Go ahead, rip me to shreds! Here's the Youtube vid description, please read before watching, or dont: System Specs: Core i5 2400 3.10Ghz CPU Nvidia GTX 750ti 2GB GPU 4 GB RAM SSD HARDRIVE Windows 10 OPERATING SYSTEM MSI MOTHERBOARD Onboard sound Single screen Logitech Driving Force Pro STEERING WHEEL Game: Rfactor 2 Senario: Official S937 Content only! 16 GT3 cars @ Le Mans Race starts at 3pm. Time acceleration X25. Starts out clear and sunny, rains near the end of sunset and goes into full night time until i pit and quit. Performance: Between 40ish and 60ish FPS, no higher than 65FPS as I have capped the frames due to my monitors max 60hz refresh rate, and an absoloute low of of 27FPS for about half a second. Why Did I Do This?: Backing up an online disscussion. Rfactor 2 is my favorite racing sim, I love it. It also drive's me up the wall and through the roof! It is the most unreliable, poorly optimized and difficult to run sim on my PC, and ive played em all, well, pretty much! I moan and complain about it all the time, but I love it so much I have tweaked the hell out of my system to breaking point so I can have a decent race with the A.I, using all of its features i.e. real road, weather, time cycle, and have a race that is at least playable. To do that on a 750Ti based machine with sod all ram it means putting up with low res, low settings and low FPS. How low? Well seeing as lots of consoles run at 30 to 60 FPS I'll take that as playable/driveable. Lots of films are shot at 24 FPS so at absoloute lowest I'll take that, but i wanna be between 30 & 60 pretty much all the time, so I'll put up with the odd 1 second drop down to the mid 20's for a split second but not constantly. Anyway don't expect high res and settings but for a GTX750ti, I don't think ive done too badly! It looks..... ok, and res is only what you'd get off a modern VR headset so I can see what i need to see. Most settings are at low, but all cars are visible and shadows, raindrops and reflections are still active. I was gunna do this with 18 cars which I thought I'd loaded but when i got to the track i realised id only got 16, however because of RF2's immensely long loading times i could not be bothered to reload. Also do bere in mind that with screen capture on im stressing the system more than if i were just playing the sim normally, so without that it runs even smoother, at higher FPS and doesnt kill my puny 4G of system ram. See if you can spot the moments where the system hits the end of the VRAM! Maybe this will give some hope to those on crappy spec systems like mine..... Or you might just think it looks SxxT! So there you are. GO little 750 Ti GO! Be all you can be!!!!!