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    Feb 2016

    NVIDIA GTX 965M Question

    Okay, so...
    I have the ASUS ROG G752VL GC049T with a GTX 965M with 2GB DDR5 VRAM.
    I watched a few youtube videos where people play Fallout 4 on a similar laptop (some MSI which has exactly the same GPU with exactly the same amount of VRAM, the only exception being a weaker CPU and less RAM.) on HIGH setting. I've tried doing the same... it starts lagging on medium! What's the trick here?

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Veovis PC Specs
    Veovis PC Specs
    Laptop (Model)Eluktronics N131WU
    MotherboardROG Stirx X570-I gaming
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    Graphics Card #1Asus strix 1080 A8G
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    Nvidia: advanced options, enable triple buffering.
    As for the high setting? Best guess is that Anti Aliasing is off or lowered.

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    Thanks... I uninstalled NVIDIA GFORCE Experience... works like a charm for some reason.

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