Padooka wrote: »
Thanks for your time and your work.
Have you had a chance to test the 375.63 drivers?
Have you spoken to nvidia also?
Apoptosis wrote: »
Hey guys! I just published a performance article on BF1 that I've been working on since before the game came out. It has a dozen video cards benchmarked in it at three resolutions. I've experienced the FPS Drops that you've all been commenting on. It's worse on AMD hardware and still present on NVIDIA hardware as well.
You can see my frametime results here:
AMD Radeon graphics cards experience huge performs drops and it spans multiple generations of cards as I even tested on an AMD Radeon 7870 GHz Edition 2GB graphics card from 2012 with Crimson 16.10.2 drivers and the issue is still present. 140ms translates into 7 FPS, so this is the stutter or drop many AMD users are seeing. NVIDIA graphics cards aren't immune to this as even the GeForce GTX 1080 is dropping at times down to around 20 FPS for no apparent reason.
The good news is I've been working with EA/DICE and AMD since last week on this issue and they are aware of it. AMD told me on Saturday (10/22/2016) that they were going to open a ticket on this as my testing results are very similar to what they are seeing internally. First thoughts from everyone is how DX12 is handling the graphics cards memory. Are you guys seeing this is DX 11? I haven't had time to re-do everything in DX11, but that might lessen the issue as from what I have been told the driver has full control of the memory in DX11.
I saw someone in here post up that the new GeForce GTX 375.63 drivers that came out yesterday fixed the issue, but that isn’t true as there were no BF1 tweaks to be had in that driver. The only change in GeForce 375.63 drivers was a fix for some Windows 10 UI issues that were impacting the start menu and titles. It did nothing to smooth out performance when I re-tested.
Hope this helps everyone.
Magicmuffin14 wrote: »
I ran the game smooth in beta on ultra without problems
after full release i began getting stuttering and fps drops these are the things that gave me slight performance boost.
i7 6700 Skylake
Nvidia GTX 960
Game installed on SSD
And tempetures are low
CPU at 70% on full server
Things i have tried so far that gave me slight performance boost maybe it can help others.
1. costum cfg file with locked fps
2. unparked my cores
3. disable shadowplay and Disable DVR xbox recorder through registry editor
4. set power plan to high performance
5. Set Graphic card to prefare high power and prerendered frames to 1 in the nvidia controllpanel
After this my game went from unplayable to over 60 fps with slight drops in big explotions.
i hope the patch this soon and hopefully this fixes it for someone
Syxius90 wrote: »
Nvidia GeForce Titan X 12GB (Pascal)
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790k CPU @ 4.8GHz
Windows 10 Professional 64-bit
Getting frame drops too, I made a thread almost a week ago about it. https://forums.battlefield.com/en-us/discussion/39370/40-60-fps-with-titan-x-pascal/
Tried pretty much every solution that's out there.
Highlancer wrote: »
Same problem with 970GTX + i5 2500k.
LOW or ULTRA settings make no difference... Framerate is very moody and can go as low as in the 20s, then back up to 60-100. I suspect "framerate" is a woman.
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