Why is Crysis FPS dipping?

Hey everyone, first time builder here and I'm having some FPS problems playing Crysis.

Here are my specs:

CPU: 15-3750k
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX670 FTW 2GB 256 bit GDDR5
Memory: 16GB RAM

I'm using a 120hz HDTV through HDMI to play.

I put all settings to very high, because shouldn't I be getting atleast 60FPS on very high with this hardware?

Then I changed everything to high and played around with the AA settings, but no success.

The screen looks really choppy, especially in the first cutscene.

Also, I don't know if this matters but I'm playing the UK version of the game (I'm in the US), would that have something to do with the FPS dropping?

(Also I have my GPU set to 60Hz as there wasn't a 120Hz option, is that a problem?)
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  1. Run the game at 60hz. I have had this problem with one of my old rigs. It was running flawlessly for about 5-10 mins then had a sudden di in fps then back to normal and again lol.
  2. Turn off Vsync, Vsync in Crysis will drop your framerate to 25FPS if your graphics hardware can't maintain 60FPS constantly. Even with a GTX 670, Crysis is still quite demanding, and you will probably drop below 60FPS on occasion with very high settings, and any amount of AntiAliasing.
  3. Have you tried other games and if so do you have any issues with them?
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