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Mandel95

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So I've gotten my Fallout NV game to a load order that behaves well and doesn't crash.
The question I have is for people's FPS rates.

I can get 60 sometimes, but more often than not, my game lingers around 50-45 range.
I haven't played much on it yet, but is it like this for everyone?
is it something as simple as a limitation of the game engine?|

I have all sorts of stability mods and ini edits and have spent much time tending to it, but my frames are not at a good 60 like vanilla NV is.

Is this inescapable?

How have you dealt with your FPS?

Thanks.



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I have a very simple solution.  I play the game and not worry about FPS. 

 

I am not in a competition to see how many FPS I can get, I'm just having fun.



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That's a worthless answer.

 

@OP, Gonna need your specs and what you're running with. If you've got an ENB, they can impact the framerate quite heavily. My Vega 56 at 1440p would go down to the 30s with my preset, in intense scenes.



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@FiftyTifty:

 

A constant 45-50 fps and sometime 60 is fine for playing a game.  It is certainly better than what you are getting.  That is why the OP shouldn't worry about it and just play the game.

Since the human eye see 30-60fps and the OP is getting a constant 45-50FPS, why worry about getting more?  Just enjoy the game.







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