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Hi survivors. I'll give a quick rundown of my issue. I used to have a chupacabra GPU (GT 450) got sick of low preformance in gaming. So I bought a new GPU. The GTX 960. very happy with the preformance on the card. However I experience choppy gameplay when I am playing dying light i.e stuttering 2 second freezes. Especially if I turn 180 degrees and the like. I was wondering if anyone has an idea why this occurs. here are the relevant specs MSI GTX 960 2 GB amd FX 8120 OC @ 4.1 I am suspecting my amd cpu might be the culprit. however the fps is high it jsut stutters a lot, no matter what graphical settings (even lowered resolution to 720) and I run other high-end games stable. Far Cry 4 Assassins creed unity. Thanks for your tme
This might help you if you have an Nvidia GTX 970 with an amd processor. Not guaranteed to make you lag free but enough performance boost that will keep you out and above 30 Fps without loosing in game image quality. I didn't really go into depth on testing so I don't actually know if its gonna be above 30fps maybe not in some areas. Trying doing things in this video. (Sorry guys with AMD cards I'd loved to help but I don't own a AMD Card so I don't know how the 3D things work but you could try looking at my 3D global settings and give it a shot.) Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2lH6fmZ2gA This is my settings for Manage 3D settings Global Settings: