I scanned for games in GE and it picked up ED and ED Horizons VR. Now, you can optimize the latter's video settings but not the former. I did some searching and it seems this has been a problem since the "Big Bang". What gives?
Thanks for your response. I thought that too but then why is it allowing the ability to optimize ED: Horizons VR and not the regular ED?I don't use GeForce Experience, but it looks like the app could be looking in the wrong place for the games settings, which are generally in "%LocalAppData%\Frontier Developments\Elite Dangerous\Options\" for non-Steam installs, and maybe somewhere else for Steam ones.
It's possible that the GFE cache is corrupt and needs to be rebuilt. Try deleting the contents of "%LocalAppData%\NVIDIA Corporation\NVIDIA GeForce Experience\CefCache", disabling automatic optimization and running the game scan again.
Thanks for your response. Yeah, I get all that. But is there ANY way to see all these recommended settings(and I assume here that these are in-game) without having to start the game, go into Video Settings and then have to Tab out of the game and refer to the web video for the setting I'm addressing?
For a really good graphics settings tutorial, watch this, explains everything you need to know. This is why i don't use Geforce experience
Hi. I'd like to know what your PC consists of.The link i posted shows you how the different options look, so simply choose which is the best for you, then go into game, use the setting you like and carry on. You can see the differences as he shows them. I just pressed the windows key, checked out each section in the video, back into game, saved my preferences and job done. Game for me runs at nearly 100fps faster than before
Thanks for the response. Yeah, I did that and still get stuttering frames. I wonder if G-SYNC is responsible. I have an ASUS ROG PG248Q monitor running at 144 Hz refresh and I have vertical sync on, which is what G-SYNC requires. I can't tell if this is a factor or not as I get "blackout" screens every now and then with G-SYNC on and off. And the main point still remains. Why hasn't ED addressed this? It doesn't matter whether you personally like the One-Button Optimization that GeForce offers or not. They should fix it. Instead, they rely on players finding workarounds.The link i posted shows you how the different options look, so simply choose which is the best for you, then go into the game, use the setting you like, and carry on. You can see the differences as he shows them. I just pressed the windows key, checked out each section in the video, back into the game, saved my preferences, and job done. Game for me runs at nearly 100fps faster than before