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  1. Geez!! Are you pulling my leg or did you miss the thread I created, per chance? 😅
  2. Several texture bugs. Made an album on Imgur: https://imgur.com/a/TJH4Prc I encountered the bugs in WvW, and they occured regardless of in-game graphics settings (i.e., whether on Low or Ultra), the screenshots were taken on Ultra. Specs: Windows 10 Pro (20H2) i7-10700K, OctalCore @ 4.7 GHz 2x16 GB DDR4-SDRAM nVidia RTX 2070 Super (8 GB)
  3. The local performance boost is wonderful. Great update. However, it - of course - does not affect server performance. Whenever there are many people (and enemies) present, the skill lag becomes intolerable. For instance, today - as always - I couldn't get 90% of my skills through while fighting the Ley-Line Anomaly. Everything with a cast time of above 1/4 seconds rarely gets through during many such mass events.
  4. 1. Removing all Add-ons Before you do anything else, make sure that you remove all add-ons properly. That means that the following directories should contain only the files listed below (with "username" being your local user name on your PC, and "D:\Guild Wars 2\" being an example directory where you might have installed the game) : C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Guild Wars 2\Cohrerent Dumps\ C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Guild Wars 2\GFXSettings.Gw2-64.exe.xml C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Guild Wars 2\Local.dat C:\Users\username\Documents\Guild Wars 2\S
  5. This. One of the reasons I almost always exclusively play male characters is how unpleasant the weapons look on the women in GW2 (as they are all ridiculously oversized, plus the weapons-drawn stances look weird, especially when wielding a greatsword).
  6. I know exactly what you meant, really. What I was trying to say is that your FPS are rarely synchronous to your monitor's refresh rate. Hence, FPS and Hertz cannot be used synonymously.
  7. Perhaps it is just me, but I feel like all of the new elite specs' main issue is that exactly.
  8. I was having a similar issue earlier, which also could be solved by a simple restart: https://i.imgur.com/BsBvpbq.jpg I then went to delete the Local.dat in addition to clearing the cache earlier and haven't run into another bug since.
  9. Yes, instantly (and without flickering or any other issues for that matter). 🙂 You need to install ReShade's DX10/11 version, which will generate a dxgi.dll instead of a d3d9.dll. While the latter needs to be placed in the bin64 folder, the former stays in the game's main directory (make sure you remove the d3d9.dll and any related files when you are using the DX10/11 version). Make sure you install the latest version of ReShade. You will be able to choose which effects you want to have installed, including what SweetFX has to offer. I recommend you only install the effects you reall
  10. Those files are not located in the game's installation folder, though. You never explicitly said that you did delete those files, so... woman*, her* 😉 ... and thank you for the support.
  11. I have no idea, since you are only venting and not really answering any questions. I am sorry, but I cannot read minds.
  12. If you had add-ons installed, you need to make sure they have been properly uninstalled. When the engine changes, it can't hurt to delete the Local.dat and the game's caches - that only takes 30 seconds, which is hardly "wasting time." I think you are misinterpreting the connection between frames produced and images generated.
  13. FPS and Hertz are still not the same thing. One describes how many frames are rendered per second by your graphics card, the other how often your screen refreshes per minute.
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