> So I didn't know about the need to select a graphics processor so that I was making
> use of the NVidia hardware. I right clicked on the executable, and there it was. I'm
> coming from a linux environment where I just always kept the hardware acceleration
> enabled. Now that I not only figured out how to enable it, but also enable it by
> default, it kicks in on its own, even from the command line. BGFX with
> crt-geom-deluxe is running at 100% now, and I can even crank it up a little over 150%
> when I turn the throttle off.
> I'd love to get this in some sort of knowledge base for other users who stumble on
> the same problem, but I don't know where would be best. I guess here will have to do
> for now.
Oh! Dude! What OS are you using, is it Windows 10? How do you select "Run with graphics processor"? Where can I find that option in Win10 to turn it on? That might be why my performance on my laptop has been so abysmal with shaders turned on.