GTX 670 HUGE Stutter

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Nookie80, May 19, 2012.

  1. Agent-A01

    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    get the card and dont use vsync if its gives a stutter problem. it doesnt affect everybody, i have two 670s in SLI and i played skyrim with it(uses vsync) and i didnt have any stutter.
     
  2. Rich_Guy

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    Agree with the above, just get the card and enjoy.
     
  3. SlashPT09

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    For this problems I've started regretting one thing, I've sold my almost new GTX 480 just because the GTX 670 came out.
    Actually I'm just trying to sell some things so I can get one GTX 670, but I'm already a bit afraid since I've heard about too many problems with that GPU, still I'm aiming at it since right now I'm using one old HD4670... :s
     
  4. Supertribble

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    To be honest I'm happy enough with the 580 I'm using at the moment. I wish all these new cards both AMD and Nvidia were more of a step up.
     

  5. Ji1986

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    Solution, get your self a 120hz monitor and turn v-sync off and hey presto.

    I have no issues, I did have some which was resolved with latest drivers. but nothing to be upset about.

    As for all this argument about red and green, I just came from RED to GREEN.

    In terms of single card solutions, both AMD and Nvidia are great solutions with a few fps between the,

    However where I have seen the difference is in the driver support for SLI compared to Crossfire. nvidias drivers seem to work in there favour for a 2 or more card solution. IMO.
     
  6. Slam

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    Thanks for the input!

    Do you think my rig will bottleneck the 670 GTX?

    LOL! Sorry....just had to say that. Always loved people asking that question, even when they had decent procs.
     
  7. Slam

    Slam Ancient Guru

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    Ok...EVGA GTX 670 FTW incoming! :)

    My GTX 570 has been spectacular though. A great card. Still is.
     
  8. Frohman0905

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    Yes but if you oc your cpu from 4.6 to 4.7ghz, you should be fine.
     
  9. Slam

    Slam Ancient Guru

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    LMAO!!! I love it!
     
  10. cowie

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    bs i get no lines you just trolling
     

  11. snowdweller

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    Totally trolling.
     
  12. cowie

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    Well how come i get no white lines or studder?
    Some tarts say they have studdering with ss3 i have no studder at all,but i turn off vsync no console commands nothing just runs fine for me.
    i even have vids i made yesterday for proof
    can you make a vid of your white lines?
     
  13. Loobyluggs

    Loobyluggs Ancient Guru

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    I installed and ran BF3 last nite for the first time, and played through the first two missions - and I did get an unusual stutter point:

    cut scenes.

    It really did surprise me when playing the game and it just stopping dead for a few frames, before/whilst loading the animated bit.

    Playing the game however is butter smooth - no issues.
     
  14. sexparty

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    How the **** are you guys playing games with v-sync on anyways?

    It's like telling someone to press the buttons for you. Input lag is horrible and hardly a trade off for screen tearing or micro stuttering. Get a 120FPS monitor or limit your FPS to 59 and stop hating FFS.

    At least Nvidia responded to it's customers about the issue. AMD don't even know what customer support means when it comes to drivers. Hence why I've ordered a GTX 690.
     
  15. Slam

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    hehehe

    The last ATI card I ever owned was the X800XT PE...which was a great card. And the one I had before that was the 9800 Pro flashed to an XT...another great card. Was top notch in DX9.
     

  16. Frohman0905

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    True, I had the X850XT PE. A real beast of a card! After that I went to the X1900XT, that's when the "display driver stopped responding" errors occured multiple times each day. Even after an RMA (got a X1950XT back), I still had these errors. Until I hear less complaints about their driver support, I'm sticking with green.
     
  17. snowdweller

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    You seriously don't get screen tearing at all? without V-sync?

    I'd like to see these videos if you have them on Youtube and where did you get "white lines" from?
     
  18. cowie

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    I dont have a 670 thuo i have a 680,i miss read what you posted earlier sry, but i have no lines and have never had tearing for alog while but i only play 2-3 games.

    I got ss3 no studder and i was exaggerating my movements its at 35ish fps so its fluid at fps if you came to think of it.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9n2Ju2MV6M
     
  19. IcE

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    Try disabling the high definition audio controller included with the card. Go under device manager/system and find the high definition audio device that's on PCI bus 1 (or whatever matches the bus your card is on) and disable it.
     
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    Yep, high definition audio controllers they stick on vid cards are generally bunk. Disabling them seems to fix a bunch of problems, red or green.
     

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