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Ajintse added a topic in GeneralHousing QuestionsHi all,
I'm sure somewhere on this site there is a guide or an article where I could find my answers. But I can't find it.
From what I've understand is that you buy housing stuff from the Store. With real money. Is there an option to collect / earn / receive stuff for Housing in game? I mean, I love housings but I don't see that it's worth it to buy stuff with real money just for housing. If i can craft things for housing would be awesome.
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Ajintse added a topic in General[Advanced] NVIDIA All-in-one performance guide (Fps, Lag, Stutter issues) *Long Guide*Hi all,
I would like to share my research (not my very own) with you guys. To improve game performance especially for BDO.
This is for NVIDIA graphics cards but can be usable for AMD cards too. *Not the NVIDIA settings*
* I run BDO with max settings on 130-144 FPS. Even in cities and crowded places. Sometimes it drops below 120. *
I will make some screenshots today later.
CPU: i7-4790k 5Ghz
GPU: GTX 1080 2.2Ghz
RAM: 16GB 3Ghz
Network Interface: 1Gbps
Network speed: 500/500 Mbit
Some stuff we need to know:
1. Game priority
2. GPU usage
3. GPU throttle
1. Game priority is very low on this one. So your GPU will use only its default clock on (Minimal).
2. GPU usage, from NVIDIA Settings. The GPU doesn't force its maximum performance. *It does not*
3. GPU throttle? No throttle. It's basically not enough Power. Not enough juice.
What we need to do is (trick) the game / GPU to force its maximum performance.
How? Well, EVGA guys have an option to use K-BOOST. I don't have EVGA, I do have STRIX. So that K-Boost option isn't available.
But I want to FORCE my GPU to have a maximum clock rate at any time. You can't do this on PASCAL cards, yet.
So on your GTX 980 you can make a custom bios. But this is not the case.
Now we are going to do some adjustments.
Before we start.
I have monitored my GPU behaviour and my systems. My GTX 1080 was running on 1.6Ghz Core Clock with BDO. After applying these configurations, It was on 2.2Ghz. A huge difference. But how?! Well, my GPU is overclocked *Boost Clock* to 2.2Ghz. Default (base clock) is 1.6Ghz. This game almost ran on 1.6Ghz everytime even with Overclock. So these tweaks actually cranks up your GPU by tricking to run on MAX Performance. That's all. And some other tweaks.
And make sure you BACK-UP your register first!
Anisotropic Filtering --- 16x (max)
Antialising - Mode --- Override the Application Setting
Antialising - Setting --- 4x
Antialising - Transparency --- Multisample
Power Management Mode --- Prefer Maximum Performance
Shader Cache --- ON
Texture Filtering - Anisotropic Sample Optimisation --- ON
Texture Filtering - Negative LOD Bias --- Clamp
Texture Filtering - Quality --- High Performance
Texture Filtering - Trilinear Optimisation --- On
Triple Buffing --- On
Vertical Sync --- FAST or ON *I have it on FAST with my 144Ghz Monitor*
Network Throttling Index Gaming Tweak
Works with all current versions of Windows from Vista to 8.1/10/2012 Server.
Windows implements a network throttling mechanism to restrict the processing of non-multimedia network traffic to 10 packets per millisecond (a bit over 100 Mbits/second). The idea behind such throttling is that processing of network packets can be a resource-intensive task, and it may need to be throttled to give prioritized CPU access to multimedia programs. In some cases, such as Gigabit networks and some online games, for example, it is beneficial to turn off such throttling all together for achieving maximum throughput.
"NetworkThrottlingIndex"=dword:ffffffff (DWORD, default: 10, recommended: 10 for media sharing, ffffffff for gaming and max throughput, valid range: 1 through 70 decimal or ffffffff to completely disable throttling)
It is only recommended to change this setting in saturated Gigabit LAN environments, where you do not want to give priority to multimedia playback.
Reportedly, disabling throttling by using ffffffff can also help reduce ping spikes in some online games. Games that may be affected by this throttling: Source Engine games (TF2, Left 4 Dead, CS:S), HoN, CoD, Overlord series.
System Responsiveness Gaming Tweak
Exists in all versions of Windows from Vista to 8.1/10/2012 Server.
Multimedia applications use the "Multimedia Class Scheduler" service (MMCSS) to ensure prioritized access to CPU resources, without denying CPU resources to lower-priority background applications. This reserves 20% of CPU by default for background processes, your multimedia streaming and some games can only utilize up to 80% of the CPU. This setting, in combination with the "NetworkThrottlingIndex" can help some games and video streaming. We recommend reducing the reserved CPU for background processes from the default of 20%.
"SystemResponsiveness"=dword:00000000 (default: 20, recommended: decimal 10 for general applications, 0 for pure gaming/streaming)
Note: In Server operating systems (Windows 2008/2012 Server), SystemResponsiveness is set to 100 by default, denoting that background services should take priority over any multimedia applications.
More Gaming Tweaks
This section includes gaming-specific tweaks not listed in our general tweaking articles (and not implemented by the TCP Optimizer).
In the same Registry hive as the above two tweaks, you can also change the priority of Games, compared to other types of traffic. These tweaks only affect games that communicate with e Multimedia Class Scheduler Service (MMCSS). Below is a list of the settings and default/recommended values:
"Affinity"=dword:00000000 (DWORD, default: 0, recommended: 0. Both 0x00 and 0xFFFFFFFF indicate that processor affinity is not used)
"Background Only"="False" (REG_SZ, default: "False", recommended: "False", possible values are True or False). Indicates whether this is a background task.
"Clock Rate"=dword:00002710 (DWORD, default: 2710, recommended: 2710). The maximum guaranteed clock rate the system uses if a thread joins disk task, in 100-nanosecond intervals.
"GPU Priority"=dword:00000008 (DWORD, default: 2, recommended: 8. range: 0-31). The GPU priority. Not used in Windows XP and 2003.
"Priority"=dword:00000002 (DWORD, default: 2, recommended: leave alone if using "Scheduling Category" below, set to 6 otherwise for gaming, possible values are 1-8). The task priority, ranging from 1(low) to 8(high). Note for tasks with Scheduling Category of "High", this value is always treated as 2.
"Scheduling Category"="High" (REG_SZ, default: "Medium", recommended: "High". possible values: Low, Medium, High)
"SFIO Priority"="High" (REG_SZ, default: "Normal", recommended: "High") The scheduled I/O priority, possible values are Idle, Low, Normal, or High.
TCP Optimizer (Network optimization)
While the SG TCP Optimizer is designed to give you the best possible throughput online, it can also help improve your gaming experience. There are, however a few subtle differences when optimizing for throughput/file transfer vs. gaming/reduced latency.
To tweak your system for the best possible gaming performance, please follow these steps:
1. Apply the Optimal Settings
In the TCP Optimizer, set your advertised internet speed, choose the "optimal" settings, and "Apply" them (you can postpone the reboot for now).
2. Set Network Throttling Index (This also can be set from Regedit)
In the "Advanced" tab of the Optimizer, set the "Gaming Tweak - Network Throttling Index":
SystemResponsiveness: gaming: 0
3. Disable Naggling (This also can be set from Regedit)
In the "Advanced" tab, set the "Gaming Tweak - Disable Nagle's Algorithm":
4. Apply the Optimizer settings and reboot when prompted.
Simple things we forget. Or maybe not.
Set your Power Management on Max Performance. We did this in the NVIDIA Settings. But we have to do this on Windows too.
This guide is totally safe because I do confirm. It cannot harm your PC. But before you do some tweaks in Regedit. Please make a backup if you don't like the outcome.
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