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Ac Origins microstutter

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So i've already asked alot of people how to stop microstuttering on Origins. Everyone told me i had to put V-Sync on and cap the FPS to 60, so i did that. And it worked, for a moment. I was able to stop the stuttering for One session. literally the next day i got on the stuttering was back, it dropped to single digits frequently. So i checked the settings and nothing changed. The FPS cap was still on 60 and V-Sync was on. I gave up at this point and wished i never bought a PC lol.

 

So i wonder if anyone has a fix for this.  Thanks in advance.

 

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i7-8700K

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High Preset

Volumetric clouds OFF

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Vsync usually makes stuttering appear instead of disappear. 

 

Your ram frequency is pretty damn low, you might wanna OC it to like 2666 or higher. 

 

Other than that, how are your cpu, gpu and ram load, clock speeds and temps in the game? 

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you turn v-sync on you don't do the fps limit deal as well, you should just do one thing.

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