He's actually not the first person to state that higher RAM frequency can help stabilise the game.
There's nothing wrong with people double-checking their RAM frequency and seeing if a higher MHz setting is available as an XMP profile. Tak…
Actually an increase in resolution could push more work to the graphics card and relieve the CPU. The truth is it's hard to know without knowing the ins and outs of BF1. This happens frequently in Arma, you can get higher FPS on higher set…
Make a file name 'user.cfg' and place it in your Battlefield 1 folder, add the following lines:
Or set the FPS to 60 in nVidia control panel.
Why do people get to arsey if there's a bit of technical advise they don't agree with or they believe is wrong? So what if I suggested disabling all the C-states features in your BIOS? It will either help or it wont, there was no claim there otherwi…
The OP actually says to DISABLE C1E and ENABLE EIST, it also states for "the record C1E means the CPU handles power saving alone - nothing you set in Windows will override this. Enabling EIST means Windows will handle the power."
Try Roughneck's suggestion from the first page https://forums.battlefield.com/en-us/discussion/comment/257263/#Comment_257263
Remember to disable all the power/voltage/frequency savings in your BIOS too (C1E, C3/C6, EIST etc.)
Yeah hopefully that's the case :D This thread has been here for 3 days, but people prefer bickering like kids in the other performance threads. Meanwhile on the r/Battlefield subreddit the admins pinned it right away: https://www.reddit.com…
I've just asked the mods, it would help clean the forum up a bit. The problem is as it's official forums there might be some issue with 3rd party suggestions (which my post contains), EA can't endorse it. At least that's what I found to be …