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Are you playing SE or Oldrim? If you are playing Oldrim, I don't understand how you are getting past the 4GB VRAM limit. Maybe your VRAM monitor is detecting VRAM usage for applications in addition to Oldrim?

 

There's been some noise on Reddit about the possibility of Microsoft patching the DX 9 limitation out of Win 8 and Win 10 but, as someone else put it, it might just be vaporware.

 

Finally! I will try it today, hope it really works with the new preview build.



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Helixien

LeddBate, on 23 Jun 2017 - 5:29 PM, said:snapback.png

Are you playing SE or Oldrim? If you are playing Oldrim, I don't understand how you are getting past the 4GB VRAM limit. Maybe your VRAM monitor is detecting VRAM usage for applications in addition to Oldrim?

 

There's been some noise on Reddit about the possibility of Microsoft patching the DX 9 limitation out of Win 8 and Win 10 but, as someone else put it, it might just be vaporware.

 

Finally! I will try it today, hope it really works with the new preview build.

 

 

Just curious what your results/thoughts were on the beta release of Windows 10 build 16232?


Edited by austingravity, 23 July 2017 - 06:50 PM.


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Hello everyone. I have a topic  here on nexus just about the test build. Please feel free to comment as I, as well as others, are trying to get an idea about it. I have a screenshot link showing 16gb result from dx9 vram test tool in front of my system info showing windows 10. The more people involved giving opinions will benefit us all as a gaming community.

https://forums.nexus...has-been-fixed/



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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has fixed the Vram Limit for Direct x9 now. I recommend updating it! Hopefully there will be no more problems for it anymore



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This fix is available for users who have upgraded to the company’s Latest Operating System Windows 10 and version 1709, Fall Creators Update.







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