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  • What you should do if you are having performance problems in game?

    Type "p_logall" without quotes in the console (~ key) whenever you want to begin recording in game (don't do this until you at least spawn in a round)
    then you can p_endlog /or just wait for the round to end/ or map to change/ or just quit the game and it will end automatically.

    Then navigate to your hidden folder
    c:/users/YOU/appdata/roaming/natural selection 2/
    And you will find your file, something *.plog
    Zip it/ compress it.
    Upload it to somewhere on the internet
    Make a thread in the tech support forums, and put a link to your .plog file there.
    Before you make your post read these instructions.
    http://forums.unknownworlds.com/disc...-read-me-first


    This will give UWE a frame by frame analysis of what is going on, so try to pick a time when you can best reproduce your lowest performance like the 24 fps you said you get.
    Don't record for longer than 30 minutes, and don't record for shorter than 5.

    Include your techsupport.zip file with this compressed plog.


    Link to the UWE techsupport forums.
    http://forums.unknownworlds.com/cate...hnical-support
    Last edited by james888; 10-05-2016, 01:37 AM.

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    Re: What you should do if you are having performance problems in game?

    Thank you, I plan on using this since now every once in a while it will go black and freeze me in game for about 2 seconds and then it pops back up and reloads the video. I am not sure if it is a game issue or my graphics cards but it causes me deaths at the very worst times. It is like it freezes, blacks out, then renders the video and reloads it cause when it comes back it is very bland and then it fills in the details.

    I will also try newer Nvidia drivers to see if that helps. Running 980's in SLI and it use to work fine.
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      Re: What you should do if you are having performance problems in game?

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        Re: What you should do if you are having performance problems in game?

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          Bump because rad was having issues.

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            So, anecdotal evidence points to longer play sessions, then NS2 dropping to single frame-rates randomly. I have an i7, 16GB ram, and 1080, so it's not a hardware bottleneck. I did a complete nuke of NS2 last night, but it reappeared tonight, although not as severe or as long.

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