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Arran B
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Posted 02 July 2013 - 02:54 PM

Just playing GTA IV and although I think the game is a masterpiece, the frame rate can feel really sluggish. As we've all heard today, there is a mandatory chunk of data we Xbox users have to save before proceeding to play the actual game. Will the stability of the frame rate improve from the last GTA instalment?

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 02:55 PM

Good question, also what could be improved: the very late loading of certain objects.

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 02:57 PM

QUOTE (r0eladn @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 15:55)
Good question, also what could be improved: the very late loading of certain objects.

Pop in?

Nothing to do with Rockstar. You need to buy a faster HD or get an SSD. It's a hardware issue not software.

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 02:58 PM

QUOTE (d3ex2 @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 14:57)
QUOTE (r0eladn @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 15:55)
Good question, also what could be improved: the very late loading of certain objects.

Pop in?

Nothing to do with Rockstar. You need to buy a faster HD or get an SSD. It's a hardware issue not software.

Uh i have an xbox.

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 02:58 PM

Well you can download IV off of XBOX Live, it would be essentially the same comparison I would think

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 03:05 PM

QUOTE (r0eladn @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 15:58)
QUOTE (d3ex2 @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 14:57)
QUOTE (r0eladn @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 15:55)
Good question, also what could be improved: the very late loading of certain objects.

Pop in?

Nothing to do with Rockstar. You need to buy a faster HD or get an SSD. It's a hardware issue not software.

Uh i have an xbox.

Yeah, you need a faster hard drive or an ssd in your Xbox to reduce pop in.

It happens because the hard drive is too slow and can't load the textures fast enough to keep up with your movement. That's why it's not so noticeable when walking around but if you're driving you notice it more.

I'm thinking of getting a 7200rpm HD. Better than a 5400rpm one and SSD's are still expensive and can't be fully utilised by current gen consoles.

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 03:52 PM

QUOTE (d3ex2 @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 15:05)
QUOTE (r0eladn @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 15:58)
QUOTE (d3ex2 @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 14:57)
QUOTE (r0eladn @ Tuesday, Jul 2 2013, 15:55)
Good question, also what could be improved: the very late loading of certain objects.

Pop in?

Nothing to do with Rockstar. You need to buy a faster HD or get an SSD. It's a hardware issue not software.

Uh i have an xbox.

Yeah, you need a faster hard drive or an ssd in your Xbox to reduce pop in.

It happens because the hard drive is too slow and can't load the textures fast enough to keep up with your movement. That's why it's not so noticeable when walking around but if you're driving you notice it more.

I'm thinking of getting a 7200rpm HD. Better than a 5400rpm one and SSD's are still expensive and can't be fully utilised by current gen consoles.

Cheers for the responses guys, and could you explain further about these things I could get to improve my Xboxs performance? I had no idea such existed, I'm a bit of a dumb f*ck when it comes to computers and the sort.




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