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Good hardware, Bad performance Part III - Update (and thanks).
Good hardware was yielding shite performance on titles it should be able to absolutely crush. A format/reload of the system drive fixed it.
In the interest of coming back and relating what fixed my problem, I thought I'd post an update on the issue y'all helped me out with.
As described in parts I and II above, I have a decent gaming system (i5-6600K, 16GB DDR4 3000, GTX 1080, 1TB SSD, 1080p 144hz monitor) and the performance was not up to par. I had been troubleshooting for quite some time, and titles that should run like butter were finicky, chunky and just not what they should be, and every new title had to be laboriously tweaked to get even mediocre performance.
I was seriously considering throwing money at the problem with some extensive upgrades.
The consensus from the buildapc badasses was that yes, my hardware should be doing way better than it is on the titles I mentioned (Division, Wildlands, RE2, Anthem demo) and that if I'd tried everything else, before I start monkeying with hardware and definitely before I blow ~$1,200 on new core components, I should reload Windows.
So I did.
Somewhat detailed steps of what I did to reload Windows:
- I went to the Microsoft site to DL windows and followed the instructions to create a bootable USB thumb drive to install Windows on another PC (I did this from the same PC, it doesn't matter.)
- I had an issue with the downloader not wanting to work right to create the bootable flash drive. To fix this, I manually formatted the flash drive first, then copied the downloader to the flash drive and ran it from there. That worked.
- Booted to flash drive and followed the Windows install instructions.
- I deleted all partitions on my system drive
- I did NOT worry about disconnecting my other hard drives, I just ignored them and made sure I knew which drive was which. I did this by knowing the different sizes of my drives, but you could also look in disk management to see which is disk0 and disk1 etc. ANYway...
- Once all the partitions were blown a way I created a new one. Using the built-in tool of course. (as opposed to diskpart or similar)
- Formatted the new partion.
- Proceeded with install. It created a bunch of smaller partitions for restore and system and all that, which is normal but looked way different. I think this was part of my problem.
- Once install was complete, I let Windows unfuck itself for a few minutes. By which I mean, unpack/install/download/whatever some updates.
- Installed only two drivers: nVidia graphics and Realtek audio.
- I installed the geforce experience app, let it update itself, then used that to do a custom install of just the graphics driver (unchecked the physx and audio and all the other crap) and also chose the "clean install" option.
- The latest audio driver from my mobo manf's site didn't work before. Now, it just installed with no issue.
- Also, I didn't install my headset software/drivers, but it just showed and worked on its own. So I didn't install that but it installed itself. It's a Steelseries Arctis 5 in case ya happen to GAF.
- Downloaded fresh copies of Chrome, Firefox, and all my installers/launchers (Blizz, Origin, uplay, Steam) and added the games I wanted to test:
- RE2 remake
- GR: Wildlands
So far I've only tested three games: RE2 remake, Division and GR: Wildlands.
RE2 Remake before:
The game would always launch is some crazy window spanning both my monitors at an extremely high resolution and default to Max settings. No matter how I set it, it would always revert. This was launching directly from Steam. As usual, I had to carefully tweak the settings to get it to run only somewhat smoothly, with stairs being the bane of my experience, random stuttering and frame drops. It's a wonder I beat this game under those conditions.
RE2 Remake after:
I didn't change shit. I just downloaded it via Steam, fired it up, and played. It detected everything (resolution, refresh rate, video settings) and set my graphics preset to "Recommended" and it just ran smooth and silky. I didn't turn on any FPS display, I didn't feel like I had to. It was just creamy. :)
I was having issues where it would take forever to load, and often crash. It was even money if I could even launch the game, unless I launched from the Geforce Experience app, even though I had purchased it directly via Ubisoft. Also, it would often launch in a small window at some wonkey resolution, and I had to manually set it every time. hmm, there's a pattern emgerging here. Then, if I had tweaked the graphics settings carefully, I could get ~60 FPS with some random dips to the 40 FPS range.
It launched from the uplay installer's desktop connection with no issues, and it even started with the correct video settings (no more window at weird resolution). It detected my refresh rate and set itself to 144hz, and the graphics settings defaulted to Ultra. I changed nothing, just looked to see where it was. I ran out and did a quick mission (Supply Drop) and it looked gorgeous and ran buttery smooth. I noticed no dropped frames but the option to display FPS was turned off in the overlay by default. I did experience one random lockup, where the game would freeze for about 15 seconds, but I can troubleshoot that separately.
I turned on the FPS display and did quick dungeon on Challenging difficulty. It ran at about 112 FPS with some dips into the 60 FPS range. I experienced one random lockup, but again, I think that's a different issue. Holy crap, what a difference though! The frames, sweet baby Jesus swaddled in a tuxedo t-shirt, the Fraaaaaaaaaaames! :'D
GR: Wildlands before:
Like other titles, it took tweaking and nursing to perform even halfway decently. It launched reliably though, and remembered settings, so I had that going for me, which was nice.
GR: Wildlands after:
This game was a different story. Like the other "test" titles, I didn't change anything, just took a look. It detected my resolution and refresh rate, and set my graphics to "Very High". I enjoyed a fairly consistent ~89 FPS, but noticed some "terrain smearing" when hauling ass in a vehicle, which I think is just my eyes getting used to Motion Blur, which I had turned off before, trying to fix my performance issues. Not sure if I like it. Also, I did experience intermittent/random dips in FPS. Ubi games are notorious for this, though, so I wasn't particularly surprised or disappointed. Anyway, it ran a lot better from the jump, with no tweaks whatsoever, and was more consistent. I think this title is just inherently unoptimized, even for an Ubi title, and with a little tweaking (nothing like before though) it should run flawlessly.
First of all, y'all saved me a ton of frustration and like 1,200 bucks. My computer runs like a new machine now, and I am extremely grateful: Thank You! Thank you very much! :D
That said, I'm still downloading titles and testing them. For instance, Rise of the Tomb Raider will be the big one. That game is notoriously robust so we'll see how that holds up. Another game I managed to complete somehow even though it ran like an old sick dog on my busted-ass machine.
I'm not concerned about Neverwinter as that would probably run on my phone just fine, but it is the game I play the most right now so if it developed any issues somehow, I'd be pissed. Just... fraught. I'd be vexed!
The Division 2 open beta on 1 March will be a big test, too. The private beta ran like crap and looked like shit on my machine, which I kinda chalked up to it being a beta. It was chunky on my wife's machine too and her system runs everything like it ain't no thing.
I'll probably not make a new thread (three is enough, maybe even too much) for an update on how RotTR and Div2 run; I think it makes more sense to just update this thread with those results.
Anyway, for real guys, thanks. Thanks a ton, y'all're awesome. :)