NFS Pro Street lag problem

By g4mer ยท 7 replies
Apr 3, 2010
  1. Hi, i recently installed NFS Pro Street and i get horible game lag. Im curently playing on 1024x768, 2xAA,max. My fps is about 20-30, wich is not even playible. When i set 640x480 resolution, noAA, everything off, i still got 20-30fps. One of my friends play this game without problems and he has slower pc than me. I think he has AMD Sempron 3000+ , 512MB RAM, GF 7600GT. I have AMD Athlon64 3000+, 1.5GB RAM, 9500GT. can anyone help me with this problem?
  2. BEPOS

    BEPOS TS Member

    :suspiciouumm the fps is not related to the resolution... and not related to your pc either!

    i have AMD Sempron 2800+ lower than your friend and i can play too !

    It is from the game or from the Internet maybie:darth::wave:
  3. LukeyJB

    LukeyJB TS Rookie Posts: 27

    What Operating System are you running? Vista/7 might have troubles.
  4. g4mer

    g4mer TS Maniac Topic Starter Posts: 310

    I have XP right now.
  5. LukeyJB

    LukeyJB TS Rookie Posts: 27

    You could try updating your graphics and video cards, but investing in a new laptop would help you.
  6. T77

    T77 TS Enthusiast Posts: 300   +6

    even i have a 9500gt and i played that game on 1024*768,max settings.
    i don't remember about AA but i think i had it on. i used to get around 40 fps which is decent.
    try upgrading your driver for the graphic card and install all patches available for the game.
    you could also try disabling AA.
  7. g4mer

    g4mer TS Maniac Topic Starter Posts: 310

    This pc is not a laptop. I have the latest drivers for my CPU, BIOS, GPU and motherboard. I haven't tried to install patch for pro street. I should try that and let you know if that fixed my problem.
  8. nismo91

    nismo91 TS Evangelist Posts: 930   +32

    have you tried patching the NFS PS to latest version and patch your nvidia driver as well?

    it runs all maxed with a laptop 8600M GT 256MB DDR2 and semi high with ati mobility 9700 64MB DDR. there is no reason 9500GT even DDR2 cannot max that game.
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