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Hey Reflexers, this is just a quick issue that im having, and that hopefully noone else is, that i wanted to point out and hopefully someone is going to help me fix it! I haven't been able to play reflex properly lately because since i changed pc it hasn't been running as smooth as i'd like it specs: Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080, Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6800K CPU @ 3.4GHz, 16 GB of ram, 64 bit OS and x64 processor As you probably can tell specs look very good, i've been able to run the new DOOM at max GFX with 120-180 fps but on reflex i get a very wonky framerate, a lot of frame spikes, especially in big ca games and big maps, by taking a look at r_profiler 1 the CPU seems to bottleneck a lot because it keeps on jumping up to 100. Anyway the game gets decent framerates at times but the variation is way to large and the choppiness of it really pulls me off of playing it, altho i'd love to. Any suggestions on how to fix this? I'd really appreciate any help, Thanks in advance and sorry to bother you!
Woeste Wessel posted a question in SupportMy gf tried to play reflex the other day on her laptop. And she got like 30 FPS. She has a Dell E6410 with these specs. The only difference is that she has an SSD and 8 GB RAM. We set everything (gfx-wise) on low and changed the resolution to 640x480. Only then she was able to get 30 FPS. For comparison (and because playing reflex together wasn't really gonna work), we tried Quake live. There she got +-84 FPS @1440x900 (native) (with r_enablepostprocess "1"; I know setting it to 0 gives a huge performance boost on crappy machines, so I guess we still had room to improve those 84 FPS). Now maybe quake works entirely different than reflex, but I was sort of expecting she could run this. Reflex runs very smooth on my own machine (+-500 FPS @1920x1080 on medium gfx-settings). So I was wondering: 1) What are the settings that are (most) important when your hardware is crap? 2) Are there any console commands we might try? 3) Maybe other tips? (we haven't tried to disable windows aero etc. for example, and I don't know what powercfg setting she is using) Other info: Map we tried: simplicity OS: Windows 8.1 x64 enterprise.
If i play on a server, and get connection issues (not anything on my side, i think), my framerate slowly drops from 125, my standard fps, all the way down to 1fps. The framerate returns to 125 when i disconnect from the server, or if the connection issues stops.