Fallout 4 - Part 2

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  1. signex

    signex Ancient Guru

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    +1, share that sh*t bro!
    I think his using Lords of the Fallen HBAO bits hence the bleeding in the distance.

    @doktor1 Are you running that at 60fps or 30?
     
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    Feed_Bucket Master Guru

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    I thought this game has nvidia gameworks? No HBAO+ with that? Coming in later patches I suppose, oh what an Ubi misstep Bethesda took.
     
  3. Damien_Azreal

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    It was rumored it had Gameworks, but neither Nvidia or Bethesda ever confirmed it.
     
  4. KissSh0t

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    There is a GFSDK_GodraysLib.x64.dll in Fallout 4 directory... that is gameworks isn't it?
     

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    According to the nvidia tweak guide the godrays are nvidia tech.
     
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    Can i delete this .dll and increase some performance? GFSDK_GodraysLib.x64.dll

    edit: nwm, it gave an error :p
     
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    Check MODDB for the INI editor, you can turn a bunch of stuff off. Easier than manually editing things all the time.
     
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    You can disable godrays... it does give better performance turning it off.

    Don't delete the file though haha.
     
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    Just had some sort of fighter jet streak over sanctuary just as I was installing some more heavy turrets, think it was triggered by me going over a certain defense value.

    Streaked towards boston, no idea what it means.
     
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    I don't know if this has been mentioned, but the Batman: Arkham City DX11 SLI bits work beautifully with this game. I've got about six hours playtime on them, and the odd dip below 60fps has largely gone away. Give 'em a shot.
     

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    bNvGodraysEnable=0

    God Rays are the only Nvidia bit of half arsed tech for this title.

    Sad that they could do all that, but yet their "game ready" driver has no sli bits.
     
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    I used this too, absolutely perfect!! Butter smooth 60fps with NO dips at all, everything Ultra, loving this game, so big.... My walk to diamond City has just been one epic Journey, and I havent even scratched the surface yet!!... this is truly a pleasure to play..

    Yes it has its minor flaws, but what game doesn't!!....
     
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    Gaming this generation is a joke. PC seems to be the best platform for it this generation and even that tends to be ****ed up. Are games just getting too complicated to make?
     
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    Anyone know how to turn off fog? It tanks my fps more than anything other than god rays.
     
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    For a Bethesda release.. I'm actually impressed. It's playable and no game breaking glitches at release. I mean. The graphics are what they are and aren't exactly ground breaking but they aren't Blops 3 completely and insultingly out of date looking either..

    [​IMG]
     

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    IMO the textures are completely and insultingly out of date looking. Some places they look like something from 15 years ago.
     
  17. Damien_Azreal

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    Yes, they are Nvidia tech... but, they are not specifically listed as "Nvidia Enhanced/Gameworks" in the options menu as Nvidia normally does.

    And, even so, is the inclusion of one bit of Nvidia tech enough to constitute Fallout 4 as a "Gameworks" enabled title?
    I... don't think so.
     
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    PLease share tweaks :p
     
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    some of the texture might of been already made before skyrim started being made.
     
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    It defaults itself to "On" even if you turn it off.. so I would think it is gameworks enabled by default xD
     
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