It's effective in windowed mode. Also most settings are read from Arokh.ini in Documents\My Games\Arokh.ini rather than the one in Arokh.ini from install folder, unless you've changed PerUserConfigAndData setting. Things that aren't in the user-specific config file are read from global config.Toggling BorderlessWindowHooks in Arokh.ini didn't appear to help any.
No, on Win7 I do have fairly recent drivers; downloaded from the AMD site earlier this year."Wait for vertical refresh" setting is only effective for OpenGL applications, unless AMD changed something. I assume you don't have very recent drivers.
Ah, oops... it seems that I got distracted by the dgVoodoo config file in the install folder, and also tried to edit the Arokh.ini file sitting right next to itAlso most settings are read from Arokh.ini in Documents\My Games\Drakan\Arokh.ini
Even if it works, it probably won't do much. Drakan is CPU bottlenecked.EDIT: Hmm, wait - I haven't tried reenabling CrossFire yet. That'd be crazy to do, though...
Not sure if it even worked for OpenGL on the old ATI Radeon HD 4890 I used to have before replacing it with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti. I used ATI Tray Tools as a replacement for Catalyst Control Center and you had to use special separate setting if you wanted to force VSync for Direct3D stuff. There's also D3DOverrider. The latter uses API level hook I think.Also, you're right: the "wait for vertical refresh" setting seems to do nothing in Drakan. Of course the Radeon Settings don't mention anything about that setting only being relevant for OpenGL
Typed this too fast...Also most settings are read from Arokh.ini in Documents\My Games\Drakan\Arokh.ini
Actually no, it doesn't work.Even if it works, it probably won't do much. Drakan is CPU bottlenecked.
If I'm not mistaken, OOTF far predates CrossFire/SLI in any form
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