Answered [Help] FPS increase.

Hermes

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Well title says it.

I've tried Jaimkappa way of gain FPS nothing works.

My FPS sometimes drop to 20-30


I need a constant of 50 FPS anyone got anything for me?
 

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Check that out,

 
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SL™

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2. Shrink your gta3.img using GTA Shrinker
  • Download GTA Shrinker: http://xk.hostoi.com/gtashrinker
  • Extract the file anywhere
  • Open GTAShrinkerWin.exe
  • Enter your correct GTA San Andreas main directory in first box
  • Click Shrink button to start shrinking of your gta3.img file
  • Wait till it is finished
  • Almost all your in-game textures including weapons, skins, roads, trees etc. will now be half resolution. Also your sniper crosshair will look ugly (Don't worry though, we will fix it in next few lines using TXD Workshop)
  • Download latest version of TXD Workshop from here: http://xk.hostoi.com/txdworkshop
  • Open TXD Workshop. Click Open IMG button. Navigate to your Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\models folder and open gta3.img. Type tree_hipoly19.dff in search box at bottom-left of screen. Right-click tree_hipoly19.dff in the panel above search box. Choose Replace from the menu. Replace with tree_hipoly19.dff included in this download:http://xk.hostoi.com/laggytreefix
  • Doing this will replace a laggy tree around Mt. Chilliad and Whetstone countryside areas with a non-laggy one which saves a lot of FPS from being lost in those areas
  • Type sniper.txd in search box at bottom-left of screen. Click sniper.txd in the panel above search box. ClickSNIPERcrosshair file in middle panel. ClickImport button. Replace with SNIPERcrosshair file included in this download: http://xk.hostoi.com/originalsnipercrosshair . Click Save TXD button. Doing this has restored your Sniper Crosshair with original one. It won't look ugly anymore.
  • Close TXD Workshop

3. Use low quality particles and effects

4. Use Maximum FPS Timecyc
  • Download this max FPS timecyc and gta_sa.exe required to run it: http://xk.hostoi.com/maxfpstimecyc
  • Extract the files
  • Copy-paste the downloaded gta_sa.exe to \Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\ main folder. Overwrite when asked.
  • Copy-paste the downloaded timecyc.aaa file to \Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\data\ folder. Overwrite if asked.
  • Press Esc while in-game. Go to Options > Display Settings > Advanced
  • There, turn Draw Distance to minimum. Turn off Frame Limiter. Set FX Quality to Low. Set Anti-aliasing to No. Set Mip-mapping to No. Reduce Screen Resolution to 800x600x16 (or even 640x480x16 if your PC is really really slow)

remove any mods u may be using as it can drop ur fps depending on the quality of the mods
ur games gonna look like shit but it's better then playing on 10fps
enjoy
 

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2. Shrink your gta3.img using GTA Shrinker
  • Download GTA Shrinker: http://xk.hostoi.com/gtashrinker
  • Extract the file anywhere
  • Open GTAShrinkerWin.exe
  • Enter your correct GTA San Andreas main directory in first box
  • Click Shrink button to start shrinking of your gta3.img file
  • Wait till it is finished
  • Almost all your in-game textures including weapons, skins, roads, trees etc. will now be half resolution. Also your sniper crosshair will look ugly (Don't worry though, we will fix it in next few lines using TXD Workshop)
  • Download latest version of TXD Workshop from here: http://xk.hostoi.com/txdworkshop
  • Open TXD Workshop. Click Open IMG button. Navigate to your Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\models folder and open gta3.img. Type tree_hipoly19.dff in search box at bottom-left of screen. Right-click tree_hipoly19.dff in the panel above search box. Choose Replace from the menu. Replace with tree_hipoly19.dff included in this download:http://xk.hostoi.com/laggytreefix
  • Doing this will replace a laggy tree around Mt. Chilliad and Whetstone countryside areas with a non-laggy one which saves a lot of FPS from being lost in those areas
  • Type sniper.txd in search box at bottom-left of screen. Click sniper.txd in the panel above search box. ClickSNIPERcrosshair file in middle panel. ClickImport button. Replace with SNIPERcrosshair file included in this download: http://xk.hostoi.com/originalsnipercrosshair . Click Save TXD button. Doing this has restored your Sniper Crosshair with original one. It won't look ugly anymore.
  • Close TXD Workshop

3. Use low quality particles and effects

4. Use Maximum FPS Timecyc
  • Download this max FPS timecyc and gta_sa.exe required to run it: http://xk.hostoi.com/maxfpstimecyc
  • Extract the files
  • Copy-paste the downloaded gta_sa.exe to \Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\ main folder. Overwrite when asked.
  • Copy-paste the downloaded timecyc.aaa file to \Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\data\ folder. Overwrite if asked.
  • Press Esc while in-game. Go to Options > Display Settings > Advanced
  • There, turn Draw Distance to minimum. Turn off Frame Limiter. Set FX Quality to Low. Set Anti-aliasing to No. Set Mip-mapping to No. Reduce Screen Resolution to 800x600x16 (or even 640x480x16 if your PC is really really slow)
remove any mods u may be using as it can drop ur fps depending on the quality of the mods
ur games gonna look like shit but it's better then playing on 10fps
enjoy
Does the last part effect my game vision as in not making it look like shit
 

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Post your PC / Laptop configurations. (I.e CPU,GPU, RAM, OS , etc)
 

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Does the last part effect my game vision as in not making it look like shit
na man im just trying to make ur game look more realistic and shit as that's the only way your going to hit max fps ur pc can get