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// Unexplained crashes? Try changing mat_queue_mode to `-1'.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Chris' dx9frames config, designed to get you a large performance boost
// v2.016 | 25 January 2013 | fakkelbrigade.eu/chris/configs/
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Problems or questions? Contact me at #christf2 on QuakeNet.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Launch options:
// IMPORTANT: Remove -dxlevel 95 from the launch options after the first launch!
//
// Fullscreen: -dxlevel 95 -full -w WIDTH -h HEIGHT -console -novid -useforcedmparms -noforcemaccel -noforcemspd
// Windowed: -dxlevel 95 -sw -w WIDTH -h HEIGHT -console -noborder -novid -useforcedmparms -noforcemaccel -noforcemspd
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// FPS cap
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// The primary benefit of an FPS cap is to make the FPS more stable, other than
// that, it doesn't do a lot. A moderate, consistent framerate is much more
// desirable than a variable but sometimes high framerate. A common
// misconception is that if any more frames are generated than your monitor can
// display, they are useless. This is wrong -- frames are used for much more
// than mere display, and affect the way the game feels well past your
// refresh rate.
//
// This FPS cap should *always* be set to a value higher than `cl_cmdrate' in
// any case, or the discrepancy between clientside frame generation and frames
// to be sent to the server will no doubt cause you many a headache, especially
// when it comes down to hit registration. Other than that, I recommend
// for everyone to use the value `132' (2*66), as long as you can generally
// keep that value stable without regular drops.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
cl_showfps 1 // Show unsmoothed FPS meter
//fps_max 132 // Commented due to 2011-09-02 update causing jittering when fps is capped for some
fps_max 0

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Net settings
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Whilst net settings perhaps aren't an integral part of an FPS config, they
// are a fact of life in competitive TF2, and as such, they are included here.
//
// A common question I am asked -- what defines whether a good connection is
// good or bad? Mostly personal preference. If you're not willing to make the
// choice, try both and see which is better for you.
//
// Generally, meeting both of the following conditions would classify it as a
// good connection:
//
// - Ping of <80 to the average server you join
// - Generally no/negligible choke/loss (can be checked with `net_graph')
//
// There's some pretty good documentation on this here:
// http://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Source_Multiplayer_Networking
//
// Uncomment (remove the `//' from) one of the groups if you want to use them.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Good connection
//cl_cmdrate 66
//cl_interp 0
//cl_interp_ratio 1
//cl_lagcompensation 1
//cl_pred_optimize 2
//cl_smooth 0
//cl_smoothtime 0.01
//cl_updaterate 66
//rate 60000

// Bad connection
//cl_cmdrate 40
//cl_interp 0
//cl_interp_ratio 2
//cl_lagcompensation 1
//cl_pred_optimize 2
//cl_smooth 0
//cl_smoothtime 0.01
//cl_updaterate 40
//rate 35000

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Sprays
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Bear in mind that these are disabled on war servers due to `sv_pure 2'
// anyway, so if you play competitive TF2, this won't help you.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Disable sprays
cl_playerspraydisable 1
r_spray_lifetime 0

// Enable sprays -- uncomment this section if you want these settings
//cl_playerspraydisable 0
//r_spray_lifetime 2

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Shadows
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Disable shadows
mat_shadowstate 0
r_shadowmaxrendered 0
r_shadowrendertotexture 0
r_shadows 0

// Enable shadows -- uncomment this section if you want these settings
//mat_shadowstate 1
//r_shadowmaxrendered 11
//r_shadowrendertotexture 1 // Non-blobby shadows. Sometimes turned on by
// competitive TF2 players to see opponents standing
// near the other side of a wall. You may see some
// performance loss from setting this to `1'.
//r_shadows 1

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Facial features
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Disable facial features
r_eyes 0
r_flex 0
r_lod 2
r_rootlod 2
r_teeth 0

// Enable facial features -- uncomment this section if you want these settings
//r_eyes 1
//r_flex 1
//r_lod 1 // Needs to be set to 1, otherwise they will still be disabled.
//r_rootlod 1
//r_teeth 1

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Ragdolls
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// You will have reduced performance on deaths which produce ragdolls.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Disable ragdolls
cl_ragdoll_fade_time 0
cl_ragdoll_forcefade 1
cl_ragdoll_physics_enable 0
g_ragdoll_fadespeed 0
g_ragdoll_lvfadespeed 0
ragdoll_sleepaftertime 0

// Enable ragdolls -- uncomment this section if you want these settings
//cl_ragdoll_fade_time 15
//cl_ragdoll_forcefade 0
//cl_ragdoll_physics_enable 1
//g_ragdoll_fadespeed 600
//g_ragdoll_lvfadespeed 100
//ragdoll_sleepaftertime "5.0f"

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Gibs
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// You will have reduced performance on deaths which produce gibs.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Disable gibs
cl_phys_props_enable 0
cl_phys_props_max 0
props_break_max_pieces 0
r_propsmaxdist 1
violence_agibs 0
violence_hgibs 0

// Enable gibs -- uncomment this section if you want these settings
//cl_phys_props_enable 1
//cl_phys_props_max 128
//props_break_max_pieces -1
//r_propsmaxdist 1000
//violence_agibs 1
//violence_hgibs 1

// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Graphical
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Now we come to the main brunt of the config. You probably don't want to mess
// with this.
// ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
cl_detaildist 0
cl_detailfade 0
cl_drawmonitors 0
cl_ejectbrass 0
cl_jiggle_bone_framerate_cutoff 0 // Turns off jigglebones
cl_new_impact_effects 0
cl_show_splashes 0
func_break_max_pieces 0
glow_outline_effect_enable 0 // Cart glow effect.
lod_transitiondist 0
mat_antialias 0
mat_bumpmap 1 // Controls bumpmapping. Setting this to 0 on dx9 will cause
// a strange `shine' effect to appear on all players.
mat_colcorrection_disableentities 1
mat_colorcorrection 0
mat_disable_bloom 1
mat_disable_fancy_blending 1
mat_disable_lightwarp 1
mat_envmapsize 8
mat_envmaptgasize 8
mat_filterlightmaps 1
mat_filtertextures 1
mat_forceaniso 1
mat_hdr_level 0
mat_max_worldmesh_vertices 512
mat_monitorgamma 2.0 // Controls brightness, try 1.8 to make it brighter or 2.2
// to get it darker. Only works in fullscreen.
mat_motion_blur_enabled 0
mat_parallaxmap 0
mat_picmip 1 // Higher = more mipmapping. Without `sv_cheats 1', you're looking
// at a range from -1 to 2, -1 being the best quality, 2 being the
// wors
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