Windows 10: White iron crosshair from Battlefield V shown permanent in Windows

Discus and support White iron crosshair from Battlefield V shown permanent in Windows in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I recently installed Battlefield V, and since the first time I played it, a white iron crosshair from the game has been stuck, frozen in the middle of... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by netrom, Jan 26, 2019.

  1. netrom Win User

    White iron crosshair from Battlefield V shown permanent in Windows


    I recently installed Battlefield V, and since the first time I played it, a white iron crosshair from the game has been stuck, frozen in the middle of the screen in Windows permanently. It is shown overlaying inside the game menus and it does not go away when I quit the game.

    It is visible from when I boot the computer, and does not go away even when i unistalled Battlefield V. When i used print screen for this post, the crosshair was not visible in the picture.

    I have since then tried the following:
    -update Windows
    -update Nvidia driver
    -removed Origin
    -started in Safe Mode
    -looked in msconfig for other "suspicious" services that might start during booting

    Any suggestions?

    :)
     
    netrom, Jan 26, 2019
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  2. Battlefield V


    My guess is most of Nvidia/DICE BFV optimization efforts are being focused on improving ray tracing performance. Originally with BFV beta, 60FPS was only being achieved at ultra settings with a 2080TI at 1080P.

    "Alongside the Battlefield V Tides of War Chapter 1 release tomorrow on the 4th of December, DICE will bring an update towards Battlefield V. A new patch 'should' be good news for GeForce RTX owners as the patch would bring an up-to 50% performance increase on DX-R (Raytracing).
    If all is true it could enable gamers to play "Battlefield V" with DXR enabled at a1440p resolution while gaming with 60 fps averages. The DXR preset would be with the Ultra setting as a video explains. With a GeForce RTX 2070 or 2080, you would be able to play 2560x1440 at 60 FPS averages on the DXR medium setting. NVIDIA mentions specifically that it is continuing to work with DICE to improve DXR performance even more. "

    Upcoming DICE Battlefield V patch would get NVIDIA RTX 50% performance gains

    -wy45bQe_XA

    Personally I'll want to see Gamers Nexus' review. I suspect Steve Burke will expose any "short cuts", if there are any, to achieve this additional RT performance.
     
    specialkone, Jan 26, 2019
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  3. Kol12 Win User
    Battlefield V


    Lookin good to me.


    White iron crosshair from Battlefield V shown permanent in Windows [​IMG]
     
    Kol12, Jan 26, 2019
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  4. Brink Win User

    White iron crosshair from Battlefield V shown permanent in Windows

    #XboxE3 2018: Battlefield V War Stories


    Source: E3 2018: Battlefield V War Stories: Experience the Untold Accounts of World War II - Xbox Wire
     
    Brink, Jan 26, 2019
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