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Doom 3 with Omega Driver


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#1 jerry16

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Posted 01 September 2005 - 03:14 PM

Howdy :thumbsup:
Recently I bought Doom 3 and I was able to play it at 1024 by 768 at high res. but I wasn't satisfied with it. The gameplay was pretty smooth. but if I wanted more resolution, it would really lag. I decided to download the Omega drivers, and I immediately saw the difference, the graphics were much smoother and faster. But my joy would end soon...
After I changed the res. and ran the program again, teh screen would flicker, making gameplay impossible. I played UT2004 to see if it happened again, but it didn't. So the problem only happens in Doom 3.
Can anyone help me?
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#2 jerry16

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Posted 01 September 2005 - 03:24 PM

Sweet :thumbsup:
I foud out if I turn on the vertical vsync, the flickering stops, and it runs great.
For anyone else who might have the same problem, there ya go :flowers:

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Posted 01 September 2005 - 04:57 PM

We always appreciate members who post a solution to thier own problem. This thoughtfulness may help another member who has the same or similar problem.
Thanks,
John
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