Far Cry 6: 5 Easy Methods To Fix VRAM Notification Spam Error

If you are playing Far Cry 6 and the game is constantly spamming you with a low VRAM notification, then this post will show you how to fix it.

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If you have been playing Far Cry 6 for the past few days, then it’s quite possible that you have seen the “Low amount of available VRAM (discard non-used textures)” message. If you are like me, then you might be wondering why exactly this message appears on your screen despite having more than enough VRAM. What is the actual issue here? To be honest, I first thought that there was simply some sort of error with my graphics card. But some quick research led me to the real reason behind this annoying pop-up.

There have been a lot of issue related to this error. However, it isn’t something that you can’t fix. In order to fix the VRAM notification spam error, we would be discussing what exactly it is and what causes this error and how you can simply get rid of it.

The latest game of the series, Far Cry 6 is available now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. However, many gamers are facing the issue with this game. The major problem is related to the VRAM Notification error. So without further ado, let’s talk about it below.

Ubisoft Toronto has given this game a fresh new take on the Far Cry formula. Far Cry 6 is an open-world FPS allows players to experience the adrenaline rush of waging war in a fictional, yet familiar, Caribbean island called YARA. You can take on the role of protagonist Dani Rojas, a guerilla fighter.

Now let’s talk about the fix for the Low VRAM Notification Spam Error in Far Cry 6.

5 Easy Methods to Fix Far Cry 6 Low VRAM Notification Spam Error

In reality, this message is more of a warning than an error message. While it isn’t a direct error, rather it is a warning that appears from time to time, there is a way to prevent the message from appearing, which we’ll show you in this article, so just follow along.

One of the primary reasons why the system makes you aware of the same by spamming this VRAM notification error is that Far Cry 6 is using more VRAM. To spare yourself from this discomfort, make sure your PC’s graphics cards are keeping up with the task. The good news about this issue is that it’s easy to fix.

Solution #1 – Reduce The Graphics Settings

This error notification appears on the screen when your graphics card does not have enough memory to run the game on high settings. In order to fix this, you should reduce the graphics’ quality to the lowest settings or stop using integrated graphics and rely on a dedicated graphics card instead of avoiding the VRAM warning. This will not take much from your gaming experience, but can considerably improve your gaming performance.

Setting the graphics to Ultra or High can put a lot of stress on your video card. That is why lower the graphics settings so that your pc can handle the load without any problem. Your PC’s VRAM will become more free after lowering your in-game graphics settings.

However, if you have a high-end PC and settings are no longer an issue, lowering the graphics would be useless. If so, scroll down to the next method.

Solution #2 – Remove HD Texture Pack

A large part of why you are getting the notifications is because of the HD Texture Pack, which is an additional download for the game that improves graphics. The HD Texture Pack is mainly targeted at high-end PCs that can handle the graphics boost.

Since the HD texture pack is quite heavy on the graphics side, if your computer does not have more than 11 GB of graphics memory, then removing the HD texture pack is required. You can potentially run into issues if your older GPU does not meet these requirements.

In order to uninstall HD Texture Pack, Open Ubisoft Connect and go to Far Cry 6’s page, where you will see Owned DLC. Click “Uninstall” in front of HD Texture Pack.

Solution #3 – Turn Off DXR Shadows

DirectX Ray Tracing, or DXR, is a new Nvidia technology that allows incredible lighting, shadowing, and reflection effects to be rendered in real time. It has been implemented into DirectX 12. It allows gaming systems to render shadows with better quality graphics by using advanced ray tracing techniques. However, there are some reports that, after disabling DXR Shadows in the game settings, low VRAM notifications are no longer appearing.

Thus, if you have a NVidia RTX card on your computer and would like to improve performance and compatibility. Go ahead and disable DXR shadows. As per user reports, the difference in visuals is not noticeable. However, it can help you achieve a ten percent boost in FPS.

To increase the performance in the game, you’ll need to reduce the quality of your graphics. This can be achieved by switching DXR shadows off under Extended Features in the Quality settings. There is nothing wrong with not changing any of your graphics settings to make sure you are getting the maximum performance out of your setup. Just go onto the next method in that case.

Solution #4 – Hide VRAM Error in Far Cry 6

In some cases, the only fix is to disable in-game system notifications. If you want to get rid of the annoying Far Cry 6 low VRAM notification, here’s how to disable in-game notifications, follow these steps: 1. Press “Shift + F2” while being in the game > Click on Settings > Disable in-game notifications.

Doing this, you won’t see the low VRAM notification as well, since all notifications will be removed.

Solution #5 – Turn Off Game Overlay

We found that disabling the game overlay completely is the best fix. By switching off in-game overlay totally, you can play Far Cry 6 without any distractions. You can disable the game overlay by following these steps: Inside Ubisoft Connect, click on the Options icon in the upper left corner of the screen > Settings > Uncheck “Enable in-game overlay for supported games.”

The methods listed above will help you solve the Far Cry 6 VRAM Notification Spam error.

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