December 15th There are some inconsistent reports about the impact of editing config files, so I dig a little deeper.
The release of Cyberpunk 2077 is so confusing that many admire the fascinating story and vast open world, while others criticize its poor performance. Even those running Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 20 series have frame rates well below the average 60fps expected at medium settings, including the actual settings.
It turns out that some of these issues are due to configuration files that reserve the same amount of memory and VRAM on the PC as the console, regardless of how much the system is running. Not surprisingly, CD Projekt Red developers may have hotfix inbounds to end the problem, but if you want to play and don’t want to suffer, you don’t have to mess with your thumbs. Slide show.
Instead of desperately tinkering with Cyberpunk 2077’s PC settings to get a good frame rate, ThePhoenixRoyal explains in detail how to dive into the configuration file and change the parameters, but examine the configuration file and play the game. May crash, or Windows – proceed at your own risk.
Check you please do not Please start the game before changing the configuration file.
The path to the memory pool budget configuration file you are looking for will vary slightly depending on the platform on which you purchased Cyberpunk 2077, but it should always be in the game engine and configuration subfolders. Let’s use Steam as an example here:
Steam Steamapps common Cyber punk2077 engine config memory_pool_budgets.csv
Open the file using a text editor such as Notepad. The first thing you notice when you type it is that the “Pool CPU” has 1,536MB reserved. This is just a small part of the 8GB required to meet the minimum requirements. The “Pool GPU” is also 3GB overall, the same as Durango and Orbis running on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, respectively.
Ideally, it is recommended that the Pool CPU be equal to half the total RAM capacity. For example, for 16GB, you need to increase the number from “1,536MB” to “8GB” instead. However, the PoolGPU must be the full VRAM that the graphics card can provide. It’s best to find the exact model, but if you own an RTX 2080, there is an example of switching from “3GB” to “8GB”. After entering the required values, save the document and launch it. game.
This is not a comprehensive solution to any performance problems you may encounter. Mileage may vary when it comes to blocking known bugs in this way, but this method has greatly improved the experience of several players here at PCGN.
update: This is a memory reservation and doesn’t seem to really be a budget limit. That means both RAM and VRAM bandwidth. You can already You’re above the number here-you don’t explicitly reserve the amount to use until you change it. This means that if you tend to open browser tabs or use some other application running in the background, this configuration file is better than a player that closes everything before launching the game. You should see a big difference in frame rate when you change it.
More testing is needed to see if this improves the Cyberpunk 2077 experience, but there are plenty of players who assert that it’s worth a try.