looks very nice, i like the sand as the infield, sort of makes it seem desert like. I think it looks right for Dubai i don't think grass would make it look better. Would be cool if we could do night racing here
With AA on 8x get around 140-160 fps ( everything else on highest setting) and roughly on 16x i get 70-80 fps, the thing with triple screens is your running everything at a high resolution anyway so sometimes in games you dont have to have all options on high to get top notch graphics that actually make a visual difference that you can see, i havent tested this with krp as i havent needed to turn anything down.
I am also like Lauzzzn running 1 card for 3 screens (R9 270x oc) - sometimes you will get better performance out of one good card than two cards plus not all games support SLI or Crossfire. What card are you getting sam?
KRP hasnt failed, it does exactly what it was meant to do which is simulate kart's. Read the overview from the KRP website:
"Kart Racing Pro is a realistic karting simulator. The aim is to create a software useful as a training tool for real drivers, based on a scratch built physics engine that accurately simulates kart dynamics and setup options. As such a steering wheel is strongly recommended, although keyboard, joysticks and gamepads are fully supported."
Its not meant to be a massive multiplayer game but to realistically simulate karts while giving YOU the option to play online with other drivers. So im not quite sure why you are saying krp has failed?
Looking forward to the release of kartsim and seeing how it compares to KRP, both sims i think will have different qualities that we like and dislike. I will still play both no matter what because of the different features each of them will bring to the market. I think though some people may have lost interest because of the lack of communication which is a shame really as it looks promising like the features PiBoSo has proposed that are going to be included in the final release of KRP, we cannot say its bad at the moment as we have not tried it only then we can have opinion on how it handles.
- AMD 6100 Black Edition Processor ( over clocked to 4.3 GHz ) - Gigabyte Windforce 270x OC graphics card and has been manually overclocked to its limits - Xcase Gaming case - NZXT LED touchscreen fan controller - 600w power supply - 6x 120mm and 1x 200mm fans - Logitech G27 wheel and Logitech g430 headset 7.1 surround sound - 3x 22" monitors
Runs KRP (150 FPS +), Rfactor (150 FPS +) and iRacing (118 FPS + max graphics) My setup runs these sims really well and was surprised at how good the 270x is after overclocking but maybe i'd like to upgrade to a 290 if the opportunity arises as then the components wouldnt be strained as much.
you currently cant save replays as any other format, the only format you can use is the one only the game can read. Your best bet if you want to watch your replay files in another format is to record them with screen capture software.