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Pubg stuttering and crashing

Vinskiukko
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So my pubg stutters a lot and very unstable fps, and if i am in chrome for example my game crashes like 50% of time.

specs:

r5 1600

ddr4 2x4gb 2666

rx 6650xt

500gb ssd

i think it could be my ram, but i feel like the suttering got worse when i got new gpu 2 days ago.

and i havent removed nvidia drivers.

fps average was 90

 

 

 

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Use DDU to remove all graphics drivers(both AMD and Nvidia), then reinstall the correct drivers for your new card using AMD Adrenalin. Make sure you also get Windows updates and driver updates for anything else in the computer that needs them. 

 

8GB of ram is definitely pretty low, PUBG alone will be taking up most of that so having it crash when you start multitasking with chrome as well doesn't surprise me, if possible I'd recommend upgrading to 16GB of ram as soon as you can. 8GB just isn't enough for a gaming computer these days. 

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1 hour ago, SpookyCitrus said:

Use DDU to remove all graphics drivers(both AMD and Nvidia), then reinstall the correct drivers for your new card using AMD Adrenalin. Make sure you also get Windows updates and driver updates for anything else in the computer that needs them. 

 

8GB of ram is definitely pretty low, PUBG alone will be taking up most of that so having it crash when you start multitasking with chrome as well doesn't surprise me, if possible I'd recommend upgrading to 16GB of ram as soon as you can. 8GB just isn't enough for a gaming computer these days. 

lol used ddu and my internet is now slow as hell.

guess i have to reboot my computer

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1 hour ago, Vinskiukko said:

lol used ddu and my internet is now slow as hell.

guess i have to reboot my computer

All DDU affects is the graphics drivers, so you're internet slowing down isn't due to running DDU. And yes when using DDU you will want to restart your computer after it finishes uninstalling the old drivers. There should be an option for uninstall and restart which is the one you should be using.

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