Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Havel, Oct 16, 2016.
Meant RDR2 , @Party Poison just answered, might give it a shot !
Anyone got weird stutterings lately? It's mostly when i turn my head or come around a mountain cliff and a town with lots of detail comes into view. Feels like it's choking on streaming details. 1 week ago it ran flawlessly.
Notice that too. I didn't play for a month and now that I tried it there is the stuttering you are describing. 5700xt
I don't know if it's the patch, or the fact that I added RDR2 folders to Malwarebytes exclusion list, but the game runs super smooth for me now at the same settings and it didn't crash anymore and I played like 20+ hours this weekend. So yeah... now that I typed this post I probably jinxed it and it will start crashing again.
It's gone now. I went into the Win10 system settings and saw Windows thought the pagefile should be 4 GB for some reason.
So i put it to custom size and went with 25GB on an SSD.
Went back into the game and now it's smooth.
Tried it at it seems to work, much less stuttering now, thanks. I think the reason there is still a little stuttering remaining is I use 4X MSAA to get what I think is better graphics (nicer contrast and detail) along with Ultra for the rest of the settings. Using 25gb as the maximum setting.
One would think at 4X MSAA and Ultra that I have a complete slideshow. But even before the page file suggestion I was getting 25 fps average which to many is still unacceptable but ok for me in areas where it ranges from 25 to 30 fps. A high end Nvidia card on a I7 7700 gives me the fps probably.
So would it still work that way if I went offline by unplugging my ethernet line? I play offline for hours at a time so I'm wondering if your success, hopefully not short lived, works better in offline mode. I use Norton btw.
Well...game is still crap.
Played an hour and then it crashed probably during an auto-save.
so what...it'll be ready to play around the time Cyberpunk comes out?
check your gfx settings it reset some of mine, when i had 16x set in drivers along with AA and few other tweaks.
since i turned the options they seemed to reset during the update i guess? i made the game unstable as hell.
once i got those off i played a full day wo issue.
Have you tried my fix? Adding the folders of Rockstar Games (both in Program Files and Program Files x86) and the actual game installation folder to the antivirus exclusion list totally fixed any crashing issues I had.
It's really weird though, as before doing this, besides the crashes, my GPU would go to 100% usage and I'm pretty sure that WAS one of the reasons why it crashed. But now, it stays at 99% after hours and hours of playing (probably 50+ hours with no crash ever since).
Need to test this out with more games though, when I have the chance, as in BFV I had the same thing happening (100% gpu usage and crashes), except there it would only crash maybe like once every 10-20 hours of playing.
It's not me. It's the game. The only game in fact that has issues. The crashing is a lot more random since the last patch and I can play for upwards of an hour before I encounter a crash to desktop.
I don't use anti-virus, just what comes with Windows. It's all a giant scam and I won't support it anymore.
no crashes here, but the fact you have no antivirus is probably why computer is wrote off.
Windows has it built-in. You only need anti-virus if you're an idiot. If you're smart you'll never have a virus on your computer.
Well, thanks for calling me an idiot I guess.
previously working in security, i disagree, if you knew all the methods one can sneak stuff onto your system, it would make your toes curl.
The built in defender simply has not enough signatures compared to a few other scanners.
Wasn't referring to you specifically... The whole idea of anti-virus is blown out of proportion so they can make money. Windows has enough security features unless you (meaning someone) do something really stupid like go to potentially infected websites or download unsafe programs.
If you work in a restaurant, you'll probably never eat out again in any place but a 5 star restaurant after you've seen the way food is handled. What's your point? If you go looking for a virus, you'll find one.
Deleted settings XML and reconfigured. Ran the game for 3 hours without a crash. Like I said...it's random.
Started Red dead Online for the first time... two hours in I was suddenly teleported to a group of players and then killed with explosives. Then again. And again. Then a series of animals were spawned on me. Yay for hackers... amazing that Rockstar doesn't enforce some sort of anti-cheat.
Proved my point really. All the stuff that can happen when you are unaware.
The antiviruses themselves can turn out to be giant security holes just waiting to be exploited
And one example just three months ago
The best antivirus is a smart user.