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  1. I've recently started playing New Vegas again and im loving it. But it suddenly just stopped working. Everytime id start a game (new or loaded) it would crash. I've tried for hours trying to fix the problem, because i thought a mod was causing the issue. I even uninstalled all mods and redownloaded the entire game, but it still crashed. Thats when i remembered a Windows update between my last time playing NV and now. After some research google confirmed that it was indeed the new Windows 10 Update that made Fallout NV (and apparently even Fallout 3) unplayable, if you have an Nvidia Card with a driver newer than version 368.81. After rolling back to that driver and and installing the fresh beta version of New Vegas Anti Crash my game worked just fine again. I don't know if rolling back the driver is enough on its own, because i did both together, but if you do both you should be good. I'm writing this in the hope to save someones time, because its not a well known issue (afaik), but a very confusing and annoying one. Greetings
  2. apparently it will be released today
  3. Hello! The topic below is just me really asking you guys how you feel about the new Pascal architecture, how it applies to me, if it applies to you, and if anyone has any opinions on it and G-sync monitors, etc. The Current Build Currently have a supreme PC I bought back in 2011 that is essentially still...somehow...a monster of a machine. The dual 670's might sound outdated now but believe me, they've brought me all the way up to The Witcher 3 with many things on Ultra and some on High. A bit of a side note that may cause controversy: I find it pathetic that a game such as the Witcher 3 can look so good and run so well on my build but Fallout 4 can't even look nearly as complex and was a wake up call to me that I need a new PC because most games aren't optimized like the Witcher 3. The Dream Build It's going to be a Falcon Northwest, Talon, a mid sized tower with plenty of room to upgrade and a 3-year warranty. I know I know...why not build it on your own!? Why not save 20-30% and learn to build your own PC? Well it all comes down to time and I don't have a lot of it to spare building a PC nor do I have the level of patience anymore with dealing with any issues that may arise. I would love to learn how to build a new PC since I am rusty, but I just don't care enough to deal with the issues. Now that that is out of the way...the build will be something akin to this but most likely more powerful since it'll be built in Q2 or Q3 of 2016. System Details Chipset Intel® X99 Motherboard Asus® X99 Deluxe Processor Intel® Core™ i7 5820K 3.6GHz Processor Cooler Asetek® Liquid Cooling - Talon Memory 16GB - 4x4GB - 2133MHz - DDR4 Video Card NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 980 Ti 6GB Video Card 2 NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 980 Ti 6GB Sound Card On-Board Audio Networking On-Board Ethernet Operating System Drive Micron® M600 SSD 512GB Optical Drive Asus® 16x DVD Writer 64-Bit Operating System Microsoft® Windows 10 Home Pascal Architecture Now I know currently dual 980's at that size GB would blow any game away but is anyone else waiting for the Pascal architecture to come out in Spring 2016? I know that I almost definitely am for sure, but was curious if anyone has any interesting information on the Pascal cards. I do know they're supposed to be exponentially more powerful (aren't they always but still the power charts look amazing) and that alone wets my appetite. Sound Card I currently use some awesome Bose over-the-ear sound eliminating headphones that are just plain amazing. With that said I love and appreciate sound but right now I feel happy where I am but the question is: Can I increase that happiness? That immersion? I have heard stories where gamers invested into a sound card though and the difference in their immersion is huge. G-Sync Does anyone have a g-sync monitor? I've read up on all the advantages they give and I am basically sold on the idea of one. Does anyone have any bad experiences or is there any downside besides price? Look forward to your stories, opinions and or discussions!
  4. Edit: False alarm. After the next restart, Skyrim was back to ~50 fps, as before, and the cooling fan was back to normal levels as well. Whatever caused this apparently only happened once, immediately after the installation. Original message: I got notified of a driver update today and installed it as usual. I'm pretty sure this one is geared specifically at improving performance for Fallout 4, but I noticed something that makes me a little afraid. After the install, I noticed that the framerate in Skyrim (which is using the previous version of the same engine) was noticeably improved - but the cooling fan of my GeForce GTX 970 was howling! Now I'm scared that they may have gone a little too far in boosting things for the Fallout 4 launch, and I'll end up overheating my GPU. Of course, if it's safe, a performance boost for older games using the same engine would be very welcome.
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