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Old 2015-06-08, 23:02   #1
CheeseToast
Default Severe FPS issues

Hello, i have been having problems after installing patch 1.3 with my FPS stuttering, and getting low FPS while its not stuttering/dropping, i get around 25 FPS on low settings which even my old POS laptop could out do, i was wondering if there is any way to get rid of the FPS drops and increasing my average FPS. these are my PC's specs

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System Information
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  Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium  (6.1.7601)
      Architecture: 64-bit
   Current Culture: English (United States)
       Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC. M5A78L-M/USB3
         Processor: AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core Processor              (Physical: 3, Logical: 6)
            Memory: 4.00 GB
      DIMM Modules: DIMM0: 4.00 GB @ 667 MHz
         Page File: 3.98 GB
    .NET Framework: Unknown

Display Information
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 Display Device(s): Generic PnP Monitor on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
   Display Mode(s): 1360 x 768 (32 bit) @ 60 Hz
    Driver Version: 9.18.13.3494 (334.94)
    Display Memory: 2.00 GB
     Multisampling: 2, 4, 8
               DPI: 96 (100%)

Audio Information
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  Primary Playback: Speakers (Siberia V2 Illuminate
 Primary Recording: Microphone (Siberia V2 Illumina
  Open AL Renderer: Software
               EAX: True
           EAX 1.0: False
           EAX 2.0: True
           EAX 3.0: False
           EAX 4.0: False
           EAX 5.0: False
             X-RAM: False

Disk Information
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      Install Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Project Reality\Project Reality BF2
                    Free: 353.63 GB, Total: 931.41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False
          Mod Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Project Reality\Project Reality BF2\mods\pr
                    Free: 353.63 GB, Total: 931.41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False
     Profiles Path: C:\Users\Shylow\Documents\ProjectReality\Profiles
                    Free: 353.63 GB, Total: 931.41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False
    Update DL Path: C:\Users\Shylow\AppData\Local\Project Reality\Project Reality BF2\Downloads
                    Free: 353.63 GB, Total: 931.41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False
   Update Log Path: C:\Users\Shylow\AppData\Local\Project Reality\Project Reality BF2\UpdateLogs
                    Free: 353.63 GB, Total: 931.41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False

Game Information
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    Installed Mods: pr
       Current Mod: pr
           Version: Standalone - 1.0
        PR Version: 1.3.0.0
          Language: english
   Debug Available: False
     Large Address: True
Supported Hardware: None

Profile Information
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      Profile 0001: CheeseToast
              Type: Online
 Last Used Profile: True
        View Intro: True
        Fullscreen: True
      Display Mode: 1360x768@60Hz
Display Mode Valid: True
   Graphics Scheme: Custom
     Multisampling: Off
             VSync: False
   Terrain Quality: High
   Effects Quality: Medium
  Geometry Quality: High
   Texture Quality: Medium
  Lighting Quality: High
   Dynamic Shadows: Medium
    Dynamic Lights: Medium
 Texture Filtering: Medium
    Audio Provider: Hardware
    Provider Valid: True
     Audio Quality: Medium
               EAX: True
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Old 2015-06-09, 12:11   #2
dvdchen
Default Re: Severe FPS issues

im getting similar issues with my rig also

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System Information
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  Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro (6.3.9600)
      Architecture: 64-bit
   Current Culture: Italian (Italy)
       Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC. M5A78L-M LX V2
         Processor: AMD FX(tm)-6100 Six-Core Processor              (Physical: 3, Logical: 6)
            Memory: 8,00 GB
      DIMM Modules: DIMM0: 4,00 GB @ 1600 MHz
                    DIMM1: 4,00 GB @ 1600 MHz
         Page File: 4,50 GB
    .NET Framework: 4.5+ Release Build: 379893, Runtime: 4.0.30319.34209

Display Information
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 Display Device(s): Generic PnP Monitor on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760
   Display Mode(s): 1920 x 1080 (32 bit) @ 60 Hz
    Driver Version: 9.18.13.5286 (352.86)
    Display Memory: 2,00 GB
     Multisampling: 2, 4, 8
               DPI: 96 (100%)

Audio Information
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  Primary Playback: Speakers (Realtek High Definiti
 Primary Recording: Mic in at rear panel (Pink) (Re
  Open AL Renderer: Software
               EAX: True
           EAX 1.0: False
           EAX 2.0: True
           EAX 3.0: False
           EAX 4.0: False
           EAX 5.0: False
             X-RAM: False

Disk Information
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      Install Path: C:\Games\giochi\Project Reality BF2
                    Free: 619,82 GB, Total: 931,41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False
          Mod Path: C:\Games\giochi\Project Reality BF2\mods\pr
                    Free: 619,82 GB, Total: 931,41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False
     Profiles Path: C:\Users\wildb_000\Documents\ProjectReality\Profiles
                    Free: 619,82 GB, Total: 931,41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False
    Update DL Path: C:\Users\wildb_000\AppData\Local\Project Reality\Project Reality BF2\Downloads
                    Free: 619,82 GB, Total: 931,41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False
   Update Log Path: C:\Users\wildb_000\AppData\Local\Project Reality\Project Reality BF2\UpdateLogs
                    Free: 619,82 GB, Total: 931,41 GB, FS: NTFS, SSD: False

Game Information
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    Installed Mods: pr
       Current Mod: pr
           Version: Standalone - 1.0
        PR Version: 1.3.0.0
          Language: english
   Debug Available: False
     Large Address: True
Supported Hardware: None

Profile Information
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      Profile 0001: wildbsco
              Type: Online
 Last Used Profile: True
        View Intro: False
        Fullscreen: True
      Display Mode: 1920x1080@60Hz
Display Mode Valid: True
   Graphics Scheme: Custom
     Multisampling: 8x
             VSync: True
   Terrain Quality: High
   Effects Quality: High
  Geometry Quality: High
   Texture Quality: High
  Lighting Quality: High
   Dynamic Shadows: Off
    Dynamic Lights: Off
 Texture Filtering: Medium
    Audio Provider: Software
    Provider Valid: True
     Audio Quality: Medium
               EAX: False
i mean i know the bulldozer sucks for games but these fps drops are really bad. its pretty much the same as dayz if im out in the forest i get stable fps the moment i look where the actions is it drops to 25. i guess its just an amd thing sadly.

Edit: also i get no change in fps with either low or high setting its always the same
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Old 2015-06-09, 17:05   #3
[R-DEV]​LITOralis.nMd
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Default Re: Severe FPS issues

Guys, the Bulldozer 6XXX really does suck for PR. If you can OC your CPU you'll see pretty good increases.


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3. Download Bitsum ProcessLasso Free. Make sure you download the correct version, Free 32 bit or Free 64 bit, Process Lasso - Automate and optimize process priorities, CPU affinities, power profiles, and more! http://bitsum.com/prolasso.php
-- Start PR, JOIN AN ONLINE SERVER, alt tab to desktop, open ProcessLasso window, right click on PRBF2.exe, PRLauncher.exe, and PRMumble.exe and set the PRBF2.exe to gaming mode, and give them high or higher access to RAM.
Unpark your CPU Cores in ProcessLasso->Options->Configure CPU Core Parking->UNpark your cores.
You can also use Razer Gamebooster to shut down as many background processes as you can, to save CPU cycles. http://www.razerzone.com/cortex/game-booster

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Old 2015-06-11, 12:13   #4
dvdchen
Default Re: Severe FPS issues

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Originally Posted by [R-COM]LITOralis.nMd View Post
Guys, the Bulldozer 6XXX really does suck for PR. If you can OC your CPU you'll see pretty good increases.




You can also use Razer Gamebooster to shut down as many background processes as you can, to save CPU cycles. Razer Cortex: Game Booster
Yeah thanks for the tips but i dont really like OC during summer ya know.
Dont buy amd for gaming guys it really sucks with cpu heavy games like the arma engine and also bf2 the single core performance are really bad compared to intel and developers dont really optimize for multi cores.
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