Gameplay graphics problems-Turf and players

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC' started by bronc911, 6 February 2010.

  1. bronc911

    bronc911 Conference

    8 November 2008
    Australia
    Manchester United
    I've been playing PES 2010 a lot lately and noticing that the turf flashes and that players have lines connected to their arms and other parts of the body (when running) when playing in exhibition mode. I play with LOW settings and haven't changed any settings in the config.exe. I know its probably cause I have settings on LOW but with MEDIUM setting gameplay becomes slow and HIGH is unavailable due to not reaching sys requirements. Is there a way to fix this please?
     
  2. skurt

    skurt Conference

    17 December 2007
    I have quite of same problem, just got it recently.
    I use to play on high, but suddenly my game lags really much, even in the menus.
     
  3. biker_jim_uk

    biker_jim_uk International

    24 November 2003
    Man City
    Sounds like your Gfx card is packing in, try cleaning the fan and making sure it is working
     
  4. bronc911

    bronc911 Conference

    8 November 2008
    Australia
    Manchester United
    i just recently got a new graphics card since my old one died.
     
  5. biker_jim_uk

    biker_jim_uk International

    24 November 2003
    Man City
    GFx cards cause artifacts when they start to fail, possibly you have a faulty new one, or a PSU that can't power it. Though all this is guess work as you haven't once mentioned any of your PC's specs.
     
  6. ono5985

    ono5985 Championship

    22 October 2009
    I think the lines on the turf is a Konami problem in some stadiums. It's most noticeable in Camp Nou for me. (really faint lines that are noticeable when the camera is moving).

    I have a HD4890 with a Corsair 650watt PSU which is all brand new so i doubt the specs are the problem.

    I've also noticed that these problems also apply to the ps3 version of the game, so this is why i believe it's a Konami problem.
     

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