Slick wrote on Jan 18, 2021, 05:02:
SlimRam wrote on Jan 18, 2021, 00:22:
ColoradoHoudini wrote on Jan 17, 2021, 13:02:
still no issues here and loving the game
Same. I'm playing it on an i7-10750h laptop w/ 16 gigs of ram and a RTX 2060 (6GB GDDR6) w/ 1 TB ssd an I've had enough glitches to count on maybe 2 hands. It hasn't crashed once and I've put almost 70 hours into it (trying to do all the quests in the game). I count myself lucky I suppose because I honestly haven't seen 99% of the problems people are reporting???
Hey, I bought a laptop on Black Friday that almost exactly matches your specs, can you share your rough settings for CP 2077, and the framereate please? Super interested to see how that CPU and GPU perform, and if you''ve bothered turning any RT effects on. IMO with a controller anything over like 40-45 FPS most of the time is perfectly playable.
Sure, I fiddle with some of the settings but mainly let Geforce Experience handle it.
Ambient Occlusion = high
Anisotropy = 16
Cascaded Shadows Range = high
Cascaded Shadows Resolution = high
Color Precision = high
Contact Shadows = on
Depth of Field = on
Display Mode = fullscreen
Improved Facial Lighting Geometry = off
Level of Detail = high
Local Shadow Mesh Quality = high
Local Shadow Quality = high
Max Dynamic Decals = ultra
Mirror Quality = high
Resolution = 1920x1080
Screen Space Reflection Quality = ultra
Subsurface Scattering Quality = high
Texture Quality = high
Volumetric Cloud Quality = medium
Volumetric Fog Resolution = high
rtx dlss = ultra performance
rtx Ray Traced Lighting = medium
rtx Ray Traced Reflections = on
rtx Ray Traced Shadows = on
rtx Ray Tracing = on
In city I get about 40 - 55 fps
Outside the city I get about 55 - 70 fps
Yep it's totally playable This comment was edited on Jan 18, 2021, 09:07.
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