So I installed ENBoost (http://www.nexusmods...out4/mods/332/?) and everything worked fine, got a nice solid frame rate most of the time, but there are still problems that ENBoost didn't fix and I can't figure out hw to fix it myself;
I just recently managed to make my color adjustment from the NVIDIA control panel persistent, even with fullscreen gaming (before it would always turn off when starting a fullscreen appllication).
How I did it:
So I changed Fallout 4 from borderless to fullscreen, disabled all vsync ingame/in enblocal and forced VSync via NVIDIA control panel (tripple buffer=off, prerendered frames=1).
This made my game much smoother so dips down to 50 fps wouldn't cause stutter like they did in borderless (even after I installed ENBoost).
But then again this left me with the known bug that in fullscreen mode you get terrible microstutters (not hardware related->persistent at 60fps) when strafing/circling.
The two fixes for this, that I found were turning to borderless (want to avoid that) which gives me an overall more 'stuttery' experience or to add the line 'iFPSClamp=60' under [General] in the fallout4.ini but a lot of people report fps bugs with that (being stuck at terminal, slowdown etc.).
So atm I'm not able to find a proper workaround using;
-RivaTuner -> capping the frames at 60 for windowed borderless -> not so smooth feeling,
-ENBoost using fpscap and or forcevsync in enblocal.ini -> same results as with RivaTuner/ingame VSync (slightly better fps than with ingame VSync),
-NVIDIA VSync (tripple buffer off, prerendered frames=1),
-ingame VSync (ipresentInterval), borderless windowed/fullscreeen mode
All got major advantages and disadvantages.
So, is somebody here able to run this game full screen without micro stutters?
Edited by SooperWood, 21 November 2015 - 03:05 AM.