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SEVERE STUTTERING WITH EXPLOSIONS AND SOUNDS


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GIRTHWARS8 #1 Posted Jun 27 2018 - 10:57

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lately the game has become completely unplayable for me dropping down to 8-16 FPS, the game stutters severely throughout a battle than goes back to normal and normal for me is avg. 120-150 fps and my ping stay around 20-40 but when the lagging and stuttering happens ping will increase to 50-80, i havent changed anything recently i';ve removed all mods and the problem is still there, i've reinstalled WOT and the problem is still there, ive checked my internet connection and its all fine...what is the problem, this is very sad that this company cant produce a solid product or at least fix the issues

 

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Edited by GIRTHWARS8, Jun 27 2018 - 10:59.


The_Illusive_Man #2 Posted Jun 27 2018 - 11:38

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I had a similar issue a while ago. I reinstalled my GPU drivers, and it was gone.

IX_Zann #3 Posted Jun 27 2018 - 14:44

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1. CORE game engine IS NOT optimized for NVIDIA’s SLI or AMD’s CROSSFIRE mode. SLI WILL throw graphics artifacts and have frame rate issues.

 

2. Run the game in single graphics card mode.

 

3. Check both the graphics card and audio device drivers. Update or re-install device drivers.



Rides_with_Death #4 Posted Jun 27 2018 - 16:17

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OP, I have had the same issue.. it seemed to be worst just after the new patches have dropped since 1.0.... it seems to go away after awhile... i thought it was my GPU?? so tried to min graphics cause i figured it was my potato... no help... so i just shut the sounds off then a few days later turned it back up and it was working again..  

 

also all drivers where up to date, always on that



X32Wright #5 Posted Jul 03 2018 - 19:52

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Are you using onboard soundcard or a peripheral soundcard?  If onboard it is probably 'stealing' computer resources and frame rates to generate sound.

 

How to test? Turn off the sound, disable it in the Device Manager, if you get more Frames and is stable then you know it is an onboard sound and computer resources problem. You need to buy a gaming soundcard.

 

Also check to see if you have an IRQ conflict:

 

http://forum.worldof...client-crashes/


Edited by X32Wright, Jul 03 2018 - 19:58.





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