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yup but should'nt artifacting affect the entire game, or is it just picky. Also, i run skyrim with a dozen mods & it does not artifact

I had the same issues, I had to turn AA down.
    
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yup but should'nt artifacting affect the entire game, or is it just picky. Also, i run skyrim with a dozen mods & it does not artifact

Then try changing the drivers I guess. If it's something like that, artifacting can in fact be extremely picky.
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Turdsoft ain't interested in fixing this game. I am positive we won't be seeing a resolution for the fps issue ever. As the past is my witness.
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Turdsoft ain't interested in fixing this game. I am positive we won't be seeing a resolution for the fps issue ever. As the past is my witness.

Lol to be honest I don't get it. Is your i7 3930k with 4.7ghz having problems in this game?
My friend with an i7 2600k 4.4Ghz called me up and said it runs fine for him 55-65fps. (GTX-670)
I even specifically asked him if boston was stuttering, and he plain and simple said no. He is a trustable asset, so I don't doubt him, but all these people with i7s speaking of 55fps minimum are they in abstergo?
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runs great on my laptop at 1080p with decent settings, and on my desktop I run it maxed out at 1080p and no issues at all.

I have the latest Drivers on both systems,
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Lol to be honest I don't get it. Is your i7 3930k with 4.7ghz having problems in this game?
My friend with an i7 2600k 4.4Ghz called me up and said it runs fine for him 55-65fps. (GTX-670)
I even specifically asked him if boston was stuttering, and he plain and simple said no. He is a trustable asset, so I don't doubt him, but all these people with i7s speaking of 55fps minimum are they in abstergo?
This is a known fact that the game is poorly optimized. I get in the mid 30s in the opening sequence of Boston. Throughout this and other cities farm rate drops are in the 40s to 50s. Several people on this forum have cited similar experiences. You can decide who is the reliable source for yourself. Doesn't change the fad that the game has very serious performance issues.
If he is not seeing stuttering n Boston them he is simply nab,e to notice it. Doesn't mean it's not there. I mean we can't see gravity but we all know its there.
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Latest nvidia beta released on 20th of november:

GTX 680: Boost Up to 18% in Assassin's Creed III
GTX 660: Boost Up to 5% in Assassin's Creed III

Not sure if cards like gt 630m would also get some boost in performance...why is it always the top end cards that are mentioned lol
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This is a known fact that the game is poorly optimized. I get in the mid 30s in the opening sequence of Boston. Throughout this and other cities farm rate drops are in the 40s to 50s. Several people on this forum have cited similar experiences. You can decide who is the reliable source for yourself. Doesn't change the fad that the game has very serious performance issues.
If he is not seeing stuttering n Boston them he is simply nab,e to notice it. Doesn't mean it's not there. I mean we can't see gravity but we all know its there.

The only solution to this situation is, everyone reporting "smooth" performance should roam around in boston & post their frametimes. The game to my eyes is very much un-optimized, and until now I believed that its been milked for intel CPUs. But if a user with a high end i7 is reporting issues(who is well aware of what he is doing), then Ubisoft is to blame.
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Latest nvidia beta released on 20th of november:
GTX 680: Boost Up to 18% in Assassin's Creed III
GTX 660: Boost Up to 5% in Assassin's Creed III
Not sure if cards like gt 630m would also get some boost in performance...why is it always the top end cards that are mentioned lol
Because you don't buy a 630 to play graphical intense games. Besides, if we're talking low-end, AMD is better by far.

Other than that, not going to buy this game until the issues are sorted.
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The only solution to this situation is, everyone reporting "smooth" performance should roam around in boston & post their frametimes. The game to my eyes is very much un-optimized, and until now I believed that its been milked for intel CPUs. But if a user with a high end i7 is reporting issues(who is well aware of what he is doing), then Ubisoft is to blame.
it does seem unoptimized as i'm currently in boston, after playing thru a session, i went back to check my afterburner, and it was reporting max GPU usage of 53%. The game was stuttering as hell unless you went indoors, in a house or something
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