17 days ago - FatsharkLev - Direct link

Hi @Mymainman1,

It appears that your default GPU is set as Intel(R) UHD Graphic. This is resulting in the crashes as this cannot handle the demand. Do you have another GPU that isn’t being detected?

You can resolve this by:

  • Ensure your monitors are plugged in to the dedicated (as opposed to the integrated) GPU ports on the back of your PC

  • Perform a clean re-installation of your GPU drivers using the appropriate instructions below:

  • For NVIDIA GPUs: Ensure both Steam and Darktide are set to use your dedicated GPU within the NVIDIA Control Panel by:

    1. Right-click the desktop and select the ‘NVIDIA Control Panel’
    2. Navigate to ‘Manage 3D Settings’ > ‘Program Settings’
    3. Locate Steam within the list of programs
    4. Within the ‘Select the preferred graphics processor for this program:’ dropdown, choose the NVIDIA GPU
    5. Then locate Darktide within the list of programs, and repeat the above step
  • For AMD GPUs: Ensure both Steam and Darktide are set to use your dedicated GPU within the Radeon Settings by:

    1. Right-click the desktop and select ‘Radeon Settings’
    2. Navigate to ‘Preferences’ > ‘Additional Settings’ > ‘Power’ > ‘Switchable Graphics’ > ‘Application Settings’
    3. Locate Steam within the list of programs
    4. In the ‘Graphics Settings’ column, assign the ‘High Performance’ profile
    5. Then locate Darktide within the list of programs, and repeat the above step
  • For Windows 10 users:

    1. Navigate to ‘Settings’ > ‘System’ > ‘Display’
    2. Select ‘Graphics Settings’
    3. Select the ‘Browse’ button and locate the appropriate executable:
    • Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Darktide\binaries
    1. Select the ‘Options’ button
    2. Choose ‘High performance’ and save your changes
17 days ago - FatsharkLev - Direct link

Regrettably, I don’t have another immediate solution to try - though, we are currently looking into similar issues! Apologies for any inconvenience.