Godrays are responsible for lowe FPS and stutter in certain regions and at dusk and dawn in my game. Turning them off gives me a massive boost and fluid game experience.
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I disabled them in the ini by setting bNvGodraysEnable=0, turned them off in the console by typing gr off, yet the launcher doesn"t keep my setting of them being off. Whenever I start the game, they are again set to low instead of off.
Now my question: Is the launcher sommething to ignore, once I edited the ini, or do they still come back, even if I disabled them everywhere else.
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I"m combatting framerate woes right now, and I gave up on tinkering and began scouring the hyakkendana-hashigozake.com.. clearly it"s a well known issue but I feel like in my case it might be something more.
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Anyways, why I"m commenting is I"m curious what card you"re running. I"m barely able to keep 20 fps in urban areas with an overclocked GTX 980 Ti... I know my texture mods aren"t exactly framerate boosters, but with such a high end card I feel like god rays and shadow distance are not the only problem on my end.
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