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Assassin,s creed 2 shuttering

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April 30, 2011 12:07:51 AM

hello everyone i have:


cpu:amd athlon x2 x250
gpu:ati readon hd 5770
Ram:2gb ddr3
HDD:500 seagate hdd

i have the following problem i played assassin,s creed without any shuttering or hitching it only hitched in a few areas but with assassin,s creed 2 it shutters when i,m walking or running after every 15 seconds i have turned of anti alliasing and use 1024p as my resolution 1280x1024

i fought that the cpu cant keep up with the gpu so i turned on vsync to lower the framerate what can i do to play this game shutter free? thank you
April 30, 2011 3:50:48 AM

turn the eye candy off. and play at native rez of your monitor.
if your still stuttering then try defragging.
your cpu is stronger than an amd 6000+x2 so should manage decent frame rates as i sold my old 6000+x2 88gt to a m8 and he plays it no problems.
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April 30, 2011 5:24:46 AM

^+1
Also, AC2 requires a good internet connection. If you have the minimum of 1mbps connection, then its okay.
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April 30, 2011 2:01:55 PM

well 1280x1024 is as high as my monitor can go so i will try loweting the settings and defraging my HDD thanks you guys
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April 30, 2011 2:07:06 PM

thegameking said:
hello everyone i have:


cpu:amd athlon x2 x250
gpu:ati readon hd 5770
Ram:2gb ddr3
HDD:500 seagate hdd

i have the following problem i played assassin,s creed without any shuttering or hitching it only hitched in a few areas but with assassin,s creed 2 it shutters when i,m walking or running after every 15 seconds i have turned of anti alliasing and use 1024p as my resolution 1280x1024

i fought that the cpu cant keep up with the gpu so i turned on vsync to lower the framerate what can i do to play this game shutter free? thank you


First, make sure your graphic card driver, game version, and direct x are up to date.

Vsync can really be helpful sometimes but it can also hurt you. Because if your system struggles to hit the 60 FPS that most people's monitors refresh at it will start cutting your FPS in half which can be a dramatic performance hit. Vsync cures "screen tearing" so I would recommend turning Vsync off until we figure out whats going on.

Stick with your native monitor resolution.
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