Originally Posted by Chris Ihao
Tried adding it to the Crysis 3 profile as well, but no dice. Almost no action on gpu 2 for me. You merely add the exe in the bin64 folder, right? Dont think I'm doing anything wrong here. Sure you dont have AFR enabled still? Personally I feel that the AFR works as it should, judged by the gpu usage that comes up close to 100%, for me at least. But hey, things sometimes work differently.
As I said to Chris over steam, so others can see what I did. First time I tried adding SC.exe to the Crysis 3 profile it did not work, and then I went on adding SC to nvidia control panel and then forcing AFR2, this worked but it was not smooth. So I tried some days later, where I first went in to the nvidia cp. again and then reset profile to stock, I then deleted it. Went back into Nvidia inspector and added SC to C3 profile, hit apply and now it works! So I don't know why it suddenly worked, but if you can't get it working try some times and see if you can get it working.
Originally Posted by gtarmanrob
how are you monitoring GPU usage and FPS in-game? what program?
Using Msi Afterburner, but OSD does not show inside the game, so I can either alt-tab or check stats after I quit the game. For FPS I use fraps!
Originally Posted by MotoX62
This game has got the one feature that seems to be overlooked by almost all games. You can look down while in first person and see you legs. I hate it when you look down and you are just floating arms. Lol
I didn't even think of it before you said it, guess it just felt natural to see your own legs hehe.. But it is a nice addition, so few games have this today.
Originally Posted by MotoX62
I noticed today in the hangar module that I have a purple like border that is hard to see unless looking at the concrete. It seems to be all around leaving a square in the center. It is giving a reddish tint to everything. Did a quick search and only found people who use hdmi on Tvs with a similar issue. This is the only game I have ever scene it on. Thoughts?
I know you can get the same on pc monitors with HDMI, I have seen it my self. Although I personally always use DVI on my computer.
If you are not using HDMI, I would try to reset overclock on gpu to stock settings and see if that affects it in any way (even if it's stable in all other games), or it could be high temperature on the gpu. So you could try to force 100% fan for a moment and see if that gives any results too.
I now tested the performance and feel more after I switched over to the Crysis 3 profile trick, I gained 10-20fps and the game feels a lot smoother! Gpu usage is lower than before though, as when I forced AFR2 I had between 96-99% all the time, I now have 80-98%, but mostly at 85-95% usage on both cards. So lower usage and higher fps Edited by go4life - 9/4/13 at 4:13pm