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Nba street 2 settings
#1
Hello guys this is my first post. I hope not to violate the regulation, but I'm Italian and I struggle to read your discussions. I ask for your help to try to understand why NBA Street 2 starts very slowly, or crashes.

My CPU requirements:
Intel Pentium G4400 3.30 GHz (SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2)
RAM 8 GB
NVIDIA GEFORCE 8400GS 512MB
WIN OS 8.1 64Bit

I tried various settings found on tutorials on the net but the game was even slower.
Can someone help me??.   Smile
Thanks so much
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#2
Well, that ancient GPU is really holding you back
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#3
(03-29-2017, 05:22 AM)ludidoc Wrote: NVIDIA GEFORCE 8400GS 512MB

This is why your game runs very slowly. You need a better GPU. Til then stick to native resolution and that's the best you can do.
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#4
agree with the above comments...also doesnt help that NBA street 2 is not that easy to run to begin with.  also, iirc, you cannot use the MTVU hack with this game, it will crash every time
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#5
so the problem is the video card too old? It could be enough a 1GB card or maybe better 2 / 4GB?
P.S. What's the MTVU?
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(03-31-2017, 10:26 AM)ludidoc Wrote: so the problem is the video card too old? It could be enough a 1GB card or maybe better 2 / 4GB?
P.S. What's the MTVU?

it's not a matter of Gb.
more a matter of architecture.
get one with a more recent architecture, something that won't cost a lot, like a GTX 750.
that should be fine
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