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    Cloudy Day

    Just out of curiosity did anyone else take a kick in the nuts to there FPS on the DS with it being cloudy.

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    I'm right there with you StageFright. Working on upgrading my video card, hopefully ordering one today.

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    Careful, make sure you know where your bottleneck is. Might be your CPU more then your video card.

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    Clouds do have an effect on FPS for everyone, which is why missions tend to be clear blue skies most of the time. But to be honest that gets boring fast so once in as while some cloud is nice.

    Of course of some find it unplayable we'll have to stick with clear blue skies.

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    Flew the map yesterday and although I never have my fps displayed, I didn't notice anything.

    Providing CAS when you're all out of HUA!

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