Wersja GOG !http://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Saints_Row_2
High frame rate • Link
The GOG.com version has a forced 30 FPS cap to fix cutscene issues.
This fix only works for NVidia GPUs. AMD GPUs have no fix yet.
Disable frame rate limiter
Go to %PROGRAMDATA%\GOG.com\Galaxy\support\1430740458\1430740458\add\NVI\.
Open Nvidia Inspector and click the button next to the Driver Version.
Type Saints Row 2 in the search filter, go to the bottom and select Frame Rate Limiter.
Click on the rightmost button to change it to its default setting, or select PS_FRAMERATE_LIMITER_DISABLED.
Click on the apply changes button.
Żródło: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/ ... =195925809
"Introduction & Explanation
Please note that this guide is subject to change (i.e. a lot more information, details and probably images).
This is a guide I made to explain why your Saints Row 2 is faster than normal, as well as how you can try to fix it.
First of all, this speedup bug only happens on Windows 7 and rarely on Vista, though some readers have reported this happening on Windows 8 as well. For other OSes like XP, the speedup doesn't happen but that doesn't mean you should get XP, since it has a rather primitive technology that makes SR2 very slow.
Saints Row 2 speeds up because you don't have a CPU that runs at exactly 3.20Ghz, which is pretty much the Xbox's equivalent. As long as your CPU is at that frequency, your game will run smoothly at normal speed.
Sometimes, even if you have 3.20Ghz and you're very sure it is exactly at that, your game will still speed up. This is because frequencies change due to various reasons (voltage, over-clocking, auto-config, etc.)
Also, it doesn't matter if your CPU has more than one core.
And please note that the speedup bug is not related to FPS at all, so VSync and frame limiting won't help at all.
On to the solutions...
There are actually various solutions, maybe even more so. For now, I'll just show you some of the well-known ones:
One of the ways to try solving this problem is using CE's "Speedhack". Here is the link for Cheat Engine: http://www.cheatengine.org/
(Just go to "Downloads" and install the latest one.)
To use CE's Speedhack, all you have to do is, while Saints Row 2 is running, start CE, then click on the little flashing icon to open up the process list. If you have your Saints Row 2 running, you'll see "sr2_pc.exe". Choose it.
Now, just click on "Enable Speedhack" and choose which speed you want it to be, for example, 0.95, which makes the game run at 95% of its speed. Don't forget to click on "Apply".
The problem with CE is that the cutscenes will also be slowed down, so the dialogue, animation and timing is not accurate.
Courtesy of Minimaul and IdolNinja, Powertools is one of the well-known solutions for anyone that plays SR2 on Windows 7 (or Vista) with the speedup bug. Powertools is almost the same as Cheat Engine, but does not change the cutscenes at all, keeping them at their original, accurate speed.
Here is the link for PowerTools: http://saintsrowpowertools.com/
Here is the Beta version of it: http://saintsrowpowertools.com/oldbeta/beta.html
What's the difference? The first one is non-beta, you'll have to set up the speedhack manually. The second one is a beta version that attempts to set the speedhack automatically; it is not very accurate.
In case you're having trouble using the manual version, you could try the Stop Watch: http://idolninja.saintsrowmods.com/sr2/ ... t_v1.2.rar
Please note that this tool has been reported for crashing the game, so don't just blame it on your hardware/software. Even though, it rarely does and only on some people.
Also, if you have Gentlemen of the Row, this is already included and configured in it so no need for this.
This is, by far, the best method (or at least it is for me and many others who tried it). This method has only one problem: you have to edit your Motherboard's BIOS and have knowledge on how to do so. (Actually, that's not a problem.)
A big thanks goes to "EtaYorious", the defacto founder of this solution. By the way, this method is actually not too popular, YET
All you have to do is turn "HPET" (High Precision Event Timer) and "ACPI" (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) on. These settings depend on what kind of Motherboard you have, mostly the company that manufactured it.
ASUS for example, they have a specific name for ACPI, I can't remember. What I can remember though, is that there were three options, two of them were "Power On" and "Power Off". Choose "Power On" and you have ACPI on in an ASUS Motherboard.
For more information, most of the new motherboards already have HPET on, while ACPI is off.
Then, you'll have to use the Command Prompt to make sure it is enabled.
To do so, just press on start, then on the Search tab, type "cmd". A program named "cmd.exe" will appear.
Right click on it for its context menu, then click on "Run as Administrator".
In the CMD window, type "bcdedit /set useplatformclock true" without the quotes, then click enter and restart your PC.
One reader reported that by just using the CMD (no BIOS editing), he was able to fix Saints Row 2's speed. So I suggest for those that don't want to edit their BIOS to just do it with CMD, see if it will work just by this way.
Now, play Saints Row 2 and see if this worked for you.
REMEMBER: If you have PowerTools, you must remove it if you did the BIOS method."
-- 22 Kwi 2017, 15:02 --
danteinferno wrote:Owszem z całą serią świętych rowów jest problem jak masz nasrane w systemie, co objawia się działaniem każdej części w 25-30fps
Nierozumiem. Nie mam problemow z 3 i czwórka dziaają mi pzrepysznie na 12 letnim budzretowym komputerze, testwoawęł wczesniej na piratach i teraz mam je w bibliotece steam. Z dwójką mam amsakryczne problemy.
danteinferno wrote: Ale to wina vcredist czy czegoś w tej podobie
To jest specjalne środowiskowo programistyczne dla wielu programów tak ?
Jeżeli nie będziesz miał tego zainstalowanego to gry ci po prostu nie ruszą ! Każda gra niemalże tego wymaga. Jak masz steam ? to pierwszy raz kiedy uruchamiasz grę steam instaluje ci takie programy za pierwszym razem. Nowoczesne gry używają różnych wersji, najnowsze gry najnowszych wersji vcredit. Z red faction guerila nie mam problemu szczególnie po ostatnim patchu gra działa bez problemów nawet wcześniej działa bez problemów. Na steamie mam ponad 400 gier zainstalowanych na kompie (są to stare gry i nowsze produkcje) i wszystkie mi działają mimo że Windowsa instalowałem ponad 4 lata temu.
Problem z Saint Row 2 (podkreślam 2) u mnie polega na tym, że moja postać i npce oraz samochody poruszają się za szybko jak w Benny Hillu (taki komik angielski gdzie często biegał w przyspieszonym tempie, jakby ktoś nie wiedział). Ale fraps pokazuje 30 klatek. Jak spowolnię ruch do normalnej wartości to fraps pokazuje 60 fpsów !