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Every two years seems I need a new graphics card for this game.. Other games I have no issues. I got this computer two years ago. Because the project sunshine lagged my other computer badly.. I needed a new computer anyway. .. Now I have this one it is two years old... when I got it,  Second life ran like a dream I was excited all over again. Only now to have the nightmare of lag back once again and to read about all these up coming 'improvements' I am already researching for new graphics card..Memory is not the problem. it is the dang graphics card.. Will you please for the love of peatmoss stop it. 

It is a real chore  any more here.

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48 minutes ago, Candice LittleBoots said:

With the information provided I have no idea if this would be relevant to you, but it might be ..

 

 

So far this seems to have helped some what... I have that folder marked so I have easier access.. I was reading your thread and someone said about defragmenting...  I have I believe an SSD as well but when I go to defragment my computer it says less than 1% needs it so I do not bother.

 

Solar,  my graphics is  OpenGL Version: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 417.35 that could be why. It is up to date I just checked. I have a leveno.. never again.....still looking for a new graphics card though .. 

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That's the OGL and Driver version, not the card model itself.

For most uses, the 400 series drivers aren't really needed ... They're meant for the 2000 series nVidia RT/RTX models and a few functions (as of the 415 set of drivers) for Linux users and some older software/games (Transform feedback for example).

If you mean a Lenovo Laptop ... yeah, that'd be a bit of an issue.

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Just now, Solar Legion said:

That's the OGL and Driver version, not the card model itself.

For most uses, the 400 series drivers aren't really needed ... They're meant for the 2000 series nVidia RT/RTX models and a few functions (as of the 415 set of drivers) for Linux users and some older software/games (Transform feedback for example).

If you mean a Lenovo Laptop ... yeah, that'd be a bit of an issue.

do not run on laptop it is a desktop.  still not crazy about the brand.  But my graphics is not good enough to use a VR thus another reason for the purchase of a new card...

 

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