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  1. Video of issue here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJY_dOm5MaQ I keep running into a graphical bug that occurs while playing. The screen will randomly flash black for a split second (as seen between 0:07 and 0:10 in the video). It can happen pretty much anytime, whether it be in the menus, exploring the world, fighting a battle or watching a cut scene. It only happens once every minute or so, but it is a bit distracting. I've tried a few different refresh rates and monitors, but the problem still occurs. Game is running 1920x1080 in full screen. System specs: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601 Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4 GHZ GTX 760 GDDR5-2GB, Driver version 334.89 8GB DDR3 1866 MT/s (PC3-14900)
  2. I've noticed this occasionally too. System specs: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601 Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4 GHZ GTX 760 GDDR5-2GB, Driver version 334.89 8GB DDR3 1866 MT/s (PC3-14900)
  3. I've played an hour using the wireless Xbox 360 controller on Windows 7 without any issues. Perhaps make sure you have nothing around you that might be interfering with your signal. For example, if my headphone cord is plugged in and crosses between my Microsoft wireless keyboard and its wireless receiver, I get all kinds of weird input lag and the like.
  4. Could you also post your specs? Not on my PC right now, but I'll do my best. Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4 GHZ GTX 760 GDDR5-2GB 8GB DDR3 1866 MT/s (PC3-14900) Any more detailed information will have to wait until this evening. I will say my video driver and Windows are both up to date.
  5. I have an issue that no one else seems to have mentioned. - PC: Screen randomly flashes black every few minutes or so, regardless of action on screen. This has happened during cutscenes, in battle, while in the menus and while exploring the world.
  6. Well... no. The vast majority of content on TV is still 24 fps. South Park is definitely not made at any higher frame rate than that. Any differences you've detected in frame rates in the past few years is likely due to certain HDTV's with high refresh rates having a motion interpolation feature enabled by default. This makes the TV render extra frames, effectively doubling the frame rate of the 24 fps content it's receiving. Anyway, the game is likely locked at 30 fps because it's trying to emulate the show as closely as possible. That, and a lot of the more complicated cutscenes are pre-rendered with your character being actively rendered on top of it, so increasing the frame rate wouldn't do any good there.
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