Fallout 4 Performance Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by RexOmnipotentus, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. BuildeR2

    BuildeR2 Ancient Guru

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    Mine does this as well. I assumed it was because Fallout 4 has built in v-sync, so the GPU renders, waits, renders, waits and so on.

    Never tried this before. Are you saying that it stops showing the 100% to 0% behavior in the MSIAB charts after changing this?
     
  2. Waterking32

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    Thanks guys. Enabling gpu unified usage solved it and now my usage hovers around 60 to 70. Getting much better performance and a lot less stuttering.

    Clockblocker is also maintaining my overclock at full speeds so that helped also.

    The main problem I was having was solved by going into the documents and setting the presets. The ipresentinterval. I changed that and then there was one that disabled vsync. Something about forcesmoothness.

    Anyways game is playing butter smooth now and I'm very satisfied. Thanks for all the help!!!!!
     
  3. BuildeR2

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    That is awesome to hear! Are you locking down the FPS with RadeonPro or something? This is all very interesting to me seeing as I've stopped playing Fallout 4 because of terrible performance on my 290.
     
  4. Waterking32

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    Nope. I just went into settings and disabled the ipresentinterval and iforcesmoothness (I can't remember the exact names) and it unlocked the fps and disabled vsync.

    And then of course clockblocker really helped by keeping my overclock in place at 1140mhz instead of fluctuating around 800. Then I used the enable gpu unified usage to show the correct usage. It's still hovering around 60 percent but performance is much better, so I have no problems with it.

    Give those two settings above a shot though. The ipresentinterval and iforcesmoothness really helped me out.
     

  5. sammarbella

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    Crossing fingers.

    New Beta patch 1.4.125 (927.7 MB)

    http://steamcommunity.com/games/377160/announcements/detail/907843576951945141

    Creation Kit in April:
    http://www.gameinformer.com/b/featu...ses-fallout-4-dlc-mods-amp-survival-mode.aspx
     
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  6. LocoDiceGR

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    I will begin playing when first DLC arrive's (more fixes and stuff)

    Maybe a better amd drivers also.

    *Fingers Crossed*
     
  7. Santiago P

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    The difference between Patch 1.2 and 1.3 is huge?
     
  8. flow

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    Not really no. But there are some quest fixes yes.
     
  9. The Mac

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    i dunno, the settler job icon is a pretty massive deal.
     
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    Yeah, and new settlers now automatically take care of food. You had to assign them prior to latest patch.
    Well sure, there are some good improvements. Speedwise though it's not that much faster. Just a little bit smoother.
     

  11. sammarbella

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    Full Dialogue Interface mod has an optional updated version for Fallout 4 1.4 patch:

    http://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/1235/?
     
  12. LocoDiceGR

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    DLC On March 1st?
     
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    update for shadow boost as well.
     
  14. sammarbella

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    Fallout 4 new update (version 1.4.132?) and another Shadow boost update..now outdated.
     
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    Well I can say the game is much smoother and visualy pleasing to play on my i7 4790k then it was on fx 6300. I dont get random slow-downs anymore like I use to. Btw I did not read whole thread but does anyone know if this game supports Sli? My 780 does really well in this game but just wondering.Nz
     

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    um. yeah...

    id think so...

    lol
     
  17. sammarbella

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    It's not strange you didn't see Nvidia info in this game thread: it's under AMD GPUs sub forum.

    Yes, fallout 4 has SLI support in Nvidia drivers.

    Nvidia added SLI support for this game at least 2 months and a half before AMD added CFX support.
     
  18. sammarbella

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    Something really new on NexusMods site:
    Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch by Unofficial Patch Project Team

    That's why many gamers play on PC :D
     
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    Did they fix 120/140hz monitor bug? Im not speeding anymore while walking have a 1.6.3.0 version..
     
  20. Garwinski

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    Today I bought Fallout 4. In crossfire, I get horrible corruption/flickering of textures, you can see almost nothing on the screen and you have to lie down for a while to recover from the seizure-inducing flickering. I have tried disabling a lot of graphical options step by step, nothing helped. I even reinstalled my drivers (yes DDU and stuff), no change. Very strange, as the Fallout 4 Crossfire profile works perfectly for me on TES: Skyrim Special Edition.

    I have searched all day for solutions, but apart from one guy that reported the same problems under a news-article for AMD drivers a few months ago, I cant find anything that could help the problem. It seems that crossfire problems have been fixed from around February, as practically no one has been complaining ever since.

    Anyone with the same problems, or maybe a solution?
     

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