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Just few technical questions.

Discussion in 'Archive' started by jrdnnnn, Feb 27, 2016.

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  1. jrdnnnn

    jrdnnnn User

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    Hello dev's.

    Is there any way to allocate more VRAM for Lineage 2 Classic EU ? If yes, could you tell me (us) how ?

    And the second question is, if there's any plans to optimize the 144hz refresh rate for the game ? When i'm playing with 144hz on the game, i got screen tearing, i actually possess an Asus VG248QE.

    Thx for the answers :)
     
  2. casillias

    casillias Technical specialist Innova Group

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    Devs are NCSoft and Innova is localizator and can change almost nothing.
    And things you ask.... even devs would not do it, cause it is pre-dinosaur engine
     
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    The "pre-dinosaur" engine support the VRAM customisation. It could be modified, but as we have Frost (which is good for Bot/Cheat), users can't modify it. But Innova should be able to (technically, dunno about contract with NCKR)
     
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    try the "full windowed" mode or something like that pour 144hz
     
  6. jrdnnnn

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    Even avec the full windowed mode, i got tearing.

    (And sorry, i seen that little french word over all that english sentence :p)
     
  7. casillias

    casillias Technical specialist Innova Group

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    Out of date topic.
    Archived
     
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