GTX 670 ftw w/ AsRock z77 extreme 4 problems (Battlfield 3 stutter)

Hi guys, something weird is going on all my games including battlefield 3 are experience stutter. I've run fraps, I'm getting extremely HIGH fps around 200-300 which isnt normal and then it suddenly drops to like 10-20. The game tries to run, then FPS drops very low, i'm also getting lines like vsync is not enabled. Something is wrong.


It started when I tried to update "Virtua MVP" from the AsRock website thats when all the problem started. I've tried uninstalling it, re-installing the one that came with my mobo CD, nothing works. I've reinstalled display drivers, done clean installs... not working. Maybe my integrated card is enabled by default?


Also, I noticed my NVIDIA control panel has defaulted to slower settings, here is the screenshot

http://i.imgur.com/QEChb.jpg
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  1. Yea thats what I was thinking, try disabling intergrated graphics in the BIOS
  2. @paddys09 there's no such setting on the motherboard.

    @OP: I'd reinstall windows, that Virtu MVP thing seriously messed up your system files. I know this might sound extreme, but it's the fastest fix and it's guaranteed to work.
  3. Sunius said:
    @paddys09 there's no such setting on the motherboard.

    @OP: I'd reinstall windows, that Virtu MVP thing seriously messed up your system files. I know this might sound extreme, but it's the fastest fix and it's guaranteed to work.


    Reinstalled windows. Something is STILL wrong. I just reinstalled all my drivers off the mobo CD like I did initially.

    I also installed NVIDIA drivers off the CD and updated from the web

    Now, some windows have blurry text like Chrome, all I did was increase the DPI, text is fine in Windows but it's hazy in Chrome.


    My in-game problems still persist. Battlefield 3 is set to Auto, but the settings are showing lower specs than my rig can handle, I dont know whats going on
  4. Are you connecting the monitor to the graphics card and not the motherboard?
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