at all here ;(

    Only a Trick helps here. The variable clock frequency is in Windows bound to a Energyshema (System control -> Energyoptions), often the shema "Min. power consumption" is activated. Under an other shema like "Desktop" the CPU uses all of his power. So you can change the shema, start UT and play and after shutting down UT change the shema again; But this is getting anoying with the time. Better: A Batch which automizes these things.

    Batch, whats that? Advanced PC Useres skip this passage, Noobs read ;)
    A Batch is a file which contains some command lines. If activated these commands are executed. how to create and edit a Batch:
    1. Creat a Textfile on the desktop and change it name in *.bat(Ignore the windows warnings)
    2. Rightclick on the bat -> Edit-> insert your commands
    4. Save, close Editor and start the .bat ;)

    In the batch are following lines insert(Examle!!!)

    powercfg /setactive "desktop"
    C:\Games\UT\System\UnrealTournament.exe
    powercfg /setactive "Min. power consumption"

    The Batch changes the shema, starts UT and goes on in the Background. But for the newset processors thats no Problem ;) If u shut down UT now, the Batch is activated again and the last command will be executed. Now the CPU is back in the normal mode and all is good :D

    "Desktop" and "Min. power consumption" are the standard names for the corressponding energieshemas. If windows bitches just look up in the system Contorl for the right names ;)

    Now we know how it works for UT, But for INF we have to add some extras in the command lines, so that the batch looks like that:

    powercfg /setactive "desktop"
    C:\UnrealTournament\System\Infiltration.exe entry.unr INI=Infiltration.ini USERINI=InfiltrationUser.ini LOG=InfiltrationLog.log
    powercfg /setactive "Min. power consumption"

    Surely u have to change the directory names ;)

    cheers :cheers:

    Blitzschlag

    PS: Crowze u should add this to your "Infiltration 2.9 Common Problems" Thread :D

    PPS: Soory if the English isnt that good, i just translated it :)

    PPPS: Im not sure how some things in Windows called in the English version, so if something is false just correct me ;)
     
    Last edited: May 8, 2005
  2. Nukeproof

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    Just curious: what was the problem to start with?
     
  3. Blitzschlag

    Blitzschlag New Member

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    Its the same Problem as with Centrino Processors, the clock frequency changes all the time.. so the game is much faster than normal, people who had been shot are staying as normal for about 2 secs than they fall, your ping is going up to 1000+, people ar slideing etc.

    On Centrino processors it was enough to add CPUSPEED=xxxx, but with newer Processors that doesnt work.
     

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