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I only have 3 of set launch options: -noforcemspd -noforcemaccel -noforcemparms, are there anymore? What about & what means?: -heapsize -freq -dxlevel -nojoy -32bpp/-16bpp...

I use 19" LCD Samsung Wide...i think -freq means refresh rate...so i should put -freq 75...what about others?

tnx ;)

 

so, know some1?

 

use these, they raise fps, -dev -nojoy -noipx

well -freq 75 for me because i have 75Hz refresh rate. i have monitor just like yours. :]
and maybe use -dxlevel 7 because 1.6 uses that direct x so its good if u force it. and -32bpp is 32 bit and u always want that. only put it in launch options if ur cs is stuck at 16 bit :]

there u go. have fun

 

-32bpp/-16bpp are color bits. -heapsize 256/512/1024/2048 means how much of RAM can computer take for running CS.

-dxlevel 90/81/80/70/60 ... means using direct x 9, 8.1, 8, 7, 6

-nojoy - Remove joystick support, you will have more of free RAM ;)

 

tnx ;)

 

Mouse

-noforcemaccel > reverts to desktop mouse acceleration settings (more)
-noforcemparms > reverts to desktop mouse button settings (more)
-noforcemspd > uses desktop mouse speed settings (more)

Monitor

-w 640 -h 480 > forces the resolution to 640x480
-w 800 -h 600 > forces the resolution to 800x600
-w 1024 -h 768 > forces the resolution to 1024x768
-full > forces fullscreen mode
-windowed > forces window mode
-freq x > forces the monitor to use x hertz

Video

-gl > run in OpenGL
-d3d > run in Direct3d
-soft > run in software mode

DirectX

-dxlevel 90 > DirectX 9
-dxlevel 81 > DirectX 8.1
-dxlevel 80 > DirectX 8
-dxlevel 70 > DirectX 7
-dxlevel 60 > DirectX 6

Other

-16bpp > forces the colors to 16bit
-32bpp > forces the colors to 32bit
-heapsize x > specify the number (x) of memory to use
-zone x > allocates x amount of KiloBytes of memory for use with the console system
-noip > disables the use of UDP, which is part of the TCP/IP protocol
-noipx > disables the use of the IPX/SPX protocol
-nojoy > disables joystick support (shaves a little bit off the memory footprint)
-wavonly > disables the use of direct sound (only use if you are having sound problems)
-noaafonts > disables Anti-Aliasing of screen fonts
-autoconfig > restores video and performance settings to default
-condebug > logs all console output into the console.log text file

 

thanks alot

 

ChieF_
ChieF_

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raiden321 tnx man

 

plz search in the forum before posts like this spammers ... http://nooniz.wippiespace.com/CS/Launch%20Options.txt !!! take a look at that

 

where i put launchoptions :S my 36bits are blocked i dont know why :( pls ask

 

Minimilk11 wrote:
where i put launchoptions :S my 36bits are blocked i dont know why :( pls ask

right click on cs in steam, properties, set launche options..

 

raiden wrote:
Mouse

-noforcemaccel > reverts to desktop mouse acceleration settings (more)
-noforcemparms > reverts to desktop mouse button settings (more)
-noforcemspd > uses desktop mouse speed settings (more)

Monitor

-w 640 -h 480 > forces the resolution to 640x480
-w 800 -h 600 > forces the resolution to 800x600
-w 1024 -h 768 > forces the resolution to 1024x768
-full > forces fullscreen mode
-windowed > forces window mode
-freq x > forces the monitor to use x hertz

Video

-gl > run in OpenGL
-d3d > run in Direct3d
-soft > run in software mode

DirectX

-dxlevel 90 > DirectX 9
-dxlevel 81 > DirectX 8.1
-dxlevel 80 > DirectX 8
-dxlevel 70 > DirectX 7
-dxlevel 60 > DirectX 6

Other

-16bpp > forces the colors to 16bit
-32bpp > forces the colors to 32bit
-heapsize x > specify the number (x) of memory to use
-zone x > allocates x amount of KiloBytes of memory for use with the console system
-noip > disables the use of UDP, which is part of the TCP/IP protocol
-noipx > disables the use of the IPX/SPX protocol
-nojoy > disables joystick support (shaves a little bit off the memory footprint)
-wavonly > disables the use of direct sound (only use if you are having sound problems)
-noaafonts > disables Anti-Aliasing of screen fonts
-autoconfig > restores video and performance settings to default
-condebug > logs all console output into the console.log text file

 

knutz-
knutz-

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For 4 gb system what should heapsize be?

 

raiden wrote:
Mouse

-noforcemaccel > reverts to desktop mouse acceleration settings (more)
-noforcemparms > reverts to desktop mouse button settings (more)
-noforcemspd > uses desktop mouse speed settings (more)

Monitor

-w 640 -h 480 > forces the resolution to 640x480
-w 800 -h 600 > forces the resolution to 800x600
-w 1024 -h 768 > forces the resolution to 1024x768
-full > forces fullscreen mode
-windowed > forces window mode
-freq x > forces the monitor to use x hertz

Video

-gl > run in OpenGL
-d3d > run in Direct3d
-soft > run in software mode

DirectX

-dxlevel 90 > DirectX 9
-dxlevel 81 > DirectX 8.1
-dxlevel 80 > DirectX 8
-dxlevel 70 > DirectX 7
-dxlevel 60 > DirectX 6

Other

-16bpp > forces the colors to 16bit
-32bpp > forces the colors to 32bit
-heapsize x > specify the number (x) of memory to use
-zone x > allocates x amount of KiloBytes of memory for use with the console system
-noip > disables the use of UDP, which is part of the TCP/IP protocol
-noipx > disables the use of the IPX/SPX protocol
-nojoy > disables joystick support (shaves a little bit off the memory footprint)
-wavonly > disables the use of direct sound (only use if you are having sound problems)
-noaafonts > disables Anti-Aliasing of screen fonts
-autoconfig > restores video and performance settings to default
-condebug > logs all console output into the console.log text file
thanks

 

knutz- wrote:
For 4 gb system what should heapsize be?


up up any 1 knows?

 

-noforcemspd -noforcemaccel -freq 120

 

xenon-_- wrote:
-heapsize 256/512/1024/2048 means how much of RAM can computer take for running CS.
)

How much do you recommend for a old laptop with 4 gb of RAM?

 

kenzodD
kenzodD

online
SLyTT wrote:
xenon-_- wrote:
-heapsize 256/512/1024/2048 means how much of RAM can computer take for running CS.
)

How much do you recommend for a old laptop with 4 gb of RAM?


4028

 

raiden wrote:
Mouse

-noforcemaccel > reverts to desktop mouse acceleration settings (more)
-noforcemparms > reverts to desktop mouse button settings (more)
-noforcemspd > uses desktop mouse speed settings (more)

Monitor

-w 640 -h 480 > forces the resolution to 640x480
-w 800 -h 600 > forces the resolution to 800x600
-w 1024 -h 768 > forces the resolution to 1024x768
-full > forces fullscreen mode
-windowed > forces window mode
-freq x > forces the monitor to use x hertz

Video

-gl > run in OpenGL
-d3d > run in Direct3d
-soft > run in software mode

DirectX

-dxlevel 90 > DirectX 9
-dxlevel 81 > DirectX 8.1
-dxlevel 80 > DirectX 8
-dxlevel 70 > DirectX 7
-dxlevel 60 > DirectX 6

Other

-16bpp > forces the colors to 16bit
-32bpp > forces the colors to 32bit
-heapsize x > specify the number (x) of memory to use
-zone x > allocates x amount of KiloBytes of memory for use with the console system
-noip > disables the use of UDP, which is part of the TCP/IP protocol
-noipx > disables the use of the IPX/SPX protocol
-nojoy > disables joystick support (shaves a little bit off the memory footprint)
-wavonly > disables the use of direct sound (only use if you are having sound problems)
-noaafonts > disables Anti-Aliasing of screen fonts
-autoconfig > restores video and performance settings to default
-condebug > logs all console output into the console.log text file


But i got DirectX 11 What to do DirectX 9??

 

ChronE wrote:
raiden wrote:
Mouse

-noforcemaccel > reverts to desktop mouse acceleration settings (more)
-noforcemparms > reverts to desktop mouse button settings (more)
-noforcemspd > uses desktop mouse speed settings (more)

Monitor

-w 640 -h 480 > forces the resolution to 640x480
-w 800 -h 600 > forces the resolution to 800x600
-w 1024 -h 768 > forces the resolution to 1024x768
-full > forces fullscreen mode
-windowed > forces window mode
-freq x > forces the monitor to use x hertz

Video

-gl > run in OpenGL
-d3d > run in Direct3d
-soft > run in software mode

DirectX

-dxlevel 90 > DirectX 9
-dxlevel 81 > DirectX 8.1
-dxlevel 80 > DirectX 8
-dxlevel 70 > DirectX 7
-dxlevel 60 > DirectX 6

Other

-16bpp > forces the colors to 16bit
-32bpp > forces the colors to 32bit
-heapsize x > specify the number (x) of memory to use
-zone x > allocates x amount of KiloBytes of memory for use with the console system
-noip > disables the use of UDP, which is part of the TCP/IP protocol
-noipx > disables the use of the IPX/SPX protocol
-nojoy > disables joystick support (shaves a little bit off the memory footprint)
-wavonly > disables the use of direct sound (only use if you are having sound problems)
-noaafonts > disables Anti-Aliasing of screen fonts
-autoconfig > restores video and performance settings to default
-condebug > logs all console output into the console.log text file


But i got DirectX 11 What to do DirectX 9??


why when i write in launch options -freq 120 my cs window gets smaller.

 

rraaggee wrote:
ChronE wrote:
raiden wrote:
Mouse

-noforcemaccel > reverts to desktop mouse acceleration settings (more)
-noforcemparms > reverts to desktop mouse button settings (more)
-noforcemspd > uses desktop mouse speed settings (more)

Monitor

-w 640 -h 480 > forces the resolution to 640x480
-w 800 -h 600 > forces the resolution to 800x600
-w 1024 -h 768 > forces the resolution to 1024x768
-full > forces fullscreen mode
-windowed > forces window mode
-freq x > forces the monitor to use x hertz

Video

-gl > run in OpenGL
-d3d > run in Direct3d
-soft > run in software mode

DirectX

-dxlevel 90 > DirectX 9
-dxlevel 81 > DirectX 8.1
-dxlevel 80 > DirectX 8
-dxlevel 70 > DirectX 7
-dxlevel 60 > DirectX 6

Other

-16bpp > forces the colors to 16bit
-32bpp > forces the colors to 32bit
-heapsize x > specify the number (x) of memory to use
-zone x > allocates x amount of KiloBytes of memory for use with the console system
-noip > disables the use of UDP, which is part of the TCP/IP protocol
-noipx > disables the use of the IPX/SPX protocol
-nojoy > disables joystick support (shaves a little bit off the memory footprint)
-wavonly > disables the use of direct sound (only use if you are having sound problems)
-noaafonts > disables Anti-Aliasing of screen fonts
-autoconfig > restores video and performance settings to default
-condebug > logs all console output into the console.log text file


But i got DirectX 11 What to do DirectX 9??


why when i write in launch options -freq 120 my cs window gets smaller.


because your monitor doesnt work on 120Hz,put 100HZ if you have CRT I think it will work in fullwindowed!

 


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raiden wrote:
Mouse

-noforcemaccel > reverts to desktop mouse acceleration settings (more)
-noforcemparms > reverts to desktop mouse button settings (more)
-noforcemspd > uses desktop mouse speed settings (more)

Monitor

-w 640 -h 480 > forces the resolution to 640x480
-w 800 -h 600 > forces the resolution to 800x600
-w 1024 -h 768 > forces the resolution to 1024x768
-full > forces fullscreen mode
-windowed > forces window mode
-freq x > forces the monitor to use x hertz

Video

-gl > run in OpenGL
-d3d > run in Direct3d
-soft > run in software mode

DirectX

-dxlevel 90 > DirectX 9
-dxlevel 81 > DirectX 8.1
-dxlevel 80 > DirectX 8
-dxlevel 70 > DirectX 7
-dxlevel 60 > DirectX 6

Other

-16bpp > forces the colors to 16bit
-32bpp > forces the colors to 32bit
-heapsize x > specify the number (x) of memory to use
-zone x > allocates x amount of KiloBytes of memory for use with the console system
-noip > disables the use of UDP, which is part of the TCP/IP protocol
-noipx > disables the use of the IPX/SPX protocol
-nojoy > disables joystick support (shaves a little bit off the memory footprint)
-wavonly > disables the use of direct sound (only use if you are having sound problems)
-noaafonts > disables Anti-Aliasing of screen fonts
-autoconfig > restores video and performance settings to default
-condebug > logs all console output into the console.log text file

Thanks a lot! :D

 


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