SLI-756 said:No way am i lowering candy levels, i'll just wait for fix and finish crysis 3.
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Tomas.Jarri said:NVIDIA AND GAME PUBLISHERS/DEVELOPERS DIDNT TEST THEIR GAMES BEFORE RELEASE. EVERY GAME GOES LIKE **** AFTER RELEASE. NFS MW NEEDS 3 MONTHS FOR NORMALY PLAY AT HIGHEND MACHINES. SAD THAT THIS IS GLOBAL COMPANYS AND WE CANT DO ANYTHING ABOUT THIS, JUST DONT BUY THEIR PRODUCTS.
Daz1967 said:Tomas.Jarri said:NVIDIA AND GAME PUBLISHERS/DEVELOPERS DIDNT TEST THEIR GAMES BEFORE RELEASE. EVERY GAME GOES LIKE **** AFTER RELEASE. NFS MW NEEDS 3 MONTHS FOR NORMALY PLAY AT HIGHEND MACHINES. SAD THAT THIS IS GLOBAL COMPANYS AND WE CANT DO ANYTHING ABOUT THIS, JUST DONT BUY THEIR PRODUCTS.
Shouting aside (has your Capslock key become stuck or something?), I agree that the number of games that launch with major issues is becoming a concern for me as someone who buys them on Day One not several months later when all the patches and drivers have been released to support the game. NFS: Most Wanted was god-awful on my system for months and was only fixed last month, long after I'd stopped playing it. That just isn't good enough. I really do feel like I'm beta testing a lot of PC games to be honest, which I wouldn't mind if I hadn't paid for the games!!!
Reevsie147 said:+1 to this thread.
Issues seem limited to the 6xx series cards (and the 580?) with Tessellation switched on. The opening "cave sequence" runs flawlessly but as soon as you go outside the game crashes approx every 2 mins.
I can confirm that disabling tessellation seems to fix the issue but obviously has a substantial impact on graphics quality.
There are now hundreds of reports of this on the steam forums (http://steamcommunity.com/app/203160/discussions/0/846946775328367480/ and http://steamcommunity.com/app/203160/discussions/0/846946775328659910/) and also a couple on the official TR forums (http://forums.eidosgames.com/showthread.php?t=133902)
It seems most people are using the 314.07 WHQL drivers but some people have reported some success with the 310.90 drivers (clean install)
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Tomas.Jarri said:Daz1967 said:I dont buy highend machine because of I cant play on high settings any game because is bad optimalized.
It is because PC games are not well optimized, why I have a high-end system! I need all this power so I can run all the lazy console ports! ;)
Daz1967 said:I dont buy highend machine because of I cant play on high settings any game because is bad optimalized.
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