It's choppy. It's horrible. I don't know why, I don't know how. It seems to really only happen when i turn left or right. Here are my specs;
Vista 64 (Ultimate)
i7 920 Stock clocks
6GB (3x2) 1066MHZ RAM OCZ Gold
Intel DX58SO MB
XFX GTX 260 (216SPs)
WD Black 7200RPM 32mb cache 1tb (WD100FALS I think?)
Monitor: Samsung Syncmaster P2370 set @ 60hz. - 60 Hz x 81 KHz supposed max rates, "2 ms" response time
Running through DVI
BF2142 is set to run @ 1920x1080 @ 60hz (native for this monitor)
Video driver version : 8.16.0011.9062
Page file showing 1969mb used, 10520mb available .. (Wait, how can I have a 10GB page file with 6GB ram? heh..)
For some reason, under display in DXDIAG, it says Approx. Total Memory : 3689 MB for my video card. It has 896, so I'm a bit confused by that.
I'm running the sound on low quality since i'm using onboard realtek HD Audio
Of course, I'm running games like L4D2, L4D, Mirror's Edge, all no problem .. (couldn't run mirror's edge on max though, sad panda) and I have the same problem during le mans on GRID. - le mans is a very large map that changes from night to day. I get the same jittery, choppy, jumpiness .. where it will miss some of my input, and cause me to fly off the tracks, or in BF2142's case, stand there like a complete doofus and get my face filled with bullets.
I'm curious to find out if anyone is having similar issues .. Or has any insight.
Also, would I benefit from cranking up the speed of my RAM at all, in games, or is it really just my GPU bottlenecking me and nothing else? I know the memory on the card is running at ~1000mhz, not sure if the system RAM needs to be on par/above it.
Thank you, my favorite community of fine tech denizens