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Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor lagging

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My specs are HD 7870, FX 8350 and 8GB RAM.

 

Even when I run Shadow of Mordor at lowest settings and resolution I'm still getting lag at times for example when the objectives come on the screen and a few other events. I checked on google and asked my friends and no one seems to be having this problem. Any ideas?

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The game hitches for me when it transitions from cut scene to gameplay. It drops down to sub 10fps for a second, and then quickly ramps up to normal framerates. It runs smooth at all other times though.

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My specs are HD 7870, FX 8350 and 8GB RAM.

Even when I run Shadow of Mordor at lowest settings and resolution I'm still getting lag at times for example when the objectives come on the screen and a few other events. I checked on google and asked my friends and no one seems to be having this problem. Any ideas?

The problem may be your hdd. I think your hdd is slow, which is causing the problem. And also try to see that how much vram the game is using.
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The problem may be your hdd. I think your hdd is slow, which is causing the problem. And also try to see that how much vram the game is using.

I actually have a 240GB SSD so i doubt that's the problem. I checked, the game never makes it near the full 2GB of VRAM

FX 8350 |  Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 | Asus Radeon HD 7870 DCUII Top | 8GB 1866MHz Vengeance | 240GB OCZ Vertex 3 SSD | 2TB Seagate Barracuda | 

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Have you update your drivers? Check for may-be malfunctions in hardware or faulty installation? (Just usual checks)

Because.... I'm doing quite fine on lowest setting with 30FPS average it using my laptop's Intel HD4000/8750M (The game said it's using my HD4000, though)

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My specs are HD 7870, FX 8350 and 8GB RAM.

 

Even when I run Shadow of Mordor at lowest settings and resolution I'm still getting lag at times for example when the objectives come on the screen and a few other events. I checked on google and asked my friends and no one seems to be having this problem. Any ideas?

How much VRAM do you have and what texture settings are you using?

My R9 280 (basically a 7950) has no lag but has 3GB of VRAM.

Afterburner reports about 2.7GB of VRAM usage with High texture settings.

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  • 9 months later...

im having the same trouble but i got a gamming pc i use geforce experiance to auto config my games

 

i still get massive lag and freezing

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