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Geforce GTX 770 is lagging!

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Hey I'd like to know why in games like Titanfall and Arma3, ESO and Skyrim I'm getting a bit of lagg/stuttering. I have a Gefoce GTX 770 from EVGA, their Super Clocked Edition. Could it be my internet or what? all my drivers are up to date.

 

My system specs are:

 

CPU: 

AMD FX-8350 Black Edition Vishera 4.0GHz

Motherboard: 

ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z

RAM: 

HyperX XMP Blu Red Series 8GB

Storage:

2TB Western Digital Black 7200 RPM Drive

 

Windows 7 Ultimate

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You are having problems with Skyrim and it is not an online game so right there it tells you this is not internet related.  

Do you have v-sync on or off?  Turn it on to see if it fixes the problem.

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Is V-sync on? Is your internet lagging? How many watts is your powersupply? Did you turn down settings and get a better FPS?

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speedtest.net

Look in the settings of the games

Make sure Vsync is off

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Lower the res and make sure that you dont have background apps open, also try to clean your computer and keep drivers up-to-date. Your internet would not be the problem, but who knows.

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Check in Nvidia's control panel to see if any of the extremely high settings are forced on.  This could cause your games to run at lower fps.

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Could it be that the new drivers are what is causing the issue?... You could try an older driver and see what happens.

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V-sync shouldn't do anything.

It sometimes caps frames at 30fps.

I play Skyrim maxed out on my 660TI with an i5,

So you should be fine i would think.

 

Maybe your CPU is bottle necking it?

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Check in Nvidia's control panel to see if any of the extremely high settings are forced on.  This could cause your games to run at lower fps.

Don't listen to anyone telling you to turn down the settings.

You don't have to with that card. 

Skyrim isn't even a demanding game.

Accept only extremely high settings 

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Don't listen to anyone telling you to turn down the settings.

You don't have to with that card. 

Skyrim isn't even a demanding game.

Accept only extremely high settings 

 

This guy.

 

You aren't helping anyone.  It doesn't hurt to check.

Also, there wouldn't be a CPU bottleneck here. An 8350 is more than powerful enough for a 770.

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This guy.

 

You aren't helping anyone.  It doesn't hurt to check.

Well it's true, and common sense.

 

His setup shouldn't be running anything short of maxed out settings on skyrim.

 

Wasn't trying to be cheeky

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~Abraham Lincoln

In times when we are on the brink of destruction, war, and loosing ourselves, let's remember a basic fundamental element of love, forgiveness, and understanding; God bless!

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Use driversweeper to uninstall your old GPU drivers and install the newest ones from nvidia, if you haven't done so already

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