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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-26-2019, 09:40 AM - Thread Starter
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BF1 lag and stutter ??

BF1 lags or stutters a lot sometimes. Usually it's worse at the start of a map, reminds of of the hicupps old games would get when loading new textures as u look around in a new area. The picture freezes, and things rubberband a bit. It usually tappers off after starting, and then might happen once and a while. Not every single game has it, at least not after playing a 1-2 minutes.

I have it installed on a M550 500GB (about 80GB free), not c:, and I have i5-9600k, rtx2070, 16GB 3,000MHz, and win10 on a 512GB NVMe

BFV and SWBF2 (on c: ) play more or less great online, so it's not my internet connection.

I only got this game and SWBF2 3 weeks ago, it's great otherwise. I've barely been playing BFV, seems I'm worse at that than BF1 and SWBF2 for some reason. And BF1 seems to have more maps.

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Are you using DX12? If so, get rid of it.

I ran the game with DX12 on my 2700X/RTX 2080. Horrible stuttering, juddering, and hickups. Then I switched to DX11, now it's as smooth as can be, not a single hiccup.

Some games run ok with DX12, Battlefield V being one of them. Some games however, like Battlefield 1, DX12 should be avoided like the plague.

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What is your cpu usage?
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These mystery stutters in BF1 are not new. I've experienced them off and on since my 4790K (4.9GHz, 32GB RAM at 2666MHz), through an i7-5775c (4.3GHz, 16GB [email protected]), and less frequently on my 8700K (5GHz, 16GB [email protected]). Your CPU is 6 cores and should be plenty for BF1. Unless your specific setup is experiencing DX12 hiccups or temperature or power throttling, then likely, you are experiencing BF1 anti-cheat technology: DICE started using memory encryption, which places additional load on CPU and is especially detrimental on 4 cores, and possibly in your case, 6 cores as well. It seems to occur randomly, kind of like either a random audit or heuristics-based trigger when your score/minute or k/d ratios are above certain thresholds. Not much can be done, except overclock for more MHz or get more cores/threads.

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Yeah it's all maxed and using DX12. I'll try DX11 thanks

I briefly looked up the problem for 2019, some people report having issues after some patch.

I'll watch my cpu usage next time too


I can't say it's action related. Sometimes it will lag in heavy action/explosions....but it happens walking in the middle of nowhere too. I've hardly ever felt it got me killed tho, I don't have much of that impression at least.


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Quote: Originally Posted by CelticGamer View Post
Are you using DX12? If so, get rid of it.

I ran the game with DX12 on my 2700X/RTX 2080. Horrible stuttering, juddering, and hickups. Then I switched to DX11, now it's as smooth as can be, not a single hiccup.

Some games run ok with DX12, Battlefield V being one of them. Some games however, like Battlefield 1, DX12 should be avoided like the plague.
I changed to DX11 and it's 1000x better, and I can't say I noticed any difference at all in gfx, maybe there's some, but without a side by side, I'm oblivious.

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