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Crysis (One) FPS Drop When Looking Around Too Fast?

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THE SOLUTION
Disabled nVidia Surround

THE PROBLEM
When not looking around or moving my mouse slowly I have 100 FPS (Everything maxed out on Very High). When I start to 'flick' or turn my mouse too fast there is a massive FPS drop and it snaps back to normal once I stop moving my mouse.


WHAT I'VE TRIED
  1. Disable motion blur
  2. Turn Textures to low
  3. Turn shaders to low
  4. Turn post-processing to low
  5. Disable/Enable V-Sync
  6. Turn shadows to low
  7. Most recent stable and beta drivers (clean installation)
  8. Different areas (sky, jungle, beach, etc)

Please see rig in signature for PC specs. Game was run at 1920x1080.


UPDATE
I have played Crysis before (non-steam version) and had zero issue with it. When I played that version I was at stock on my CPU and using 2 GTX480s instead of my 670s. The hardware in my computer has not changed (cor related) but for the better. This leads me to think it's a software issue.

VIDEO OF MY ISSUE
Edited by Victus - 2/6/13 at 4:07pm
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are you running the game in 32 or 64 bit
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SpykeZ View Post

are you running the game in 32 or 64 bit

Hmm, good question. I had assumed it was 64 bit since it was through steam. Just launched it and checked, it's the 32 bit. I'll look up how to launch 64 bit through steam.

EDIT: 64bit version still has the same problem.
Edited by Victus - 2/3/13 at 12:18am
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CPU bottleneck IMO. a stock i7 930 is not very ideal for a game like Crysis 1 to make the fps constant all the time.
Changing the settings to lower levels without any effect on the fps proves this point greatly.
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Are your 670 overclocked? Try setting them to stock clocks.

Also try running it off one card
Is the game installed on your ssd?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HeadlessKnight View Post

CPU bottleneck IMO. a stock i7 930 is not very ideal for a game like Crysis 1 to make the fps constant all the time.
Changing the settings to lower levels without any effect on the fps proves this point greatly.

LOL, 930 is more than enough and it's at 3.5GHz - like I said I get 100FPS EVERYTHING set to MAX

Quote:
Originally Posted by kenpachiroks View Post

Are your 670 overclocked? Try setting them to stock clocks.

Also try running it off one card
Is the game installed on your ssd?

They're SCed as said in my rig system. SLI and single GPU is the same.


I was able to record a video of it very well. When I turn slow you'll see my frames are smooth (60) and when I consistently turn fast my frames are again smooth (60). But during the jerks or flicks of moving my mouse is when the game acts up. I'll post a link once it's uploaded.

Link to the video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=aIeWHxvTRm0

EDIT: Back when I had a non-steam version it worked flawlessly using two 480s and when I had only one 670. After the steam winter sale I had bought the Crysis collection and that is when this started. I'm thinking I should try the previous non-steam version .exe and see if that fixes it.
Edited by Victus - 2/4/13 at 10:36am
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Have you tried re-installing the game? I remember that I had some glitches in Crysis 1 lately (could not see the main menu etc) and re-installing solved it.
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Have you tried re-installing the game? I remember that I had some glitches in Crysis 1 lately (could not see the main menu etc) and re-installing solved it.

I have, twice. I'll try the 'third times the charm' approach and see if I have any success. I honestly doubt it though.

I was somewhat thinking it could have been the 'pixel streaming' off my HDD but it's a fast speed drive and I haven't had problems with the game when it wasn't obtained through Steam.
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Originally Posted by Victus View Post

They're SCed as said in my rig system. SLI and single GPU is the same.
I meant, is it overclocked beyond the factory OC?

Do you get a drop in GPU usage during this FPS drop? (Use Afterburner OSD or precision x)

I assume temps, clocks are all normal. No power saving enabled?
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