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Hi,i need a big help :)

I've a computeur with :-1:
RTX 2070 8go
16go ram
i7 10750h (12mo, 5ghz octo core)

And with max setting i've max 40fps when i dont moove,when i moove i fall at 35fps

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  • Mack.3045Mack.3045 Member ✭✭✭

    @raito.3546 said:
    Hi,i need a big help :)

    I've a computeur with :-1:
    RTX 2070 8go
    16go ram
    i7 10750h (12mo, 5ghz octo core)

    And with max setting i've max 40fps when i dont moove,when i moove i fall at 35fps

    https://en-forum.guildwars2.com/discussion/110553/want-to-use-directx-12-dx12-for-gw2-heres-a-guide-on-using-the-d912pxy-on-windows-10#latest

  • i've try this but i'vent see any difference

  • Astyrah.4015Astyrah.4015 Member ✭✭✭
    edited August 2, 2020

    @raito.3546 said:
    Hi,i need a big help :)

    I've a computeur with :-1:
    RTX 2070 8go
    16go ram
    i7 10750h (12mo, 5ghz octo core)

    And with max setting i've max 40fps when i dont moove,when i moove i fall at 35fps

    you can try the following tweaks to increase FPS without compromising visuals (the visual impact can vary based on how low your lower the following, but is very minimal for the most part unless you're really picky with graphics that you can tell the difference even with lots of things happening on-screen)

    1. Lower the following one step at a time from Highest/Ultra: Character Model Limit & Shadows - these two eat up a lot of fps so lowering them one setting at a time until you achieve a nice balance of performance and shadow effects
    2. LOD Distance from Ultra to High
    3. Render Sampling from Supersample to Native - minimal impact (don't ever set it to Subsample, only then it will become ugly/blurry)
    4. Vsync off - use the frame limiter and refresh rate settings instead (or use an external application such as your GPU control panel to limit FPS to your monitor's refresh)
    5. Under General Options, move the Field of View slider gradually to the Left (putting it to the Far Right-most gives the widest view at a cost of a few FPS)

    given the hardware setup you post, you can leave the following on MAX:
    Animations, AntiAliasing, Environment, Reflections, Textures, Shaders, Postprocessing, Character Model Quality

    this should give you a good compromise between nice visuals and performance.


    as for d912pxy,

    @raito.3546 said:
    i've try this but i'vent see any difference

    merely installing it and leaving it as is, may or may not give you the performance boost you expect, you need to configure it based on your hardware setup to properly optimise it: https://github.com/megai2/d912pxy/wiki/Custom-configuration
    if you're unsure what or how to configure, you can ask for help in the discord link provided by Mack.3045 in the post he linked.