Just add this "cvarAdd g_permagodmode 1". I tested it and I'm playing the game. God mode and infinite amo are the ONLY two things needed to play this game without any stress. Enjoy guys!
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RAGE3D's user JonasBeckman, has revealed some commands that will tweak RAGE. Although console command gives a better idea of what the following tweaks are affecting, however we strongly recommend you to create a configuration file named "rageconfig.cfg" and put it in "Rage\base\rageconfig.cfg".
By following the above step, the file will be auto-loaded each and every time players launch RAGE, and so need to type the commands again and again is eliminated.
Check out the commands below that can be used, once again thanks to "Rage3D's user, JonasBeckman.":
These two just allow the console to work and skips the logo videos.
These set overall quality level, lower on the HDP and higher (percentage) on the DCT with lossless support. (However the textures are what they are so you can’t expect miracles.)
This is the CUDA function but 2 enables all of it not just smart mode.
These are what I’m struggling with now, a value of 2048 and 1024 respectively will cut down texture streaming to less than a second but will also cause possible glitches and stability problems so I’m testing various compromises here.(This is the number of paged\cached megatexture pages or what to call them.)
This is max texture resolution, again the textures are what they are and you can not get them to be better than that other than with some small tricks.
Slightly negative LOD for a sharper image
Use uncompressed data (If available, it’s not.) instead of compressed and compression method. (Tab two times will cycle compression levels, that’s also how I found the CUDA = 2 thing.)
Tell the megatextures to use full 16x AF filtering instead of 2x, sharper unless forced via CCC / NVCP already.
Change anything with the virtual textures / vt and you’ll need to restart them, best is to execute the config (exec rageconfig.cfg for example.) in the main menu.
Otherwise, those cvars have been amazingly helpful in reducing the pop-in. Thank you for posting them.