Jitter in games driving me nuts!

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by iFRAC7UR3, Mar 23, 2012.

  1. iFRAC7UR3

    iFRAC7UR3 Master Guru

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    Hey guys,
    I started getting jitters when playing games like BF3, RAGE and etc.. (not NFS shift 2) it seemed to have appeared after a driver update to the 295.xx

    then some1 said it god solved when downloading the new 301.10 driver, or if going back to the 285.xx (my previous driver)

    noe of that seems to help.. im lost here, and its driving me nuts.. how the he** dop i find out what the problem is ?

    could it be somethine else that causes this ? BIOS update ? OC ? but im back at stock speeds and the OC`s i preformed seemed to be stable :s

    what can i do ? im desperate people.
     
  2. iFRAC7UR3

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    is adaptive vsync automatically on or do i have to do something to enable it ?
    is there any other tips i can try ?

    plus please understand here, try talking to me as if im a noob.. because i have only been doing this for a couple of months now and still trying to learn.. you guys have been the greatest
     
  3. pokerapar88

    pokerapar88 Ancient Guru

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    I believe Adaptive AA is enabled only for 600 series and will be implemented later on for 400 and 500 series too in future drivers (correct me if i'm wrong), I believe this is just the "rush" drivers that were released to support the 680 :)
     
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    Use the 310.10 with mod inf adaptive vsync and FXAA is working with 8 and later series.....but not GPU boost and TXAA those feature are only for 600 series
     

  5. iFRAC7UR3

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    well i am using 301.10 with mod inf, have scrolled bac to the 285.xx and nothing.. i still get jitters.. it has completely ruined pc gaming for me.. driving me insane
     
  6. DJ_Casper

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    as u stated - All ur problems are sitting in front of ur monitor :3eyes:. Learn to set up ur PC correctly before whinning on the forums...

    no problems with 295.xx, 296.xx at ALL!!! They r the best driver's series which I've seen.

    -check ur PC temps
    -check ur PSU
    -make the defaults in NVCP
    -always delete the driver through control panel and then erase all left files with Driver Sweeper before installing new one (so I would highly recommended u this method right now)
     
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  7. iFRAC7UR3

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    dude im looking for help as im not a specialist in this area, and im trying to learn.. everybody starts somewhere..

    btw why the hell does this bother you anyway ? noobody told you to come in and bash people for no apparent reason.. just dont bother posting.. and i cant find a solution on my own
     
  8. DJ_Casper

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    added u details in the previous message. I told this not to rage u, I said it that u would learn and learn more. It can take time but at least u will be doing it all ur own way!

    heh What? - U will find the solution on ur own ... :nerd:But u've already posted ur problem on the forum. That means that - u do not wanna search for problem's solving by ur own. Such guys like u just come on the forums and ask... U r lazy. That's the answer! If I were u I would learnt how to use Google instead moaning and telling how u r cool on ur own. U r more brainless as I thought!

    P.S. Forget all choices which I suggested u. U r not capable to handle it!
     
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  9. Life On Mars

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    iFRAC7UR3 have you installed any other software at all recently? I had issues with a few source games recently after I installed a certain office package. It turns out that whilst it was running in the background it would cause stuttering/judder and was driving me nuts. Once I stopped the service, smooth gameplay all around.

    Perhaps have a look at all the things running in the background as sometimes the smallest bit of software can cause issues with games :)
     
  10. iFRAC7UR3

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    sorry
     
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  11. iFRAC7UR3

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    first of all accusing me of being lazy is just a cheap shot as you do not know what i have done.. every bit of information i have, and everything i have learned is from googling.. i went from not knowing what gpu stands for to own a very high end computer built by myself.. and even learning to OC... i have read countless articles, threads and done more study to this than i did on my first year of college.. just some problems have alot of factors, and can be caused by alot.. i have had this problem for over a month now..

    i have searched.. and tried ALOT of things.. downclocked.. given more voltage... went to stock speed, re-installed windows, formatted.. updated software.. tried new/old drivers.. tried to change the frequency of my screen, tried some .txt bull**** (wich seems to have worked for others)

    and everything was either something i googled or tips obtained by roaming the forums...

    so don't you come accuse me of being lazy, as you do not have anything to back that statement up with :)
     
  12. iFRAC7UR3

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    yeah I thought of that too.. so i formatted and re.installed windows.. the only thing i currently have on my computer is essential programs, torrent, vlc, steam, msi etc.. and the only game is BF3 now..

    but i will look into it.. thnx for the tip
     
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    Yeh let us know as it can be very annoying when you just want to play a friggin game :)
     
  14. Brandon_34

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    Voltage on the 3 gb 580s are to low. I had to use msi afterburner and raise the voltage .25
    Stock mines is set at 1.013 and crysis 2 always crashed and some games stuttered. Now I run 1.038 volts and everything is fine.
    I am running 2 of them and they are great now.
     
  15. iFRAC7UR3

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    mine run at 1.038 stock, but i did game for a few months without any problems tho.. should i try raising above that ?
     

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    To be fair to ifrac7ur3 the vast majority of solutions to pc problems are usually found by people in forums such as this and other tech forums.If all these forums consisted of was people like DJ_casper telling people to not be so lazy and try searching for the answer on google,all you will be left with is people like him telling you to google it...again ;) .That is all.
     
  17. Brandon_34

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    You can try another .5 volt for 1.043 But I think it must be something else in your system causing the hitching.

    Maybe some third party program causing it.
     
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    Dont forget to > Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Performance Information and Tools\Advanced Tools\Clear all Windows experience Index Scores and re-rate the system after each time you change major drivers.
     
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    Disable Core Parking
     
  20. iFRAC7UR3

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    done, but does that help? as the multiple cores should switch on during heavy duty?
     

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