I-Soldat-I wrote: »
I have a Core i7 6700K, 16 Gb RAM 1070 video card, on Win 10. Runs smooth after the last patch
XxCobraCommander wrote: »
On my rig bf1 runs smooth as butter on windwos 8.1 but on the exact same system windows 10 runs and is spikes and stutter. even on my laptop which has a 7820k and 1070 i get the same stutters. THis is BS big time
I_Shanghai_Kid_I wrote: »
Cobra try this and see how it does. In windows 10
> Settings " AKA - Windows Settings" I say this because once you open settings it for some reason is actually named it Windows Settings real big. lol
Settings - Gaming - and in every setting that has an on/off switch starting with game bar - Turn it off. As you are playing on PC and not an Xbox. It has helped a bunch of people lately that I know.
If you are using a game controller and not a keyboard and mouse you might want to leave that stuff on.
Next after doing that if its not fixed to your liking - You can try Asus GPU Tweak II that you can use to clean up windows issues. Just google Asus GPU Tweak II youtube if you need help using the Tools.
Next check your graphics settings. Nvidia control panel. Configure Surround, PhysX - Make sure your PhysX settings are set to your graphics card and not your CPU. This is super tuff on CPU's and will cause problems in most cases.
I was primarily thinking of your laptop when I wrote this. So, another thing to check on your desktop is Bios updates and update it. Note: with ASUS its best to download the bios update onto a thumb drive that is formatted to FAT32 and run the bios update from that drive.
bass-junkie-xl wrote: »
I realy wish we could get 3 guys with 3 systems with perf overlay on showing graph on
Z170 ,z270 ,z370 showing the graph and frame times in the same server. I just went back to Windows 8.1 x64 on my rig in sig and it was not any less cpu spiking then win 1607 . When 6 months 8.1 was butter smooth maybee between the dice patches, intel Spector, nvidia drivers and latest security patches in Windows has made frame times way werse then it ever was.
IG-Calibre wrote: »
instead of going through all the hassle of reinstalling windows could you not just run it in compatibility mode for win 8?
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