Risen 2: Dark Waters Discussion
This is happening with trainer and without trainer, so its not the trainer fault.
If you can find a monitoring tool, run it while you're playing the game and keep an eye on the temperatures of your GPU and CPU (and others, just in case). Just put it up on a second monitor if you have one, or check the log after you've restarted, assuming it keeps them.
Free monitoring tool: Link
Shows temperature, and allows you to change the speed of all your fans.
No not those fans, the ones in the PC.
[Edited by Monkey007, 4/28/2012 6:44:28 PM]
Near as I can tell, most people experiencing issues or high usage is due to not having the latest NVIDIA beta drivers. (for NVIDIA users, anyway) Otherwise the game causes massive memory leaks such.
And just to help narrow down the cause of the issue (or pretty much any issue for any game, really) it is a good idea to use a program (or two, if they separate) that monitors GPU temperature and CPU temperature. Depending on how old your hardware is, "safe" operating temps can range from 75°C (on really, really old hardware) to 90-95°C. (on the newest stuff) If you're not hitting those temperatures then you shouldn't get any hard locks.
Most often this happens because the RAM voltage is wrong in BIOS, by default BIOS tends to overvolt the RAM. So check what voltage your RAM should have, then make sure it is set to that in BIOS.
Probably people overclocking maybes? And it just went over the top on specific scenes?
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