GeForce Go 7400 and PES 2008

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC' started by x_Totti_x, 12 October 2007.

  1. x_Totti_x

    x_Totti_x Non-League

    6 August 2004

    I have a laptop with:
    intel duo core 2 @ 2GHz
    GeForce Go 7400
    1 GB ram

    I was able to run PES 2008 full game

    I get 60 FPS with medium quality setting at 800x600

    I also get 42 FPS with high quality setting at 800x600

    is there a way to get a better FPS with the high quality setting?

    I tried switching to 640x480 and turning Vsync off and they didn't make any difference.
    Last edited: 26 October 2007
  2. wasil

    wasil Conference

    22 July 2005
    Dubai, U.A.E
    how much ram u got??

    i have a 7400 too and can barely run on high :(
  3. v1sore

    v1sore Non-League

    3 May 2007
    i have a geforce go 7400, i can play fine with high details at 1024 but the replays are 2 slow :s....
  4. x_Totti_x

    x_Totti_x Non-League

    6 August 2004
    I have 1GB ram

    how did you do that?

    What are the specs of your laptop?
  5. spoon71

    spoon71 been there done that

    10 November 2003
    i have go 7600 and its mostly 60 fps (on high with 800x600) with often slowdowns at goal area.

    u can try to overclock your card (7600 does good overclocking) with riva tuner. i did that to get better framerate with bioshock and for better performance on higher resolution in pes08.
    its quite safe if you follow some guide for your card.
  6. x_Totti_x

    x_Totti_x Non-League

    6 August 2004
    Thanks man, I will try overclocking my GPU

    but will increasing my ram from 1GB to 2GB make any difference in performance?
  7. x_Totti_x

    x_Totti_x Non-League

    6 August 2004
    I tried overclocking and I got only extra 3 or 4 fps, which made the fps in high setting 46 fps.

    but will increasing my ram from 1GB to 2GB make any difference in performance ??
  8. zetakamiru

    zetakamiru Non-League

    24 October 2006
    I don't know you can get difference by increasing your memory..

    Can you switch to lower resolution with high quality?
  9. Bebeto 94

    Bebeto 94 For the good of the game

    9 November 2002
    Plymouth UK
    Im running a 1800XT 256mb and think it maybe time to upgrade as up against my 4600+AMD X2 Dual processor and 2GB Ram i think its letting the side down !
  10. dooshy

    dooshy Non-League

    25 May 2003
    Although I don't have a laptop, my desktop was running really slowly (almost unplayable) on high detail so I updated my nvidia drivers from and it is sweet now. Some slowdown on replays but other than that, top notch. Hope this helps.
  11. giammo

    giammo Non-League

    1 August 2005
    i've gto intel core duo 1,73 ghz, 1 gb ram, geforce go 7300 and i can play fine at 800*600 medium details with vsync on...

    1024*768 medium and 800*600 high i've got 30-40 fps, but seems unplayable...
  12. fcbarcelona.

    fcbarcelona. Banned

    4 September 2007
    runnng go 7300 with no problems. everything on low :)
    Anyone know if servers are up for PC vers?
  13. burakpadir

    burakpadir Non-League

    30 October 2006 go there and find an updated version of driver which doesn't come with manufacturer website.

    my laptop is sony and the latest VGA driver at sony website is 89.15 so i've downloaded 167.26 from this site.make differences
    Last edited: 26 October 2007
  14. Hectic Glenn

    Hectic Glenn League 2

    14 May 2006
    London, UK
    Tottenham Hotspur
    I'm a bit confused

    My specs are

    Core 2 Duo 2.0ghz CPU
    2gb of DDR2 RAM
    GeForce 7400 Go

    It's a Sony Vaio laptop, few months old. I can play Half-life 2, Bioshock, Team Fortress 2 and C&C3 on medium settings fine. With PES2k8 I'm getting HUGE slow downs at basic resolutions and weird lines down the screen. See screenshot. Any ideas what the problem may be? This problem does change with the resolution fix patches but in matches everyone's faces are screwed up :(


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