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medibrbou posted a topic in General DiscussionsHello Techland Developpers I Appreciate your hard work to deliver the best of Dying light experience But me, as an AMD User have a very hard time to play this Amazing Game So Please, Give us the required Patch to Play Many people are waiting!! And Thanks!
Hello Techland team I patched the game to 1.2.1 but my FPS aren't really better and it is still stuttering with my â€œNvida Geforce 780 SLI (overclocked)â€, â€œIntel Core i7 3820 4.2Ghz (overclocked)â€ and "16GB RAM" system. They are jumping around at 48 â€“ 92 and change like crazy depending where I'm looking. 1920x1080 144hz viewing distance: 0% shadow quality: high fov: +7 (everything else maxed out) I tried to lower all sorts of options, everything at the lowest etc. but the FPS can't move up in a playable/enjoyable minimum of 60 + FPS. I saw some videos with people using the 970 in SLI and they are getting a lot better performance than my system, their FPS are around 70 â€“ 135. But this can't be normal because my 780 SLI and their 970 SLI are normaly on the same level with the performance. So there must be some kind of issue with the CPU or the multi GPU settings in game. (looked my CPU while playing up after the patch there is not one single core maxed out), Is therefore a patch in planning? I read something about a planned multi GPU performance patch incoming? (Want to play this game sooo badly but at the same time not with these FPS drops and stutters making my eyes dizzy ...) Here my complete System: http://www.sysprofile.de/id167859 Greetings from Germany
Hi y'all! So, alot of ppl, based on reviews and my own experience, are having troubles running the PC version of Dying Light with their AMD graphics cards. My piece is the recommended AMD R9280 with 3GB GDDR5. A brand new one, picked from a store today, with adequate drivers. The FPS varies, as does anyone else's. Mine is usually 50-60 inside and around 20-30 outside, with high settings and no extra turned on. ESPECIALLY the view distance seems to affect this, alot. Hopefully Techland looks into this thing soon.. Anyone else having same kind of issues? Are Nvidia cards doing that much better?
Hello, i have multiple problems with the steam version of dying light, My specs, graphic settings and temperatures are as follows: - Windows 7 Pro - i5 2500k @ 4.3Ghz - AMD 7970 3Gb -Omega 14.12 Driver - 8Gb DDR3 Corsair Vengeance - Resolution - 1920x1080 - Vsync - off - Texture Quality - High - Shadow Map Size - Medium - Foliage Quality - Medium - View Distance - Exactly Middle - Ambient Occlusion - Off - Nvidia HBAO+ - Off - Nvidia Depth of Field - Off - Motion Blur - Off - Antialiasing - Off Temps CPU 38 - 41 C GPU 43 - 57 C From monitoring my FPS/Temperatures/Usage i can tell you that the fps difference between my current settings and everything aside from the two Nvidia settings maxed out is around 6 - 8 fps I have set my graphics lower in order that i never drop beneath 35 fps and rarely drop beneath 40. My Fps does fluctuate from 128 to 37 but mostly sits between 75 to 37 Aside from the usual fluctuating of fps i also see texture popping and even worse, textures that have not loaded if i speed run through an area on occasion! Containers, roads, clothing, items and some buildings fail to load textures for up to 10 seconds which is just god awful to the eyes, blurry mess. The game also suffers from Audio looping and freezing, when loading the game up the main menu music will 8/10 times freeze and destroy my ears. When talking to NPCs and during cutscenes the sound will freeze and or loop whilst the video will continue to play uninterrupted, this will continue until after the cutscene i press Esc and then continue playing with normal sound, but then Lo and behold any cutscenes afterwards will be silent, and lip reading AI isn't a skill set i possess. I have tried to rectify my problems above by first verifying integrity, 100% Verified no change. Uninstalling game and reinstalling - No effect Unchecked all processors in Affinity and then rechecking, this gives me 5 Fps more and game has less dramatic drops. I have also had my save reverted back to around 12% completion even after i quit after an autosave. So as it seems i have very much drawn the short straw on this occasion, usually i manage to evade most problems gamers have with new games. I have since downloaded anothargh copy of the game which does not have any of the problems mentioned above, The FPS is far more stable, I can max it out with smooth FPS, No audio freezing/looping issues and no texture popping. So im baffled as to why the steam version does not work when others do. To conclude, aside from the issues that i have experienced i have enjoyed the game so far and look forward to the release of the highly anticipated patch. *Edit* I also found a building near the tower that you can't climb onto, you can jump onto the ledge of the roof but once you pull yourself up an invisible wall prevents you from moving any further on the roof, you simply fall off, When i get home i will find the exact building and post its location. *Edit Edit* Loading screens also take forever and then sometimes practically instant, this didn't happen the first few hours of the game but now its fairly common.