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  1. @Shugg, post your log. If your framerate is tanking only when OBS is running, try using the x264 encoder instead of Nvenc. CBR. 3Kbps is not enough for 1080p to look good, and might be causing OBS to struggle. So, if you have the bandwidth, try a higher setting. See this Twitch doc for more info. At 3Kbps, they recommend 720p. If you like, pm me the server and I can get more info to help sort it out.
  2. Based on my playing with friends on a variety of old machines, Shugg's machine is capable of running this game just fine. There's something else going on. Would need logs and details to get further. I'd assume he got the Threadripper for rendering; a perfectly valid use case. @Shugg is playing and streaming at 1080p 60fps 3Kbps. I'm watching and he's getting 25-35 fps with no zombies around and 3 people connected. He tried various settings during the stream without getting any improvement in framerate. That's not right, and it's not the game, as I've gotten much better performance on worse gear. It's a driver, or OBS, or a Threadripper quirk.
  3. @RugratThat issue has already been reported. Should be fixed in a future update.
  4. @ShuggThat case looks like it could be causing overheating and possibly throttling of CPU or GPU. Try monitoring your temps while gaming with an app like hwinfo. Maybe take the front panel off that thing. You still need good air flow with liquid cooling. Also, is that game on a dedi server, or is it running you your local machine? If the former, network could be an issue. Were your cohorts also experiencing slow fps?
  5. As Sylen said, exclude your game from your Anti-Virus software. Instructions on how to do this are in the FAQ stickied at the top of this sub-forum.
  6. I've been testing memory use in various situations and, briefly, here are some results. An 8K local vanilla game uses about 9.5 Gb Ram. An 12K remote dedi vanilla game uses about 13.5 Gb Ram. An 8K remote dedi modded nitrogen game uses about 19.5 Gb Ram. So, I'd say your memory use is highly dependent on the game you're playing. Do some tests for yourself. See what your usage is in different situations. Also, clean up your hard drive.
  7. Did it move the saves to your Recycle bin maybe?
  8. @xDripzllTry starting the Launcher, selecting the Tools menu, then select "clean game data" check all the boxes, then press the "clean" button.
  9. Don't know if you tried it but you can select "clean game data" from the tools menu in the launcher, which will do the same thing you did manually.
  10. @Realism51You're running a very old graphics driver. Try doing a clean install of the latest driver from here. Don't install the Geforce Experience.
  11. @vitamindedYou said you were not running an anti-virus program, however, you are. It is called Defender. It is recommended that you exclude the game folder from your anti-virus program as it can cause the problems you have described. Instructions on how to do it are in the FAQ sticky at the top of this sub-forum.
  12. @cammelGood catch! I think you found the problem. And only 7901 GB available on c:. That's pretty low. Hope there's more room available on the d:. @jmcdan805So, uncheck "Automatically manage paging file" and then select each drive (c & d) and check the "system managed size" box. I've never seen "automatic etc." not work but that seems to be the issue.
  13. Beelzybub

    Fog

    from the console (F1) type "weather fog 0"
  14. Ya, sometimes it's a pain to get working, but it's a good game and worth the effort imho. Appdata is a hidden folder. If you type %AppData% in your search bar it should get you there.
  15. It's too late now, but when you die, the location of the backpack is noted in your output log file. This may help in finding the thing.
  16. I think the new on-screen marker only shows up when you get close to the backpack.
  17. @AgnostikerThanks for posting the fix.
  18. F9 is 7 Days to Die's screenshot key and saves to the games \7 Days To Die\Screenshots folder. F12 is Steam's screenshot key and saves to Steam's screenshot folder. This location is set on the Steam settings/In-Game tab.
  19. Windows 10 comes with Defender, an anti virus program. You've disabled this? Why?
  20. @jmcdan805Ok, not the paging file. I see your Nvidia drivers are quite old. Try the latest driver from here. Don't install the Geforce Experience junk. Also, your log says last version played is A17, so make sure you've deleted all your old saves and generated worlds from C:\Users\Jon\AppData\Roaming/7DaysToDie And lastly, your dxdiag is showing your built in Intel gpu being used. I'd disable that in your bios if you're comfortable doing that.
  21. @jmcdan805This can happen if you've manually set a pagefile size. Try selecting "Automatically Manage Paging File" in your System Properties, Performance Options.
  22. Post your new log file @Coltifus Do you still get the "magic bytes" error? Did you make a new RWG game?
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