Honestly? You must be incredibly fortunate.
I'm closing in on 60 hours and i can't go 5 minutes without something. More often then not its just a small bug, like t-poses on a motor bike or an NC gliding along the floor. I have have had about 5 quest breaking bugs that i had to reload saves on and 1 that was game breaking that got patched (thank lord) in the 1.05.
Don't get me wrong, i really like it. But i have chosen to just finish the main quest for now and loose myself to a 100+ playthrough in a years time so epic and heart wrenching moments aren't ruined for me.
Just to give people a bit of gauge,
I have a 3900x and a 3080 and at 1440p. ultra (phsyco) settings RayTracing on i get about 30-40fps.
With DLSS enabled i get a solid 55-75
With ray tracing off i get 90-120fps.
Have been finding volumetric fog is a big saver for fps while outside. Shadows and reflections will save you for indoor fps.
If you are cpu bound drop the crowd density.
I really can't stress enough that i think anyone who hasn't picked it up should wait. Witcher 3 1 year later with mods was the best way to play W3.
I just feel bad for all the actual workers. I can just imagine giving 8-9 years of your life on this game, crunching just to get it done, only to be rewarded with a holiday season of more crunch just to fix the game because investors and quarterly quotas needed to be appeased.
There is a truly awesome game hidden underneath bugs, glitches and absolutely horrendously underbaked AI.