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GTX 670 weird FPS issues and framrate problems

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Hi,

So i built my own computer recently and comparing it to my cousins computer and a mates, and i am very disappointed. I have an i5 3570K, GTX 670, Asrock z77 Extreme4, 8 gig of ram, corsair HX750 psu. The game i am mainly referring to is Borderlands 2 but other games seem to perform worse than my mates system even though i have better components.

So my cousin runs everything full in BL2 on a GTX 570. With everything maxed on my system, i drop FPS quite a lot in bigger fights, and sometimes just running along it can dip a little - my cousin with the GTX 570, doesnt at all. Could my GPU or system be underperforming? Or could it be a glitch with the 600 series? if so, what can i do?

Also, sometimes in BL2, i get an FPS of 60, but the game feels like it is framerating, just lags a little when i pan around with the mouse with the FPS counter still at a solid 60. To give you an idea, it kind of feels like a 40-50 fps even though it really is 60. This happens in other game too, such as dota 2 Ideas?

I have looked everywhere for an answer, but everything i have tried hasnt worked so far.
Everyone i have asked in person also says that i should be excelling with BL2, and should have no problems at all.

I am very frustrated and a reply would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you
post #2 of 7
I heard there are too many issues with Kepler and BL2 (Poor Optimized PyhsX, If I'm not mistaken), but I don't have the games, so I can't tell you so much, but at least it's the problem I've heard. redface.gif

Which driver are you using now? Did you try the latest 313.96 BETA driver?
Edited by Sharchaster - 1/31/13 at 4:08am
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fair enough smile.gif

Yeah just updated, still no progress. But i did notice that when i tabbed out and in, the fps dropped massively. Could it be microstutter or memory leakage?

In other games, like dota, i get a little bit of framrate when i pan the camera around, when i shouldnt be on my system.

Any ideas?
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I have same issue in BL2. Even with PhysX on low there's fps drops in battles when I'm having 4-player co-op. Also fps drop when I Alt + Tab. Guild Wars 2 performance was awful, again fps drops when changing camera position.

I got more consistent fps with overclocked GTX 470 than with my 670 frown.gif It's definitely driver issue but it doesn't look like Nvidia will do anything about it, BL2 has been on market for months but there's no solution at all. Guru3D forums have more people with the problem: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=369008
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okay, yeah ive read that the 6xx series has a few bugs reguarding performance and things like that. Do you suggest to get a 580 or something, or go to AMD? also, would another GTX 670 solve the problem?
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From Andrew Burnes, MOD on GeForce.com

"There's nothing we can do about PhysX within the game because Borderlands 2 shipped with its own PhysX files. Therefore, any change must come from Gearbox."

http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-313-96-beta-drivers-released
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Thank you for helping me solve the bl2 problem! biggrin.gif however, what about my micro stutter in data 2 while panning the map? 60 fps is feeling like 45
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