Just started Neverwinter, but for some reason I keep crashing at the ? um Protector Enclave Vault. I'm level 4.
I can play Neverwinter at MAX graphics as it seems, but sometimes will get some random screen flickers in some areas. The game runs smooth to run at MAX without any problems and I can run around going weeeeeeeeeeeeee. Still there seems to be a problem of the game utilizing my card and it seems to flicker the display in some areas, no matter what I use for a setting. FPS seems not the problem for me.
+Nvidia Geforce GT 325M Cuda 1G RAM with Optimus Technology (switches from Intel graphics) [White light-Nvidia][Blue light-Intel]
I know it's using Nvidia when I play Neverwinter.
+Intel Core i5-450M 2.4GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to (2.53GHz/2.6GHz just about)
+8G of Ram DDR3, which is enough to play this game.
Neverwinter is not utilizing some functions for Nvidia cards it seems! Nvidia cards constantly have problems compared to others in this game it seems. That stated, I've seen on the internet that an option seems to help in some cases with the texture problems. Go into game options > Advanced > and disable multi-core rendering. So I might try that, however CUDA is multi-core function.
I tried no anti-aliasing and the flicker went away. I don't understand why turning off anti-aliasing will solve the issue of flickering and it seems I have the ability to use it at times. I'm positive that there needs to be C++ coding to be implemented to run properly. I just researched my card by detail and by research. CUDA was the first thing I searched, so perhaps implementing the C++ code from this site will help eliminate some issues of the flickering?From the site, it actually tells how to enter the texture coding, which can be found here. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA
This C++ coding needs to be implemented for Neverwinter to understand CUDA and to run properly with Nvidia graphics cards.
By just researching, it seems that this game is advertised for AMD/ATI Radeon, and the game needs improvement for Nvidia. Actually it's right in front of the face on this site!
Also I never understood of why some games have to be allowed through a firewall? So that might explain some crashing?
Also this site is bogus! I used to play TERA Online with no problems on MAX settings and it stated I couldn't play it. https://www.game-debate.com/games/index.php?g_id=1199&canMyGpuRunIt=Neverwinter
I should be running better than what is happening to me and my computer blows out hot air like a dragon. Just stating something that needs to be implemented for Neverwinter to work with Nvidia CUDA cores.
Also no offense, but whose mind was it for Neverwinter to patch files in certain areas? That is a problem perhaps and could be a culprit to some crashing!?
I'm just trying to solve problems for everyone, including myself. Mostly myself, because it's happening to me LOL.