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  1. cloudpm

    cloudpm Notebook Consultant

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    Hey guys,

    Have any of you already tried to play Castlevania Lord of Shadows (demo) on steam ? The game is supposed to run SMOOTH on our configuration but I can't even get like 15 fps !! It's so stuttering, and I guess it's a driver issue (I'm running the stock ones).
    Anybody can help me ?

    Thx a lot !!
     
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    Hmm must be some other program then all I had open was utorrent unless its that. How can I find out whats causing the memory leak?
     
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    Hmm must be some other program then all I had open was utorrent unless its that. How can I find out whats causing the memory leak?
     
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    ryzeki Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Have you confirmed it's running off the discrete GPU? some games run from the intel HD and you have to force them to run from the internal GPU.
     
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    kpablo Notebook Enthusiast

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    Just in case, do you have the pagefile disabled?
     
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    pootytang46670 Notebook Enthusiast

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    is anyone else experiencing big frame rate drops while looking down when playing skyrim?

    i think its a problem with the nvidea processor but i dont know how to fix it :(
     
  7. bucknut

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    I upgraded to the latest Beta drivers awhile back and Skyrim works great except for the water bug. When playing on my desktop, I can see underwater, but on the laptop, it's just a solid color. It has to be an issue with Nvidia vs AMD drivers.
     
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    cloudpm Notebook Consultant

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    Issue solved buddy :) Thx anyway for responding.

    I just installed the 320.49 with the modded inf and everything is NOW running SMOOTH !
    Even Tomb Raider and Max Payne 3 are a lot more "fluid" with these drivers !
     
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    No I do now and it seems it might have done the trick! Thanks.
     
  10. pootytang46670

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    hey, thanks for your response, can you be more specific on what nvidea driver you have installed?

    also i also had the water glitch but if you download nexus mod manager and get the "water fix" mod it works just fine :)
     
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