I recently updated my computer (Acer VX5-591G laptop - i7 7700HQ; GTX 1050ti; 16GB RAM), expecting to play ROF in its full glory, with max settings (as I know this rig can manage), but was intrigued when the memory usage was WAY beyond 100% (800% to be exact) and it barely managed to maintain 50fps, dropping to 35-45fps near cities and at low altitudes. I tried downgrading some of the settings (i.e. disable supersambling, bloom, HDR, reflections, texture filtering, etc)
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Although I could clock 60fps most of the time, it still drops to 50-55fps near cities and at low altitudes.
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I searched every forum you can imagine and tried all the different "fixes", but couldn't fix the issue. I even tried overclocking my GPU using MSI Afterburner, but I think it's irrelevant, as the GPU usage stays at around 30-40%.
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And YES, I made sure the game is using the NVIDIA card, not the integrated graphics.
What do you think it's happening here? Am I mistaken and my current rig just can't take maxed-out ROF? Is it bottlenecking? Bad optimization? Am I supposed to accept my laptop can't run a 2009 game, even though I can run Battlefield 1 at constant 60 fps with some of the settings in ultra? It's frustrating, man...
I'll even attach my NVIDIA Control Panel settings to check if there's something wrong with them.
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Desligado - Off
Ligado - On
Controlado por aplicativo - Application-controlled
Nenhum - None
Permitir - Allow
Alto desempenho - High Performance
Preferência por desempenho máximo - Prefer maximum performance
Thank you very much, kind reader, for your time and support.