Fallout new vegas d3d9 dll

Fallout new vegas d3d9 dll

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  1. Michelle:

    Short desc: Alternate D3D9.dll which results in better performance/compatibility for users of recent ATI cards by properly configuring FaceGen. Also available is a generator of semi-customized DLLs. See below for which you should use.
    Note: After the 2010/11/9 patches, this fix might be obsolete. Make sure your game is patched, and see if this makes it run better or not.
    Modern ATI cards, below the 5000 and 6000 series: Use the “D3D9 dll for ATI” file, or D3D9Gen. Either should work.
    ATI Radeon 5000 or 6000 series cards: Use D3D9Gen, in the optional files section, to prevent graphical glitching.
    Cards from NVIDIA, Intel, old ATI cards, etc.: Use D3D9Gen, in the optional files section of the Files tab.
    See a fullsize comparison image here: http://www.newvegasnexus.com/downloads/images/34970-1-1287967262.jpg
    Install: Drop this in your Fallout New Vegas directory.
    This should be \Steam\steamapps\common\fallout new vegas\
    Troubleshooting/crashing:
    – Xfire reportedly causes FNV to crash if you are using this
    – Using two+ monitors may cause this to crash, use only one monitor
    – Yes, it is SUPPOSED to detect your card as an NVIDIA 8800GS. Don’t worry!
    – Be sure to try the Nvidia version if this one doesn’t work: http://newvegasnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=34778 (even if you’re on ATI)
    – Or if you’re feeling experimental, grab my beta D3D9Gen from the Files and use that.
    Why does this work?
    Fallout decides its render path (how it does the graphics) based on two things. The first is the name of your videocard. This is an incredibly bad idea for a number of reasons; Fallout can guess information about your card wrong because of this. This DLL lies to Fallout about what card you have, which can result in somewhat better performance, but it isn’t a major issue unless it’s drastically wrong, which will cause glitches.
    The second (and far more important) thing it bases its decision on is something internal to the DLL; since I’m not the original creator I can’t say what else it tells Fallout. From what I’ve read, it tells Fallout’s FaceGen system to use a certain method that generally works much better for everyone. FaceGen is what causes the slowdown when looking at NPCs.
    Here’s a comparison of different RenderInfo files, which Fallout generates based on your videocard. Showing only important lines.
    Standard FO NV, with my ATI HD 4870:
    Renderer Device Information:
    ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series
    aticfx32.dll
    RenderPath: BSSM_SV_2_B
    PStarget : ps_2_b
    PS2xtarget: ps_2_b
    Shader Package : 17
    Normal D3D9 perf fix:
    Renderer Device Information:
    NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GS
    nv4_disp.dll
    RenderPath: BSSM_SV_2_A
    PStarget : ps_2_a
    PS2xtarget: ps_2_a
    Shader Package : 13
    Notice how those lines don’t match? It’s detecting the wrong shaders for my card.
    My mod of the modded DLL:
    Renderer Device Information:
    NVIDIA Geforce 8800 GS
    aticfx32.dll
    RenderPath: BSSM_SV_2_B
    PStarget : ps_2_b
    PS2xtarget: ps_2_b
    Shader Package : 17
    The card being detected doesn’t matter. Now all the detected information matches a modern ATI card. This should improve compatibility/performance with ATI cards.
    And yes, this DLL fix works. Steady 60FPS with it, crap FPS without.
    (Original creator of the DLL is unknown — might be a guy named c0d1f1ed)

  2. Knight:

    Fallout: New Vegas – D3D9 Performance Fix (Nvidia)
    This dll fix will replace a current bug in the game where it will try to guess your video card and then render the game very slowly and bleakly.
    Download this .dll and watch your frame rate go up across the board almost instantly.
    “This .dll file is essentially a light-wrapper for a ‘supported’ video card’s .dll, which tricks the game into configuring its FaceGen software (which was causing a performance problem) in a more efficient manner.” (HT @ “4000qails”)
    This will make your game run nearly like fallout 3 ran on your same computer. Like it should since there was very little visual improvements.
    ==================================
    Must have “winrar” installed to unpack the file before putting in game directory.
    This works with both Ati and Nvidia however the one at the below link is IMO the superior choice for ATI cards. It allows transparency AA so things like trees and grass will look much better if you have AA on.
    http://www.newvegasnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=34970
    cheers to Aleksei for his work.
    =================================
    Drop in “fallout new vegas” folder to force the game to use this dll instead.
    If in right place launcher rescans/defaults settings. (After it defaults settings and shows as a “7900” or “8600” if you use 2nd file then *** remember to redo your preferred graphics settings.***)
    I have a quad core/5870/8gb ram and perf was awful until I did this. I instantly got 4x framerate during “goodsprings event.”
    ===============================================
    -sometimes crashes with 2 monitors
    -most people report crashes with crossfire or SLI
    -usually crashes with XFIRE
    possible fix in XFIRE= (Tools>options>’game’ tab)
    Then click on the checkbox ‘Disable Xfire in game’.
    -2nd file does not work on my ATI 5870 it may work better for you.
    -It goes in your regular game folder not in the “data” folder with the mods.

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