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Here is how you can run Cyberpunk 2077 on non-AVX CPUs and improve performance on AMD Ryzen CPUs

Modder ‘Scorpija’ has released a mod that enables PC gamers to run Cyberpunk on non-AVX CPUs. Furthermore, there is a FEX tweak via which AMD Ryzen owners can improve the game’s performance on their systems.

Let’s start with the non-AVX CPU fix. All you have to do is download the mod from here, and place the executable file inside your Cyberpunk2077\bin\x64 folder. Obviously, you’ll have to and replace the .exe file. Do also note that this fix only works for the GOG version of Cyberpunk 2077 (which is DRM-free).

On the other hand, Reddit’s UnhingedDoork has provided the following tweak guide, via which AMD Ryzen owners can improve the game’s performance. This tweak aims to improve multi-threading support, which will increase minimum and average framerates and the overall gaming experience.

Here is what you have to do in order to improve the game’s performance.

  • Download HxD hex editor from here
  • Open the Cuberpunk2077.exe from HxD
  • Search for “75 30 33 C9 B8 01 00 00 00 0F A2 8B C8 C1 F9 08”
  • Replace them with “EB 30 33 C9 B8 01 00 00 00 0F A2 8B C8 C1 F9 08”
  • Save the executable file and run the game

Here is hoping that CD Projekt RED will include these tweaks in a new PC update. Yesterday, the team released Patch 1.04 and you can find here its complete changelog.

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