Nvidia Optimization through Nvidia inspector

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  1. Saevio Vehemens

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    Been playing around with NV inspector and think I've found a combination of settings that should help improve stability and performance. I'd like to see if anyone can play around with this and maybe post settings that are working for them.

    For now, you can get nvidia inspector here: https://nvidiaprofileinspector.com/download-nvidia-profile-inspector/

    for the settings that are working well for me put the following xml into a "Shroud of the Avatar.nip" file and import into inspector.
    I based this off of settings being used for other "Unity" games that are out there.

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16"?>
    <ArrayOfProfile>
      <Profile>
        <ProfileName>Shroud of the Avatar</ProfileName>
        <Executeables>
          <string>shroud of the avatar.exe</string>
        </Executeables>
        <Settings>
          <ProfileSetting>
            <SettingNameInfo>Texture filtering - Trilinear optimization</SettingNameInfo>
            <SettingID>3066610</SettingID>
            <SettingValue>0</SettingValue>
            <ValueType>Dword</ValueType>
          </ProfileSetting>
          <ProfileSetting>
            <SettingNameInfo>Texture filtering - Quality</SettingNameInfo>
            <SettingID>13510289</SettingID>
            <SettingValue>20</SettingValue>
            <ValueType>Dword</ValueType>
          </ProfileSetting>
          <ProfileSetting>
            <SettingNameInfo>Texture filtering - Anisotropic sample optimization</SettingNameInfo>
            <SettingID>15151633</SettingID>
            <SettingValue>1</SettingValue>
            <ValueType>Dword</ValueType>
          </ProfileSetting>
          <ProfileSetting>
            <SettingNameInfo>Memory Allocation Policy</SettingNameInfo>
            <SettingID>286335539</SettingID>
            <SettingValue>2</SettingValue>
            <ValueType>Dword</ValueType>
          </ProfileSetting>
          <ProfileSetting>
            <SettingNameInfo>Threaded optimization</SettingNameInfo>
            <SettingID>549528094</SettingID>
            <SettingValue>1</SettingValue>
            <ValueType>Dword</ValueType>
          </ProfileSetting>
          <ProfileSetting>
            <SettingNameInfo />
            <SettingID>2156231208</SettingID>
            <SettingValue>1</SettingValue>
            <ValueType>Dword</ValueType>
          </ProfileSetting>
        </Settings>
      </Profile>
    </ArrayOfProfile>
    here are my specs though
    OS: Windows 10 (10.0.0) 64bit
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz (16) System RAM: 65465
    GPU: NVIDIA TITAN RTX(x2) GPU RAM: 24152
    SotA.Win.64.1008.Date.07.10.19
     
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    Personnal settings might work on your computer because of X hardware but might not on other computer because of different hardware.
     
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    Added specs to post, still might be neat if we find some things that are working to help improve the experience.
     
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    If HIS specifications don't perform perfectly, something is wrong with this engine.
     
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    Those settings are also possible to set through the control panel, why is this so different?
     
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    There are some much more intriguing settings in this program. For example, you can prevent a program from using more than 95% of your GPU, saving 5% for windows. You can lock the FPS at a desired level. There are a ton of cool settings to play with.
     
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    See that’s ur issue ur graphics card/s are below spec
     
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    How can those cards be below spec? Better than mine, or are you being sarcastic?

    I have issues as well and would love to come up with a stable fix...
     
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    My build is...

    OS: Windows 10 (10.0.0) 64bit
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz (16) System RAM: 32706
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPU RAM: 8010

    I would greatly appreciative feedback on what settings should be to help stabilize my system. My system freezes up at random times for no apparent reason, only while SOTA is running...no blue screen, etc.; just graphics freeze in place and PC no longer responds in any way.
     
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    Umm yea sarcastic a single titan is the best card made and he has two of them.

    Thought the sarcasm was obvious sorry.
     
  11. Saevio Vehemens

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    Geaux , You've been bitten by the faulty 2080 card bug. Contact Nvidia (or whatever graphics company yours is) and get a replacement before warranty expires or exchange at place of purchase. This is a known issue with Nvidia 2080 cards. They are sending out pcb with micron or samsung memory modules. The ones with micron are artifacting and freezing. There is no other solution than replacing the hardware.



    https://forums.evga.com/Anyone-stil...tifacts-freeze-with-rtx-2080-ti-m2871410.aspx
     
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