(After it defaults settings and shows as a "7900" or "8600" if you use 2nd file senuti for pc cnet then * remember to redo your preferred graphics settings.
FaceGen is what causes the slowdown when looking at NPCs.Like it should since there was very little visual improvements.IFF you are still having crashes then obviously this was not the cause.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).may crash during final cinematic (simply remove this single.dll file when you get near the ending), jotti scan showed perfect.This is an incredibly bad idea for a number of reasons; Fallout can guess information about your card wrong because of this.I suggest you also try the game again without.* "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.Uininstall it does not change/replace any files just delete this one file and the game will go back to using the normal one in windows directory.
P?id34970 cheers to Aleksei for his work.
After the.2 patch I no longer use 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.Why does this work?Then click on the checkbox 'Disable Xfire in game'.If in right place launcher rescans/defaults settings.Install: Drop this in your Fallout New Vegas directory.Alternate D3D9.dll which results in better performance/compatibility for users of recent ATI cards by properly configuring FaceGen.
use winrar to unpack file, works with Ati and Nvidia however, for ATI cards to use transparency.