Dragon Age III: Inquisition Discussion
"Resource monitors for RAM and CPU consumption numbers, memory viewer for trying to figure out what makes it tick and track address issues, SSD analysis tools for those delicious dead blocks and data tracking.
Wanna know average number of times parts of LotF exe code are fcked around between RAM and HDD in the span of one hour? 150000 copy/write iterations. That's about 10000 times more than usual. DRM constantly decrypts the game code into the memory and encrypts it back. This is the most bull**** usage of encryption software I've ever stumbled upon. And even though code chunks are quite small (couple of kilobytes per go at worst), they are all stored in one memory block. And playing the game for 4-8 hours(depends on SSD quality) means that you can say goodbye to that block."
So check your install folder for Origin games.
You might want to switch over to your hard disk drive with spinning iron plates instead of sacrificing the life of your solid state drive too early.
Denuvo is also used by "Lords of the Fallen" and FIFA 15 so far.
I think a lot of games will follow.
Actually, this would be a good time for crackers to circumvent this protection method since Denuvo will actively destroy hardware over time.
I am waiting for the first complaints and lawsuits due to destroyed hardware caused by Denuvo. Sony should probably put some money on the side for those lawsuits.
[Edited by Rudolph, 11/19/2014 2:59:19 AM]
i checked on this, the post came originally from rpgcodeX by some random guy, and no where is proven that denuvo destroys anything
though i do always love these stories that come out when some new DRM starts to prove to be affective
Well just in case this is all true I have uninstalled Inquisition from my SSD and have reinstalled it on my 1 TB drive.
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