What Games are you playing right now? [2]

  1. Kol12's Avatar
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    swarfega said:
    Yes I have. I'll have to look at the FOV setting, I've not altered it.
    OK cool.
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  2. specialkone's Avatar
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    That Black Ops video looks great Doug. Is gpu fully utilized? Believe it would be as COD seemed to fix that problem is the last few releases. FPS, 60's-70's but game looks very smooth, which is the important part. No stutters, right?
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  3. Dude's Avatar
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       #2853

    FPS went up, turned off filmic. Game plays smooth, no stutters or crashes
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  5. specialkone's Avatar
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    Dude said:
    FPS went up, turned off filmic. Game plays smooth, no stutters or crashes
    Wow. That's a huge FPS boost with graphics still good. No clue what filmic does.

    Pubg, got that 2nd kill. Didn't have time to heal, the blue is brutal. FPS always locked in at about 120 with this old game. I used to monitor it way back at the beginning. Just still trying to learn how to play it well.

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       #2856

    Feuer said:
    I am super stoked about this. I loved those games when I was a teenager.
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    blackroseMD1 said:
    I am super stoked about this. I loved those games when I was a teenager.
    i played bloodrayne 2 when it released, it was one of my fav,
    i like fatalities after rayne suck her victims blood.
    Cinematics were nice in the game

    i can say about rayne; movies were very bad but the games were cool.

    i have already gog version of 3 bloodrayne games, it is exiciting to play them in high defination.
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    For anyone playing AC Valhalla - I've found Nvidia sharpening (via control panel) makes the game look so much better... The sharpening also has the effect of Anti Aliasing the image. So you can turn the games AA down to gain some fps and still have a much sharper image than what the games AA provides.
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  9. blackroseMD1's Avatar
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       #2859

    Kol12 said:
    For anyone playing AC Valhalla - I've found Nvidia sharpening (via control panel) makes the game look so much better... The sharpening also has the effect of Anti Aliasing the image. So you can turn the games AA down to gain some fps and still have a much sharper image than what the games AA provides.
    I'll give that a shot. Thanks!

    Edit: Caused massive flickering for me for some reason, so I had to turn it off.
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  10. Kol12's Avatar
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    blackroseMD1 said:
    I'll give that a shot. Thanks!

    Edit: Caused massive flickering for me for some reason, so I had to turn it off.
    I think I had some flickering initially too but don't seem to anymore. The sharpening may be disagreeing with a certain graphics setting. You'll need to play around with some settings... What level sharpening did you set?

    So another thing is the games Anti Aliasing is a native TAA implementation (low med or high). Why they have gone with TAA and not offered alternative AA options is beyond me. We all know how demanding TAA is.

    Put the games AA to low and set Anti-Aliasing - Mode in Nvidia control panel to enhance the application setting. Set it to 2x. Not only will you get a boost in fps but an AA that works and looks better than the games.
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