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  1. I can partially replicate this with my 2060 super. According to Nvidia's performance tab that is now bundled with GeForce Experience and MSI Afterburner, the game utilizes 60 to 70% of my GPU at turbo speeds in the menu. This results in the game demanding 136W of power just to run the menu, which does not make much sense and can cause the system to unnecessarily overheat or/and cause noise from refrigerating systems. This does not happen though if you are alt-tabbed, in which case the game does not utilize much of the GPU. You can see details in the imagem bellow.
  2. Yes, it's not a big deal and does not affect the gameplay at all, but this is a very silly and simple error that is present in the game at least since F1 2016 and should not be in a game of such scale of F1 2020. And also yes, we don't know if F1 2020 will get any more updates, but by reporting any new bugs or issues found, it's one step closer for it to be fixed in F1 2021.
  3. A detailed description of the issue. Please include any error codes here. When the game's language is set as English, in the settings menu, under the tab "audio", the subtitles language, radio language and commentary language have "brazilian" as an option, which is not correct at all. Brazilian is not actually a language, the correct option should be Brazilian Portuguese. If you want some external references on this, there's an article on Wikipedia about Brazilian Portuguese: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazilian_Portuguese. But this does not only occur in the English versi
  4. Codies Theme Dark is back! Thanks mods and forum devs for resting my eyes again!
  5. Have you tried using another input like a controller to see if this is a bug in the game itself or a hardware issue?
  6. I think you are referring to this mode right? It sad to see it gone, my eyes are hurting too
  7. Yep, I agree it's a DLSS issue and artifact, but what I meant to say with this bug report is that the DLSS anti-aliasing is being applied to places it does not need to be applied, in this case, the background of the main menu. For me at least, it makes no sense to have DLSS being enabled and used before the game is rendering a 3D scene. But yes, let's wait to see if this is fixed in F1 2021 at least with a new implementation of DLSS from the ground up (not that this is a gameplay disruptive bug). About the beta, I did sign up and am carefully waiting for the results
  8. A detailed description of the issue. Please include any error codes here. The game's menu background animations become very blurred if you enable DLSS as the anti-aliasing method. It makes no sense to enable DLSS in the menu as using no anti-aliasing at all makes it look miles better. DxDiag.txt Nvidea Driver Version 466.27 Windows Version 10.0.19042 Build 19042 Platform PC What version of the game you are using (Shown on the start screen in the bottom left corner of the screen) 1.18 Game-mode? No gamemode, the bug happens in the me
  9. I mean, to be fair the other games' DLSS implementation is a lot better than F1's, and the ghosting is hardly noticeable if you are not looking for it. Unfortunately, (I guess) they are not going to improve DLSS in F1 2020, so we can only wait for F1 2021 to see if it's fixed.
  10. Dxdiag- DxDiag.txt Nvidia Driver is 466.11 - not the latest one, but I will update it and see if it fixes the problem. Updated the drivers to 466.27 and the same thing happens OS Info - Windows 10 Version 10.0.19042 Build 19042
  11. A detailed description of the issue. Please include any error codes here. DLSS completely does not work in split screen modes. If you try to enter in split screen with it enabled the game crashes or if you try to enable it inside a split screen race the game simply stops working and you need to close it manually with task manager. Without DLSS it works fine. The game gave me an crash error screen in the first time it happened and I uploaded the crash report, but the other times it just crashed and nothing happened. In Windows, every time the game crashes it mentions it's a har
  12. I wouldn't expect it to be fully fixed because DLSS uses data from multiple frames to anti-aliase the images, so this ghosting artifact is something that is inherited from DLSS and is something that happens in other DLSS titles too. So especially in games with a lot of movement DLSS will become very apparent with its resulting ghosting. When I played Control with both DLSS 1.0 and 2.0 for example, it also had some horrible ghosting in movement. So in a racing game, that ghosting will be visible at pretty much all times. I wonder what Codemasters will do in F1 2021 with DLSS as it will become
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