Dragon Age III: Inquisition Discussion
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[Edited by dotkom, 11/27/2014 8:01:48 PM]
Might need to turn some settings down, at least shadows.
Dunno if you've tried this or not but it's from the NVidia forums:
"I eliminated virtually all of the flickering by turning "Vegetation" down to high (from Ultra), and turning Ambient Occlusion to "Off"."
Another poster said to set Power managment on Maximum performance, put maximum prerendered frames from auto to 3, and turn off the Origin Overlay.
Helped some people, but not all.
Both Bioware and Nvidia are aware of the issue and have said they are working on it together. So maybe when the next set of drivers roll out we'll get no flickering textures.
[Edited by Zetrial, 11/29/2014 1:53:12 AM]
[Edited by Zetrial, 11/29/2014 5:16:14 AM]
it seems there was a setting i did not notice above Ultra called fade touched on textures and it made the flicker go away.
[Edited by dotkom, 11/30/2014 7:07:21 PM]
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