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  1. Tested Resolution: 1024x768 - Graphics Options CPU: Intel® Pentium® Processor G630 @ 2.7 GHz RAM: DDR3 2GB GPU: Intel® HD Graphics HDD Type: HDD - FPS (Without settings): 15 ~ 25 (Over 15 zombies) || 23 ~ 30 (1 ~ 15 zombies) || 40 ~ 50 (No Zombies) - FPS (With settings): 25 ~ 30 (Over 35 zombies) || 30 ~ 38 (25 ~ 35 zombies) || 38 ~ 42 (Under 15 ~ 25 zombies) || 42 ~ 50 (No Zombies) This game has memory leaks when players are many. (Under 3 people are just fine, maybe) and non-optimized updates caused memory leaks, too. So, Actually minimum system requiresments is over 2GB. and non-optimized things caused increase CPU's required speed. (For me, it feels like increased 2.4Ghz to 2.7GHz) I know many people want to play this game but they doesn't have good PC. So, I made this settings for them. This will be useful when zombies are many. Download: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B35QEsR7b90pZzhmX3dydkR4ejA How to apply this settings on No More Room in Hell: Download autoexec.cfg from that URL and put that file on this path. OS 32 bit: C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\nmrih\nmrih\cfg OS 64 bit: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\nmrih\nmrih\cfg Then, if you know exact FPS rates, Use check fps program (Fraps, MSI Afterburner, etc) or check this site for use steam fps counter. http://www.howtogeek.com/209710/4-quick-ways-to-see-a-pc-gameâs-fps-frames-per-second/
  2. I was bored and decided to adapt my personal Left 4 Dead 2 autoexec to No More Room in Hell, only keeping things that work in both games and adding some more. There's a huge advantage in NMRiH being a Source game, because that means scripts from other games like HL2, CSS, L4D2 and TF2 work on it, usually without needing to be tweaked. So now I decided to release my config for my fellow gamers to freely use, but please: do not redistribute (if you want to share this with friends, link them to this thread). You are free to edit the config to suit your personal tastes, but once again, do not share that config saying you are the author of it. I will be updating this thread once I modify and add new stuff to the config. Also, I urge everyone reading this to share suggestions for this config, such as scripts, your own values, etc.. This is not only *my* config, it's *our*, the NMRiH players', config - so lets build it together. Features Lerp toggler (by Don) Netcode and GFX tweaks Toggleable compass (by Alex_Lee) - the compass now doesn't fade out of the screen unless you press C again. Useful for survival to always keep track of the zones. Anti-idlekick Null-cancelling movement (by povohat.au) - prevents you from pressing two opposing directions, which causes you to stop moving. Demo playback gun viewmodel & HUD toggle (by Don) - highly useful while watching already recorded demos. More coming soon! (feel free to share more scripts!) autoexec.cfg Check it out! @ http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=QjRtsKiT Steam guide: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=396498090 F.A.Q. ▬ Do I really need this? No, unless you're a perfectionist like me or you're bored. ▬ Where to put this config? Go to C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\nmrih\nmrih\cfg and open autoexec.cfg. If you don't have that file, create it. Changelog ▬ 1.0 (2014) • Public release. ▬ 2.0 (February 2015) • New intro (through echo). • The lerp now is set to 0 instead of 16.7. • Removed unneeded rate commands since they are already set in the lerp aliases. • Added more commands to the netcode and GFX sections. • Changed snd_mixahead's value from 0.7 to 0.05. • Changed the toggleconsole's value from F12 to F10, since many people use F12 as their Steam screenshot key (I do the opposite ). Obviously, this can be changed to fit one's preference. Launch options Change these launch options to suit your system's specs. -refresh is the refresh rate of your monitor so if your monitor only has a refresh rate of 60 Hz then set it to 60. -heapsize is based off of the amount of RAM you have; it's best set to half the total amount. It's measured in kilobytes. • 2 GB -heapsize 1048576 • 4 GB -heapsize 2097152 • 6 GB -heapsize 3145728 • 8 GB -heapsize 4194304