Topic Title: XFX 6990 MICRO STUTTERING
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 12/11/2011 05:49 PM
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Originally posted by: stumped You should read this tweak guide for the game. Pay special attention to the in-game settings...what you gain from them and what it cost you.

 

http://www.geforce.com/Optimize/Guides/battlefield-3-tweak-guide

 

Oh...btw did you try lowering texture quality to 'high'?

 


Yeah i did tried it.
But it seems whenever i disabled HBOA + AA + AF the stuttering is gone.
its pretty weird it happens only in battlefield 3.
but yeah, Playing With V-Sync isnt that of a night-mare with triple buffering enabled.
hope dice/ea comes with a fix..
but i doubt so.. 'Micro-Stuttering' is most of the time in SLI/CF.
also seeing other people with a HD6990 and doesnt even micro-stutter.
Maybe i should re-install windows seven.
ill keep you guys updated. 

 12/16/2011 10:43 AM
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If you haven't sorted this out yet....I have a possible solution for you. Go into your bios and disable hyperthreading. This solved a team mates issue...he has a crossfire set-up, but, I tried it on my computer (single card) and though I never had a stuttering issue...it has made quite the difference in game play in BF3 for me. Give it a try and post back if it does you any good.



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 12/16/2011 08:16 PM
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Originally posted by: stumped If you haven't sorted this out yet....I have a possible solution for you. Go into your bios and disable hyperthreading. This solved a team mates issue...he has a crossfire set-up, but, I tried it on my computer (single card) and though I never had a stuttering issue...it has made quite the difference in game play in BF3 for me. Give it a try and post back if it does you any good.

 


An i5 2500K doesnt have HP if iam correct?,i also did an Re-install of Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit and it didnt fix my issue.. so im sure its not on my-side problem. 

Installed Crysis Warhead Everything maxed didnt dip below 55 FPS ! Steady 60-70 FPS without an issue..

Could it be my Resulotion?
im gaming @ 1680x1050..
could it be 'bottlenecked' on such low res?
also, i saw Benchmarks on Battlefield 3 with my res..

i5 2500k @ 4.5Ghz 1.36V [ Prime95 12+hours ]
Asrock Extreme 6 P67 1.8V
XFX 6990 4GB Stock Clocks.
2x4GB DDR3 1600 From Corsair.
AX850 PSU Corsiar Enthausiast series.



Edited: 12/16/2011 at 08:34 PM by Toxsick
 12/21/2011 11:09 AM
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You will drive yourself crazy trying to get to the bottom of mirco stuttering.  I have.  The best solution is to buy one card.

I average 80-90 FPS in most games and it looks like 45-55 FPS.  I invited a buddy over who has played everything with me since 1v1 dial-up DooM and he didn't notice micro stuttering.  The problem is based on personal experience.

I became accustomed to the lower FPS until I saw 70 FPS on one card.  It made my 80-90 FPS look like I didn't meet the minimum requirements.



Edited: 12/21/2011 at 11:18 AM by LL
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