I just fixed the brightness issue of AFR friendly mode. It turns out that bloom is increased alot if you enable AFR friendly mode. I fixed this with some console commands. -> Download this .txt file (contains the commands): http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=01177407222545874676 -> Put the file in the fallout4.exe folder -> Start the game -> open the console -> typ "bat 1" AFTER you loaded a savegame for the first time. This is very important, because if you do it before, your screen gets black once your savegame is loaded (restart is the only fix). Once you loaded a savegame for the first time, it doesn't matter if you load another savegame. You can even go back to the main menu and load a savegame from there. Once you close the game, all values will switch back to 'normal'. This means that you need to reapply the console commands everytime you start the game. I haven't played the game alot with this fix. So it there might be some problems. Ambient occlusion is still bugged (maybe it can also be fixed by console commands), but if it bugs you to much, you can simply disable it. Don't use TAA, FXAA is fine, but TAA doesn't work correctly. I hope this helps. I'm just going to test this some more. If you want you can tweak the console commands in the 1.txt file yourself. There are 9 values in the 1.txt file. Some values don't seem to do anything. They have no impact on the games visuals (or maybe they have in situations i haven't encountered yet). Value 1 doesn't seem to do anything. Setting this value to high will result in a black screen. Restart of the game is required. Value 2 and 3 also don't seem to do anything. Setting value 3 to 0 will result in a white screen. Value 4 did had an effect on a light bulb. Not sure what it is. Value 5 is light reflection strength. Setting it higher than 1 will make the reflection to strong. Value 6 seems to be HDR Changing value 7 didn't do anything for the visuals. Value 8 is definitely bloom. Like i said before, this is what caused the game to become extremely white/bright. Value 9 also has a huge impact on the visuals. I don't know what it does, but setting this to low will make trees white. I don't know what value fallout 4 is using, but i set it to 2. I know for sure the game normally uses a lower value. Even if you don't use CrossFire. You can use the console commands to change it. I made the 1.txt in AFR Friendly mode. So using it for single GPU's could negatively impact the visuals.