BrilhanteUstra wrote: »
Same here. Changing to low or ultra has no impact in the stuttering. Fps keep flutuating between 40 - 60 fps (both singleplayer and multiplayer), causing scrren locks for less than 1 second. This is more noticeable in monte Grappa map. Other maps like Argonne i can maintain constant 60 fps.
16 GB RAM
WINDOWS 7 SP1 -64 bit
ziXs wrote: »
Guys, here`s a little fix that might improve your FPS .
1. Set gametime.maxvariablefps to your monitor refresh rate.
2. Change in game the RenderDevice.RenderAheadLimit to test which setting works best for you.
RenderDevice.RenderAheadLimit 1 - significantly lowers and limits the GPU usage to 70 %(can not reach higher) . CPU usage lowers abit down to 70 %. A lot of sluttering and FPS limited to 50.
RenderDevice.RenderAheadLimit 0 - (default value) - 99 % GPU Usage | 95-100 % CPU Usage.
RenderDevice.RenderAheadLimit 2 - 99 % GPU Usage | 70-85 % CPU usage.
RenderDevice.RenderAheadLimit 3 - 99 % GPU Usage | 70-85 % CPU usage.
For my config RenderDevice.RenderAheadLimit 2 gives the best combo. Hyperthreading is enabled.
3. Create user.cfg file in your Battlefield 1 Main folder. Paste the following lines in this file.
gametime.maxvariablefps 60 (your monitor refresh rate)
TURKISHKILLERS wrote: »
New drivers of nvida (375.63 - WHQL) that was released today fixed FPS DROPS
New nvidia drivers that is released today fixed my fps drops with gtx 1070 and i5 6600 try and see awesome
I was 100 fps but dips to 40s..
always 80-120 fps never dips below 80s
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