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The Fallout Performance Monitor is a utility used for tracking Fallout 4″s Memory, VRAM, Disk I/O, CPU, GPU, GPU Temperature, and Threads system resource usage, plus FPS as they relate to the game engine, your system hardware, and installed mods. Please see the change log for details.
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• Fixed a bug related to the “GPU Temperature” and “GPU Load” no longer working. Apparently the latest NVDIA driver introduced a video card name change, resulting in the Open Hardware Library doubling up on the manufacture name. Example: “NVIDIA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080”. (OldMansBeard)• A few miscellaneous tweaks and fixes.
• Updated to the latest version of the Open Hardware Library, to hopefully resolve issues with newer hardware detection. (ag22)• Miscellaneous internal code optimizations.
• Mainly (hopefully) implemented several stability updates, related to error messages that have been posted on Nexus.• Miscellaneous internal code optimizations.
• Fixed a bug where the settings for the “Time” in-game counter were not being saved. (dark_wizzie)• A few miscellaneous tweaks and fixes.
• Fixed an issue with Total VRAM having an incorrect value for some cards.• Added a “Percentage” display for the System RAM usage, and also GPU VRAM Usage.• A few miscellaneous tweaks and fixes.
• Re-implemented the InstallShield Lite installer, which is vastly superior to the Microsoft Installer that comes with Visual Studio. (diskdevl)• Added a new option in the Setup Window for handling Survival Mode Exit Saves. When this option is enabled, FPM will attempt to rename the current “Exitsave..” file to “Autosave..”. This is helpful if F4 crashes before you get a chance to “sleep” in Survival Mode, or before you get a chance to get a new Exit Save.See http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Survival_mode for more details on Exit Save.• Several miscellaneous tweaks and fixes.I updated the installer details to be specific for the original, 32-bit version of Skyrim.
• Upgraded to the latest version of Easyhook, which now supports SharpDX v4.0.1. – In my own testing, so far, FPM seems to be able to support ENB. – For this, ENB will load first, and the PFM overlay will load after a short delay.• Upgraded to the latest version of the Open Hardware Monitor Library, which includes improved support for newer CPUs.• Hopefully fixed the bug reported by user WolverineSix428. I was not able to reproduce this error myself, so I can”t accurately report if it is resolved or not.• Hopefully fixed the bug reported by user tfalcone31.• Several miscellaneous tweaks and fixes.
Fallout Performance Monitor- By Sir GarnonDescription:The Fallout Performance Monitor is a utility used for tracking Fallout 4’s system resource usage as they relate to the game engine, your system hardware, and installed mods. FPM Currently monitors the following resources: Memory VRAM Disk I/O CPU CPU Temperature GPU GPU Temperature Threads FPSMain Features: Graphs and In-Game Display for Memory, VRAM, Disk I/O, CPU, CPU Temperature, GPU, GPU Temperature, and Threads resource usage, and also for FPS. Ability to save and replay past performance runs for use in comparing different configurations. Ability to Pause monitoring while Fallout 4 is running. Ability to capture Screenshots, useful for posting.In-Game Counter Configuration:Support for dynamically customizing the Graphs and In-Game Counter Colors, Font Size, and Display Order:
Requirements: Windows 7 and above, 64-bit Installation: To install, simply unzip the download to your Windows Desktop, and run the “FalloutPerformanceMonitor.exe” application. Windows 10 users may need to manually “unblock” the files in order for FPM to work correctly. You may also need to install the latest Microsoft .NET Framework (required):Uninstall:Run the Windows Uninstaller program in the Control Panel.Directions: Make sure Steam is already started and logged into. Click the “Launch Fallout 4” button. Fallout 4 should launch, and FPM should then being monitoring.Important Notes:While I”ve thoroughly tested this and use it myself, it may contain bugs. If you encounter any problems though, please let me know by posting the issue in the FPM Nexus Site Comments section, and I”ll get it fixed asap.The Memory, CPU, Disk I/O, and Threads values are retrieved from the Windows Performance Counters, and are not always a perfect match for what is displayed in Task Manager.Other Mods by me:Skyrim Performance MonitorSkyrim Performance Monitor 64Fallout Performance MonitorIni File EditorArchiveInvalidation File GeneratorSkyrim DDS Image ViewerFallout 4 DDS Image ViewerNexus Mod MonitorGame LauncherGame Save MonitorBasic DDS Image ViewerIf you find this utility useful, please feel free to Endorse it.Enjoy!