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anyone else getting the following?( performance issues and oni bug?)

Carmilla_von_SaytrCarmilla_von_Saytr Member Posts: 8
edited August 1 in Technical Issues

im getting stutters when shooting as ds, and all the skill check prompts move choppy to the point where its hard to tell where it is, that and it takes longer to see the results screen i was wondering if it was my pc or just bugs. also while im here has anyone besides me have the oni bug where when blood fury is full it wont let you use it even if you verify files, close the game, or remap the button ive went matches with this it seems like a odd thing to slip through. p.s.s it keeps asking for user permission when launched

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  • KhaineGBKhaineGB Member, Mod Posts: 2,997

    I HAVE seen the Oni bug mentioned by other folks. I actually thought that was fixed, but apparetly not.

    What's the rest of your PC specs like? You might just need a virtual memory increase.

  • Carmilla_von_SaytrCarmilla_von_Saytr Member Posts: 8

    sorry was away let me copy paste them from steam

    Computer Information:

      Manufacturer: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.

      Model: B450M DS3H

      Form Factor: Desktop

      No Touch Input Detected


    Processor Information:

      CPU Vendor: AuthenticAMD

      CPU Brand: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Six-Core Processor       

      CPU Family: 0x17

      CPU Model: 0x8

      CPU Stepping: 0x2

      CPU Type: 0x0

      Speed: 3194 Mhz

      12 logical processors

      6 physical processors

      HyperThreading: Supported

      FCMOV: Supported

      SSE2: Supported

      SSE3: Supported

      SSSE3: Supported

      SSE4a: Supported

      SSE41: Supported

      SSE42: Supported

      AES: Supported

      AVX: Supported

      AVX2: Supported

      AVX512F: Unsupported

      AVX512PF: Unsupported

      AVX512ER: Unsupported

      AVX512CD: Unsupported

      AVX512VNNI: Unsupported

      SHA: Supported

      CMPXCHG16B: Supported

      LAHF/SAHF: Supported

      PrefetchW: Unsupported


    Operating System Version:

      Windows 10 (64 bit)

      NTFS: Supported



    Video Card:

      Driver: Radeon (TM) RX 480 Graphics

      DirectX Driver Name: aticfx32.dll

      Driver Version: 27.20.2001.9003

      DirectX Driver Version: 27.20.2001.9003

      Driver Date: 7 11 2020

      OpenGL Version: 4.6

      Desktop Color Depth: 32 bits per pixel

      Monitor Refresh Rate: 60 Hz

      DirectX Card: Radeon (TM) RX 480 Graphics

      VendorID: 0x1002

      DeviceID: 0x67df

      Revision: 0xc7

      Number of Monitors: 1

      Number of Logical Video Cards: 1

      No SLI or Crossfire Detected

      Primary Display Resolution: 1360 x 768

      Desktop Resolution: 1360 x 768

      Primary Display Size: 16.14" x 9.06" (18.50" diag)

                          41.0cm x 23.0cm (47.0cm diag)

      Primary Bus Type Not Detected

      Primary VRAM Not Detected

      Supported MSAA Modes: 2x 4x 8x 


    Sound card:

      Audio device: 4 - NS-19E310A13 (AMD High Defi


    Memory:

      RAM: 16332 Mb


    VR Hardware:

      VR Headset: None detected


    Miscellaneous:

      UI Language: English

      Media Type: Undetermined

      Total Hard Disk Space Available: 2382971 Mb

      Largest Free Hard Disk Block: 524892 Mb

      OS Install Date: Dec 31 1969

      Game Controller: None detected

  • KhaineGBKhaineGB Member, Mod Posts: 2,997

    Yeah, I think i'd try increasing virtual memory to see if that helps.

    Find This PC, right-click, select properties.

    In the new window, select Advanced System Settings, then click the settings button in performance.

    in the advanced tab, you'll see a box saying "Virtual Memory" and there will be a change button.

    That's how you change virtual memory. I usually go for 10GB min and 20GB max.

  • Carmilla_von_SaytrCarmilla_von_Saytr Member Posts: 8

    alright have to restart my pc so ill do it later

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