@PredatorRules: in time I will. Probably some time in 2015. Need a graphics card more right now. I may not be able to push the cards to its full potential but that doesn't really matter right now. I was reading the old i7's still get great numbers with new cards. Going to get a new fan for my cpu and overclock it til I upgrade everything.
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I'm getting the gtx 970. or maybe the 980.
@Coseniath: link me???
@heguain ayeee, i'm working on it. GTX 295 may be old but it still runs all the games I play at 1080p on high settings. Need to get on that DX11-12 wave though. The cards I need to get to top the power of a 295 are still $400+ cards (for now)
@FelipeInside: does it really stutter for everyone because this is what I was wondering the most. I managed to get to make the stutter in some parts a bit less noticeable but at the cost of running 30fps.
@GTR12: my cpu is running fine. I guess I need to overclock it. But I don't understand why I still get stutters or dips on the lowest settings and resolution in the same areas every time. I guess my GPU had just run it's course but I feel like the 360 can run this game just fine I should be able to as well. I'm not trying to max it out or anything. Just have it run at a steady framerate all the time.
@FelipeInside: like i've said I've literally turned off everything in the setting and ran the game 640x480 and the game would stutter at the same places every single. I'm trying to upgrade to a R9 290 before the end of the year.
Alright so I keep having a stutter/fps drop in Witcher 2 in all settings. I have tried almost every setting imaginable. I even put it on the lowest resolution with everything on low and I still got a stutter/fps drop in the same exact places every time. With vsync off I can get over 100fps and with it on I get 60fps solid but when it dips it goes below 30 in the same places every time. I thought maybe it was my HDD but I just got an SSD and while the load times are non existent, it didn't fix anything. I've even cleaned my GPU and applied new paste. I've searched and tried every fix imaginable. I've tweaked every single setting in nvidia control panel and still no fix. I've frame limited the game and even nothing. I even tried the stuttering patch and still nothing. I've played games that look more intensive with my specs and they run just fine. I can't for the life of me figure out what's causing it. For the last month I've been losing sleep on getting this game to run right because I just wanna play it smoothly (the game is soooo good) but this is killing my vibe.
Specs are below
Core i7 920 2.67ghz
256GB CRUCIAL SSD
600GB WD HDD
Someone help a brother out. I keep saying I'm gonna give up until I build a new rig but I just can't let it go. I should at the very least be able to play this game on low settings without the fps dips. My only guess is software issues with the latest nvidia drivers. The only thing I can think of is uninstalling them and seeing how the game runs and try to find a driver that works best. Or does the game just naturally have fps dips that cannot be fixed unless you have a godly rig?? Sorry for the long post. I like to be detailed.
@jun_aka_pekto: Yeah, I can no longer access my email unfortunately. But I cannot for the life of me access the internet on windows vista but it worked fine when I was on 7. Good god Vista is the scum of OS's everywhere.
I think I have a backup somewhere. Maybe that might actually work but I don't think I have enough space on my SSD for it to work.
update: i think I may be able to restore my windows 7 to my old HDD, get rid of all of the extra space I need and clone everything over. Wish me luck.
So a couple years ago I bought a student upgrade for vista ultimate to windows 7 professional. They allowed me to install from email but they also sent me a back up disc too. The install then went smoothly and I had absolutely no problems upgrading from vista ultimate to professional 7 and kept all my files too. So I just bought a SSD for my computer and wanted to install my OS on it and I installed Vista Ultimate perfectly on it while formatting my old HDD too. Then when I put in my windows 7 disc it wont let me upgrade at all. It says I cannot upgrade windows vista to windows 7 professional. What the hell? It worked before. So it told me to do a full custom install and I did and windows 7 installed just fine but then it asked me for a product key and alas the upgrade disc didn't come with any product key at all so I can't activate it at all. I tried to check to see if maybe the product key was in the original email but I can no longer access my student email anymore as I'm not in college anymore. So I currently have windows vista installed again and made sure it was verified before trying to upgrade and still no luck. Just trying to figure out what's going on. Do I need to buy windows 7 all over again? Do I need to be connected to the internet for this to work because vista isn't picking up my wireless card right now? or will updating my vista service package help rectify the problem? Any help will be appreciated. So stressed right now.