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What is best Settings for graphics


I Have never Changed my graphics on my Computer Only Several times but the problems why i am changing it because when i want to play Bodwenham,Berlin or any large map with lots of Scenery the bus jumps so what is the best settings that i can change on my Computer

It Really hard to explain why i want to change Graphics

Here is my Graphic Settings

Primary Adapter

Graphics Card Manufacturer Powered by ATI

Graphics Chipset ATI Radeon 2100

Device ID 796E

Vendor 1002

Subsystem ID 9001

Subsystem Vendor ID 1631

Graphics Bus Capability PCI

Maximum Bus Setting PCI

BIOS Version

BIOS Part Number BK-ATI VER010.

BIOS Date 2008/01/21

Memory Size 1407 MB

Memory Type HyperMemory

Core Clock in MHz 400 MHz

Memory Clock in MHz Not Available

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Guest lynx1121

I have my settings down to minimum and i cant play Bowdenham or Willshire, never mind the default maps

its trial and error with your settings really

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What kind of CPU do you have?

Omsi is very CPU heavy, those big maps have a lot of buslines running around. Set your Schedule priority on 1 and see if that does the job. If not you can choose to "strip down" the TTdata directory (remove some TTL's)

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