Red Dead Redemption 2

Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Havel, Oct 16, 2016.

  1. haste

    haste Master Guru

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    ^ Yep, as I said a few times already I'm not a fan of sharpening filters, but the RIS is actually pretty good. Devs should implement that directly to games to avoid unwanted sharpening on some elements(like UI) though.
     
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    That's interesting as I saw a post on the GeForce.com forum from someone with the same ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q monitor as me saying that G-SYNC wasn't working for them.

    However, I thought it was working as the game still felt smooth even at 35-45 fps and not jerky like sub-60 fps tend to feel otherwise.

    I have the in-game V-Sync setting off plus Triple Buffering is off too as it isn't needed for G-SYNC. V-Sync is On in the NVIDIA Global profile.

    I will check later by enabling the G-SYNC indicator in the NVIDIA control panel.
     
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    It's like you guys are beta testing at this point...

    I usually pre-order games but wait for at least one patch before playing.
     

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    Beta testing = PC gaming, where have you been?
     
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    Been PC gaming since Commander Keen brah
     
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    I just experienced the most annoying bug.. All the markers on the map floated out or inwards when you zoomed in or out and never in the correct locations..
     
  8. haste

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    I took some PS4Pro screens from latest version 1.14 so you can compare to PC, but I'd say the difference is pretty obvious.

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    I'm gaming 4k with resolution scaling 0.800 something, textures high (weird limit in game, it will not allow me to apply settings if i overcommit the vRAM) and mostly high settings with some medium for shadows. Vulkan is most stable, DX12 texture popping is allover the place.
    Lowest i've seen was 32fps, but most of the time is 38-42fps which is perfect considering my rig.
    For me HDR is missing from settings. Vulkan or DX12, no HDR.
    Other then that i have to disable Avast so it wont crash at startup which is retarded tbh.
    Game looks beautiful, around 20% better compared to the PS4pro version for me running at my current settings.
    Running latest driver, i've spent 8 hours today in game, no crash or other weird issues.
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    I agree here.. Vulkan is the most stable, DX12 had a lot of weird artifacts and texture glitching. I was indoors and the light through the glass windows was glitching and flickering on DX12, on Vulkvan everything was normal.
     
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    Vulkan looks like it has more steady frame pacing and less slowdowns, but overall lower performance by a bit. That's fine...it's better to have consistency than speed. No doubt some patches will speed up the game, but frame pacing issues are rarely ever fixed.
     
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    Is any Nvidia user interested in taking a go with Vulkan using the latest developer driver? It was released two days ago and says there's some various minor performance improvements and improved behavior when low on memory
    https://developer.nvidia.com/vulkan-driver
     
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    Seems like there were more people using AMD having problems and that updating AGESA has fixed it.
     
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    Didn't you spend the last week dogging this game out? You bought it and then compared it to a previous copy you also purchased? I laughed out loud for real. Just giving you some crap. All good. I may still buy it myself.

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    I hope next gen brings better foliage. Leaves on trees and blades of grass look so flat and unrealistic in so many other wise photo-realistic games.
     
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    I've been testing quite a bit now... and i have come to the conclusion that i am not going to play this game till i can play it at native 4k. The resolution scaling is horribly bad in this game - at anything other setting than "off", it becomes a blurry mess.

    Native 4k
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    4k with 0.66 render res (aka 1440p)
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    I also tested vulkan, and Vulkan marginally increases fps, but is way more stuttery for me, aswell as more blurry than dx12 somehow.

    Vulkan
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    Of course it will, in 4K 30fps glory :p
     
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    Was playing yesterday with MSAA+4 for a couple of hours and had only slight hiccups. So today i though i'd try TAA and put textures quality on ultra and all that.

    RDR2 stopped working after 2mins LMAO.

    Might try the latest Nvidia drivers i guess. (I'm on Win7 and use DX12 ingame)
     
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    I didn't buy the PC version, these are PS4 screenshots. And my complains were always about gameplay mechanics and not about visuals.
     
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    Has anybody installed the game on a mechanical drive? If yes, how does it run? I don't have enough space on my SSD!
     
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    Yes, running on a mechanical drive, no issues at all.
     

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