Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Stone Gargoyle, Mar 19, 2014.
I see, thanks alot.
Is there any way to get it without using Geforce experience?
LOL it is right in the thread, just use nvidia inspector man.
Looks like buying Ubisoft games on release day/week/month is a no no these days
I was watching some videos and looks like they've changed some running/jumping animation. Basically i will get it once its around £15 and have had few patches!
Its been that way since AC 2 and SC Double Agent.
I just saw some screen in screenshot thread. Indoors does look very nice, but outdoors looks a bit too bright and washed out. Or maybe its just me!
OK I didn't know you could manually enter it.. Anyway, did it and WOW! 60 FPS at 1440p max settings with the exception of FXAA instead of MSAA! :banana:
Image is 1440p but picturetrail resized it.
I have the exact same problem on my PC, no metter what settings i use. It eats up all the vram, even on low settings and does this crap uke2:
GPUs not up to the task?
Poor frame rate, microtransactions, bugs up the wazzo, you sure this is not a EA game. lol
Sorry, I don't think so
Can we just stop buying their games? Why can't AMD or nVidia simply say;
"This game runs like horsecrap whatever you do."
It pisses me off how game companies get away with this kind of crap.
Dorlor, ALI213 eh? Shame on you...
Im not ashamed though
Pay for the game if you're going to play it. Moaning about people looking to get a cheaper price on Dragon Age when at the same time you're pirating.
Using proxys to cheat yourself to cheaper prices is hypocrisy - and i hate hypocrisy... if you want to support a developer, then do it for real, without cheating yourself to lower prices. Do i want to support ubisoft, after i paid full Price for Watch dogs? No.
Well... PS4 can barely push out 20 fps. xD Damn surprising to see Xbox One doing better.
Don't make me laugh. Try to justify it all you want but you're wrong. Lets just leave it at that.
I had to use Geforce experience, and then I just manually entered it in..
But it definitely works great! Constant 60 FPS at 1440p maxed settings now with FXAA..
Just popping in to say:
Using SMAA after FXAA (and you are, in this instance) defeats the purpose. FXAA will prevent SMAA detecting edges, you're better off using SMAA alone.