Improving Unreal Development Kit Crossfire Performance

Posted: August 10th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Crossfire Scaling, Hardware, Software, Tips/Tutorials
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UPDATE: Turn off vsync if you enabled it in the .ini files. Use D3DOverrider with triple buffering instead.

Simply rename UDK.exe found in the Bin32 folder to AliceMadnessReturns.exe. Make sure to have the latest CAP, and it still works even with my sparkling spots fix, which uses 11.2 dlls.

The Alice profile is almost as fast as other profiles like Crysis 2, but without flickering of the water or other artifacts.

The following screenshots are of a 4870×2.

Last Modified: May 1st, 2012

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  1. 1 kn00tcn » Fix For Sparkling Spots In Unreal Development Kit said at 7:48 pm on March 31st, 2012:

    […] dll. I would instead just make a copy of and rename the 32bit UDK.exe into AliceMadnessReturns.exe to get crossfire scaling when launching the game. Last Modified: March 31st, 2012 5 Comments […]


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