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Fixed in 5.3.0
Slow, system-crippling startup of D3D11 players with DisplayPort monitors
1) Locate a machine with an NVIDIA graphics card where the monitor is connected via a DisplayPort connection.
2) Build a Windows Standalone player that is set to use the D3D11 API only.
3) Launch the player.
4) Observe that between double-clicking the executable and seeing the launcher appear, some time passes - anything from 2 seconds to 30 seconds - during which the entire OS is sluggish, almost to the point of being unresponsive.
5) Compare the behaviour to the same project built to use D3D9 - no delay is observed.
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