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I just installed my new 2333SW 23" LCD 1920x1080. I moved from 19" LCD 1440x900. I just got into BC2 And there is stutter. Like every 2 seconds it stutters....

I tried turning vsync on and off but nothing is working any idea how to fix this?
 

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I'm guessing your probably trying to run it at max settings judging by your sig. Stuttering can be a result of the frame buffers on the graphics cards filling up. Anti-Aliasing can be a big cause of this, try reducing the AA.
 

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Disable Catalyst Control Center... it's caused stutters before for me in my crossfire setups.

Are you running MSI Afterburner yet?
 

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In your start menu, type "msconfig" in the search bar... press enter.

In the Startup tab... scroll down until you see "Catalyst Control Center". Uncheck that box. Click apply. Restart the computer.

Only run CCC when you want to change settings, then exit out of it.

If this does not work for you, then just reverse the process.

Good luck.
 

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Ok Odd... I just enabled vsync and had ATI tray tool running in the background but i still get 70-90 FPS... Shouldn't it lock on 60? My monitor refresh rate is at 60....

I forced it even in ATI tray tools to be use vsync but still i get high fps???
 

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Well It is not the heat issue anyone has any idea how to fix this? Does driver has anything to do with it? I am running 10.3 with crossfire pro folio.
 

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LOL try your old screen settings and see if you have stutter so 1440x900.
Your stutter problem with your cards is that something is accessing the VRM,fan etc every second or so.
This will cause stutter at higher resolutions which you have not noticed at lower resolutions.
 

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Your stutter problem with your cards is that something is accessing the VRM,fan etc every second or so.
This will cause stutter at higher resolutions which you have not noticed at lower resolutions.

Man, that is genius ... if I understand it correctly


I'm so glad I don't have anything accessing my fan or VRM, cause I'd hate to have this stuttering problem.
 

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I think you are experiencing microstuttering....

My 5970 has pretty bad microstuttering in some games.
 

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Originally Posted by brettjv
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Man, that is genius ... if I understand it correctly


I'm so glad I don't have anything accessing my fan or VRM, cause I'd hate to have this stuttering problem.

Man you do not even have a clue then I guess.I will enjoy my system stutter free.
 
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