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Forsakengamer posted a topic in Performance & Connection IssuesI had some problems with lags and flickering. this is what i did I run 6850k, 32gb ram, M.2 sdd, crossfire 480 and only got 30fps... - updated driver - set game to low/medium - Fullscreen - switched from 3440x1440p to 2560x1080p When i did this i got 60-90fps and thats very nice for this game that is so poorly optimized. BUT:!! when i did this i got horrible light flickering and after trying several things i found out that the crossfire was the judas here. Open Radeon control panel - Game - Pubg profile - Turn off crossfire. Now i got the same FPS and no flickering. (This maybe works for SLI- nvidia also)
SKREFI posted a topic in GameplayDo I have to say anything else ?
Date Seen: Bug was present since the game was released. Server: Live Server Error Message: None Other Information: Using low resolutions like 720p or 900p causes the crosshair to fade, making the dot the only thing I see Troubleshooting Attempted: I tried finding the resolution that could make the crosshair visible, but unfortunately the maximum resolution my monitor can go is 1600x900, I only upscaled my monitor to see how it would look in 1680x1050 and the crosshair was very visible. Launch Options: None System Specifications: Operating System: Windows 8.1 64bit Graphics Card: GTX 750 Ti CPU: I5-4440 Ram: 8GB DDR3 Video:
Hi! When looking through sights, 4x - 15x, the vision gets blurred extremly if you zoom in a specific cardinal direction. (look attachted pic) This makes it impossible to see what is on the crosshair, makes it pretty much useless to sniper in that direction. I thought maybe it's there because of tactical possibilities.. like if you know the enemy sniper can't see well in a specific direction, you will move over there to have an advantage. But that is not the case! I tested it with a friend in Duos, and he said for him the blur was in the exact different direction than for me at the same moment. It's totally fine that there is a light-reflection on the lens. But it should not be that extreme, that you cant even see your crosshair! Thanks.