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32bit 4ram: Battlefield 4 runs fine. 64bit 8ram: Can barely run the game

I used to be able to play Battlefield 4 on medium to high settings without the game stuttering whatsoever. Recently I upgraded to 64bit and 8 RAM. Even though the game is supposed to run better - it runs worse. I can barely run it when I'm on the lowest settings. Note that videos in media players and YouTube are stuttering too. I ran an antivirus scan (even though just formatted) and my computer is clean.

Intel® Core™ i5-2400 CPU @ 3.10GHz, 8 RAM, AMD Radeon HD 6700
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  1. Download latest 64-bit AMD drivers.
  2. Could it be a drivers issue 32 to 64bit? Or some other dependency you forgot to install? Like direct x for example?
  3. Neither of the above. I've installed (and updated to the latest) all programs and drivers.
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    I still want to say that its your video drivers if you're experiencing stuttering on youtube as well, I would get driver sweeper remove all your drivers and reinstall.
  5. maxiim said:
    I still want to say that its your video drivers if you're experiencing stuttering on youtube as well, I would get driver sweeper remove all your drivers and reinstall.

    Done. Didn't work unfortunately.. Anything else you can think of?
  6. I've come up with 2 possible solutions: disconnecting my old hard disk, and/or using SSD. Any chance?
  7. lolmamalol said:
    I've come up with 2 possible solutions: disconnecting my old hard disk, and/or using SSD. Any chance?


    Removing the drivers and reinstalling the correct ones as well as checking you have direct x installed are the standard solutions. Beyond that it is incredibly hard to tell from here. You should try to find someone in your vicinity who knows about PCs so he can have a look at it. It sounds a lot like driver issues, but if it isn't that, I really can't help from afar.
  8. OnkelCannabia said:
    lolmamalol said:
    I've come up with 2 possible solutions: disconnecting my old hard disk, and/or using SSD. Any chance?


    Removing the drivers and reinstalling the correct ones as well as checking you have direct x installed are the standard solutions. Beyond that it is incredibly hard to tell from here. You should try to find someone in your vicinity who knows about PCs so he can have a look at it. It sounds a lot like driver issues, but if it isn't that, I really can't help from afar.

    I will try that. Thank you kindly. Meanwhile if anyone has any idea..
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