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  1. So it's finally here after several years, what do you think? Was it the worth wait or are you disappointed? Several websites have released performance and image quality data for the game. I found EuroGamer's Digital Foundry did the best job of it since they have a custom program that shows the differences in real time using video. You can watch the video here: Here's an example of a performance review from Guru3D that has some charts to look over: For performance optimizations, especially if you are using an AMD video card, it is recommended to adjust God Rays. For example, if you have an AMD GPU, the best way to get 60 fps at 1080p if you have a midrange card like the 290x is to keep God Rays on Low and then go to the CCC and set tessellation to 8x. If you are an NVIDIA card owner with GTX 970, you can set God Rays to high and you should be able to sustain 60 fps stable. Adjust accordingly if you have lower or higher tier cards from each company. Here's a gameplay video I made today when playing, I'd like to see what you guys have done in-game w/some pictures + vids as well:
  2. When Fallout 4 was first released, we saw a huge deficit between NVIDIA and AMD in performance and many attempted to blame GameWorks for AMD's performance issues with the game. Many (including myself) maintained that it was an issue with AMD drivers needing a revision to bring performance parity rather than NVIDIA or Bethesda sabotaging AMD hardware. Now ten days later we have the following results, courtesy of OC3D: I hope this serves as a lesson that when properly motivated, AMD can develop drivers that address performance deficits in DX 11 games and that it isn't always GameWorks fault.
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