Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Havel, Oct 16, 2016.
The game is way more stressful on the gpu than anything else.
LMAO you remind of one of my colleges at work. We can sit there talking for any time period and nothing happens (we're in support) but as soon as he gets up to get a coffee his phone rings. Every - god - damn - time. You can see his coffee drips everywhere in the corridor leading to the kitchen. So funny.
Tell your boss to get him a headset
Dude, we're in an old German Navy building. Oldschool stuff galore. No chance.
Thanks for all the helpful info! I am going to give it about another month or two before making the jump. So that everything is stabilized even further.
Wonder if he noticed he was half the man he used to be
I have a problem that when changing volume or hitting mute on the keyboard in RDR2 with HDR enabled (Windows 10 1909 with latest updates, GeForce RTX 2080 Ti with 441.66 drivers) there is a black screen as if tasking out and back in for a couple of seconds as if switching resolutions/Hz (they are set to the same thing in Windows and the game, though)?
I'd imagine it might be caused by the Windows 10 volume overlay stealing focus from the game for a moment while you change volume/mute status. Does anybody know how to fix this as it's incredibly annoying that you have to wait seconds for the picture to come back when you either mute/unmute or change the volume (especially while playing Red Dead Online)?
Is anybody else experiencing this?
The problem disappears once I have Windows 10 HDR and thus HDR in-game disabled. Then I can change the volume just fine without getting black screens while doing so.
I don't have the same problem with other HDR games like Jedi Fallen Order, where changing volume doesn't cause the screen to go black.
Any ideas what I could try to make HDR work in RDR2 without these "blackouts" when using the keyboard volume controls (a way to permanently disable the windows volume overlay, perhaps, although I have yet to find one)?
hdr seems to have a bunch of bugs related around it, like causing the game to CTD when you switch settings, or you switch setting fine but then starts crashing on reboot. and when your games having mass crash issues you cant work out and it takes the launcher so damn long to launch you REALLY grow to hate the rockstar launcher as a thing.
but run the in game benchmark once you fiddle with settings and your insta CTD will now magically vanish. reinstalled dx c+ .net video audio nope benchmark.
games got some issues need worked out.
note to self: complete this damn game
I have many games that i need to finish
Only problem is I can't remember half of them no more ... old age lol
Hence the name of the game
There are some tweaks besides messing with the in-game settings to make the game run a little faster? Even 1-2 fps.
Nah. Go online & write your own story
So I haven't played in about a week loaded up the game just now and my pre-order fully bonded thoroughbred horse has now disappeared and instead in its place an unsaddled Tennessee Walker?! Has this ever happened to anyone before? WTF? This is in story mode.
Did you buy the horse thief DLC?
I...have no idea haha I pre-ordered and got the free upgrade to Special Edition would that be included?
I have read something about that on reddit a few weeks back!? Did you check the stable if you can choose it again as primary?
It was a very bad joke sorry, your horse was stolen...
Isn't that one of the existing story mode bugs where it can just disappear ot be replaced by a different horse.
Can't find a definitive answer though and it seems the game might even remove the horse or move it elsewhere and it can then disappear or just die like when the game is being thoughtful and moves the horse off to these rail tracks and the player comes back and maybe finds a saddle in the vicinity.
EDIT: Forgot if there was a list or something or where I saw that mentioned, basically a collection of known problems from the XBO and PS4 versions that carried over to the PC port and have never been fixed.
Probably the Red Dead Redemption 2 Reddit or some source like that for where I found it.