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What causes the textures to do this?


Trevor Perkins
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Could be that you're running out of VRAM.

Go to the settings menu, and read the tooltips to find settings that mention that they're heavy on VRAM (I think view distance is one?). Try reducing those settings significantly, and see if it makes a difference.

Could also be that your video card is damaged. However, that would mean you should see broken graphics in other games too. If this only happens to you in Vintage Story, then your GPU is most likely fine, and you're just asking too much of it.

Finally, it could be a driver issue. But I would expect that both Nvidia and AMD have very stable drivers these days. If however you're running on an Intel GPU (either CPU-integrated or one of the new Arc series cards), then yeah, driver hickups are going to be a thing.

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