In Progress low fps in siege and TDM in multiplayer

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1.7.2
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YJ8963

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Summary:I'm having fps drop. When I alive and fight, fps drops to 40 ~ 50. When I'm dead fps becomes 60 ~ 75. Usually when number of people in the server are below 30 it is not much a problem, but when the number of people are above 50, fps becomes a way worse. The ticket is already created.
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Scene Name (if related):tdm/siege server.
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Computer Specs:
OS:Window 10
GPU:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER
GPU Driver Version:512.95
CPU:AMD FX-9590
RAM:24gb
Motherboard:SABERTOOTH 990FX R2.0
Storage Device (HDD/SSD):HDD
 
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YJ8963

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You said "We have just pushed out a hotfix aimed at addressing the stuttering issue. Please let us know if the issue has been resolved. Thank you for your patience." in some threads. Does this mean, we can experience that hotfix, when 1.8.0 version is released?
 

uçanbiblo

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Hey, the hotfix should be sent out and implemented to the game before the version changing update. Unfortunately, i can not give a certain date for the release of these updates. If the issue persists, please send us a telemetry data so we can inspect it.
We have a special performance build to check for these issues by collecting telemetry data. With that data, we can see exactly where and when the game's performance issues happened.
  • Switch to “perf_test” from the Steam betas tab. You can also use the "perf_test_beta" for the most current beta build-related issues. You can find more info about it here.
  • Open the game as usual and proceed to the stage where you are experiencing performance issues.
  • Before the performance issues start, toggle the profiling tool by holding the “right shift” and pressing the “T” key.
  • Record for 20-30 seconds, press the toggle key combination again. Please keep in mind that, the more you record, the more upload time it will require.
  • Find the "test.tmcap" file in the "...\Mount & Blade II Bannerlord\bin\Win64_Shipping_Client" folder. You can find the "Mount & Blade II Bannerlord" folder inside the games installation folder.
  • Finally, you can send the file to us via the ticketing system. You can find more info about how to upload files to us with the new ticketing system here.
  • It is appreciated if you provide more information about your PC, what you were doing while the game was recording, and your graphics configuration. If the data you are trying to upload is too big or the site fails to upload, you can use an alternative site to upload your data. If you choose to do that please left a reply to this thread with the download link.
 
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