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Extreme Drop In Performance (Out of Ideas)

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#21
Mahoner

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Well, unfortunately the game still runs terribly when I start a new game. After a clean install with no PoE settings left behind, I used your save file after another install and started a new game and I was still dropping 20 plus frames on the starter beach ever 3-5 seconds.

 

I am curious if you are importing a save file or not in your new games? I do every single time and I am wondering if that has anything to do with this already terribly coded game running into more issues then it is worth.

 

I believe there is no fix for my issue without dev intervention and am going to try and seek a refund on Fig due to this issue going unresolved for a year.

 

Thanks for trying to help Nehm hopefully one day fellow watchers get to play this game with zero issues.



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I am curious if you are importing a save file or not in your new games?

 

Nope, I've always used the custom save state creator thing in the options menu.  Sorry my solution didn't work for you.


Edited by Nehm, 15 April 2019 - 08:45 AM.


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Found on reddit as a possible issue:

"Check your Nvidia control panel and see if your Physx configuration is set to the graphics card, CPU, or Auto. Set it to the GPU if it's anything other than that and see if you notice a difference."


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