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PES6 PC w/o any problems?

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC' started by lazoli, 26 October 2006.

  1. lazoli

    lazoli Premiership

    16 February 2005
    Please post here if your PES6 PC version is working fine without any problems(stuttering or slowdowns)...Include you video cards too please...

  2. nt89


    14 February 2005
    L'Aquila (Italy)
    FC Juventus
    it works great, ATI Radeon x200 256 mb
  3. lonige

    lonige League 2

    23 October 2006
    great. ge-force 6600 128MB 128bit. no stuttering no slowdowns no problem.
  4. seppovich

    seppovich Peslover

    18 November 2003
    D - NRW
    ihave two sys. one with a x800xt and the other xfx7800gt.
    on both it runs smoothe except there ist a "freeze" every (don´t know) 10sec. on both systems.
    its not a breaking in framerate. vsync=off no aa/af.
    any1 else does this problem have?
  5. damianpadden

    damianpadden Banned

    7 October 2003
    thier is no doubt that the pc version has a big issue with stuttering. I am sure we will see a patch come out very soon, otherwise I am going to fly to Japan and unleash a can of woopass on the person who decided not to release a demo before the real game came out to check for bugs.


    ps i am reallllllyyyy pissed off.
  6. Helllsurfer

    Helllsurfer Non-League

    3 January 2003
    i had stuttering first, but then i turned off my second display and it worked fine!
  7. damianpadden

    damianpadden Banned

    7 October 2003
    second display?? what do you mean. do you have a ATI card??
  8. damianpadden

    damianpadden Banned

    7 October 2003
    just installed the game on my laptop at work and it has a crap graphics card and less ran and less cpu and would you believe it, it actually runs better than my pc at home. I has to be a ATI graphics card issue.
  9. 103SpooKy

    103SpooKy Die hard Arjen Robben fan

    27 July 2006
    The Netherlands
    i use a Geforce fx5500 and it runs smooth on pes6, even smoother than pes5,:o

    only really really sometime i get black screen and still hear commetaries
    but then i can just close it normal with alt tab and the X..
    so its not a Computer mistake.
  10. Realta

    Realta Non-League

    25 October 2006
    Everthing works good, no stuttering no slowdowns. Only a little prob with V-sync. a got a 7900GTO 256mb, normaly its works application controlled. But ints not working good on PES6:( On other games (FEAR) you can put in om in the game, but cant find anything in PES6 to put it on. Can someone help please;)
  11. seppovich

    seppovich Peslover

    18 November 2003
    D - NRW
    guess you have to force it alway to be on i didn´t find any option in the game.
    are you using a crt or tft?
  12. linkin_park

    linkin_park **\ PersianStad-Maker /**

    24 December 2005
    Tehran, Iran
    Juventus - Esteghlal fc
    so i should have many problems with 256 mb 5500 geforce fx ...
  13. Realta

    Realta Non-League

    25 October 2006
    i got a tft
  14. Festy

    Festy Non-League

    31 July 2006
    Works great on all the settings.
    Intel (845GV) Extreme gfx. 64 MB.
    512 MB RAM.

    Smooth as an unshielded egg. :D
  15. seppovich

    seppovich Peslover

    18 November 2003
    D - NRW
    Last edited: 26 October 2006
  16. shouf

    shouf Guest

    My, not supported, Geforce MX 420 is doing absolutely great on PES 6.
  17. Lazar

    Lazar Conference

    6 August 2003
    PES6 works perfectly here (so did PES5)... amd opteron 170 (dual-core) and nvidia 7900gt. Have an LCD (19'' - 1280x1024), refresh rate is 60hz and vsync is on.
    Last edited: 27 October 2006
  18. danbellis

    danbellis Haway the lads!

    26 November 2005
    Sunderland AFC
    Working great here, never had a prob with the PES series:

    nVidia Geforce 7800GT
  19. Realta

    Realta Non-League

    25 October 2006
    You dont have any prob with v-sync?
  20. tera

    tera Back!

    21 April 2006
    Mines Fine!... Brilliant (Touch Wood)
  21. WhiskeyAlpha

    WhiskeyAlpha Non-League

    4 October 2006
    Download the latest drivers from Nvidia - 91.47 (if I remember correctly). Somewhere in the 3D settings is an option to 'manage 3d settings'. In here you can create a 'global' profile that overides any settings made in game, or instead/aswell you can create individual game profiles for any of your games (inlcuding of course, Pro Evo 6).

    When you setup a custom profile for Pro Evo 6, you can select V-snyc and change it to 'force on'. This means that Pro Evo 6 will be forced to sync with your monitor's refresh rate.

    I also use the following NVIDIA driver options to improve the graphics as much as possible:

    Anisotropic Filtering - '16x'
    Anti-Aliasing - '4x'
    Gamma correct Anti-Aliasing - 'on'
    Image Settings - 'Best Quality'
    Negative LOD bias - 'Clamp'
    Transparency Anti-Aliasing - 'Supersampling'
    Triple Buffering - 'On'
    Vsync - 'Force On'

    My heavily overclocked 7900GT runs this game at a constant 60fps with the ingame settings on 'high' at 1680x1050. Not a blip, not a stutter, not a murmur.

    That's not some sort of idle boast, it just means that I suspect that from what I'm hearing this is an ATI related issue. One of two things will happen -

    1. Konami will pool some resources into rushing out a patch to fix it - unlikely
    2. AMD/ATI may find a way to solve the problem with a driver update - more likely but considering that Pro Evo 6 isn't a 'AAA' pc title, this might also be wishful thinking.

    I really hope Konami pulls their finger out of their arse though and sorts it out.
  22. WhiskeyAlpha

    WhiskeyAlpha Non-League

    4 October 2006
    Sry double post.
  23. Realta

    Realta Non-League

    25 October 2006
    Thanks :applause:
  24. mariahxxx

    mariahxxx Non-League

    23 October 2006
    the problem is with the ATI video cards, it's very slow always, but i couldn't understand why!!
  25. kostas

    kostas League 2

    11 April 2006
    I can't play!

    My PC Specs are:
    AMD Athlon 64 Proccesor 2800+
    1.81 Ghz, 512MB of RAM
    ATI Radeon x300 Graphics card

    When i try to start the game i get a Windows error reporting window come up. any solution?
  26. rangerman

    rangerman Conference

    7 April 2003
    No problem here
    Athlon 64 3700
    2gig ram
    nvidia 7800gt
  27. yukycg

    yukycg Non-League

    25 October 2006
    99% running smoothly, a little lag after I changed the camera angle to wide

    amd opteron 144 @2.7Ghz
    1gb of ram
    nvidia 7800gt
  28. Lazar

    Lazar Conference

    6 August 2003
    No... have a LCD (19'' - 1280x1024), refresh rate is 60hz and v-sync is on. My computer is fast enough to run at 60fps, so no problems.

    I guess the problem is when your computer isn't fast enough to run at 60fps!
    When vsync is on: it will then only run at half the fps, so 30, if it still can't then the half again...
    It might be better to turn vsync off so that your computer doesn't run the game at half the fps but probably (unless it's really slow) at a number closer to 60.

    Btw, I just tried running it with vsync off, and it still runs smoothly here (but again, my computer can run it at more than 60fps)... it wasn't like that with PES5, I had to force vsync for it to be perfectly smooth.
    Last edited: 27 October 2006
  29. seppovich

    seppovich Peslover

    18 November 2003
    D - NRW
    the f*cking problem is when you play it on a crt where you CANNOT use 60hz refresh... because the max fps for pes6 are 60! if you could change this to (at least) 72fps there would be no small problems with crt.
  30. duffer

    duffer Non-League

    31 January 2006
    Will it work with a Nvidia Geforce FX 5200 card?

    my specs are
    1.5gb ram

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