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About kostas0176

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    Intel Core i7 4790
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    Gigabyte GA-Z97-HD3
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  1. Hello, i bought RDR2 a couple months ago and immediately noticed that "Other Apps" took exactly 5416MB of Vram, now i tried a couple things back then but i can't quite recall what they were but it didn't do nothing so i just waited for a lot of patches in case it was a bug. Fast forward to today where this number is exactly the same, now, i'm 100% sure that nothing other than Steam and the game itself is running in the background i closed everything chrome, icue, steelseries engine etc. But nothing, i even booted my pc in safe mode and again the same exact amount, i tried Vulkan and DX12 and nothing changed, i really don't know what else to do i even deleted and reinstalled the entire game which with my internet connection literally took a whole week so i'm not too keen on doing that again. Here is a photo of the graphics settings menu: My systems specs (in case they matter) are: CPU: Intel Core i7 4790(non k) GPU: Nvidia RTX 2070 Super RAM: 16gb 2133mhz Edit: Following rockstars recommendation i closed all running services excluding steam and rockstar and it didn't help.
  2. Well, if you REALLY want to play uncharted go for it, but you will have to use the ds4 controller, but just keep in mind that you will be throwing your money away for just the uch series
  3. If you are curious about the progress on it check here: https://www.patreon.com/AlexAltea
  4. more like *year*, it already boots, the ps4 is based on x86 so emulating it is "simpler"
  5. True, it's dirt cheap too since it's a collection
  6. It may have being used as a repeater instead of an AP
  7. Then you can always just wait for the ps4 emulator to use whatever controller you want since the ps4 treats all controller (besides the ds4) like generic controllers with no gyroscopes, etc
  8. Don't, most ps4 exclusives use the touchpad and/or sixaxis
  9. Sorry, i just noticed that this was an AP and not a modem, if you have a lan cable plugging in the AP then plug that in your pc, the AP uses the lan for wifi, you cannot use the APs lan ports for internet unless the AP was configured that way, which most aren't
  10. Personally, i didn't really enjoy uncharted 4, it lacked the feeling the previous 3 games had, then again it may just be me
  11. Since you have the game on the same drive as your os are you doing anything in the background? eg antivirus scans, updates etc?
  12. No, but there are other great titles that will make it worth your money, like horizon: zero dawn, god of war etc.