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    Default Austin Yoder's Horseshoe Curve

    A few shots from Austin's upcoming route
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    This looks like an interesting route. What kind of FPS are you getting?

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    I'll share mine, which can be found here...

    http://guilford309.proboards.com/ind...lay&thread=578

    I get about an average of 17fps
    Very well detailed areas I get about 5fps.

    Computer Specs:
    Windows Vista 64bit
    1.5GB Memory Ram
    Onboard ATI Radeon 4870 Graphics Card.

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    Nice shots guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by jmslakings View Post
    This looks like an interesting route. What kind of FPS are you getting?
    I got as high as 42, and as low as 6. Usually was around 15-20FPS for me.

    Specs:
    Windows XP Professional.
    1.60GHz, 896MB of RAM.
    ATI Radeon X1250.

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    Default Austin Yoder's Horseshoe Curve

    Lowest Ive gotten in High detail areas so far is 11fps. Usually 20-30 fps

    Computer Specs:


    Windows 7 64 bit
    Intel Duo core 6600
    6 gb ram
    NVIDIA GTS 8800

    harlank

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    I can see the specs matter...lol. I get anywhere from 13fps to 50fps on my system which consists of:

    OS: Windows 7 Ultimate (64bit)
    Processor: Intel i7 940 Quad-Core @ 2.93 GHz
    Ram: 6GB
    Video Card: ATI Radeon 5870

    Glad to see some more shots of it! There is still alot of work to be done yet. Custom objects, adjustments, minor fixes, some scenery to add, and the interactive objects.
    Blue Ridge Rails
    Current Project: Horseshoe Curve "Altoona to Johnstown"
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Blue-R...13143028719693

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    NS Train 592 struggles east:










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    Boy oh boy am I sensing Conrail activities out the wazoo! I hope you all know how to handle helper consists! This route looks amazing! I can't wait for it.
    Thom
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    Norfolk Southern: It looks like Darth Vader on rails to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdg7600 View Post
    Nice shots guys!



    I got as high as 42, and as low as 6. Usually was around 15-20FPS for me.

    Specs:
    Windows XP Professional.
    1.60GHz, 896MB of RAM.
    ATI Radeon X1250.
    This route looks like it'll be another winner. Based on your specs I should do OK when it comes out.

    Windows XP Home with Service Pack 3
    Intel Celeron CPU 440 @2.0Ghz
    2GB RAM
    (I just installed 1 GB and it seems to make all the difference on FPS on my MLT and SLI routes)
    Intel(R) 82945G Express Chipset Family - this is my graphics accelerator and has up to 128 MB available.

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    Austin, do you have a minute to look at something? I'll email it to you...

    Robert

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