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Intermittent FPS drops

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I have an i5-7500 with a GTX 1070 and a G-Sync compatible monitor. All other games run smoothly, and so would Deadfire (I tend to get 60+ FPS in most areas) if it weren't for the sudden, intermittent drops every minute or so. Even drops from 90 to 65 are noticeably irritating. I tried changing the resolution, lowering the settings, fiddling around in the Nvidia panel, nothing works. Help?

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Hello pomenitul,

 

Thank you for your post! We have this issue with GTX 10 series cards logged, but if you could provide me with a dxdiag and output.log so we can help look into possible reasons for this affecting our games frame rate.

 

Best,

 

-Caleb


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Confirming, I have 1080 ti, decent cpu, and I figured out that these drops are related to "Lights" option set to ON, within graphic settings, because when I turn it off, fps seem to be stable and gameplay is smooth. Too bad, because with this option set to on game looks much better.

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Just wanted to add, that the fps drops are very intense when character uses a light source, like a torch. While in dungeons gameplay is still smooth, in towns fps is dropping drastically. Ona side not, when played on sli configuration it uses only one gpu.

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Hello pomenitul,

 

Thank you for your post! We have this issue with GTX 10 series cards logged, but if you could provide me with a dxdiag and output.log so we can help look into possible reasons for this affecting our games frame rate.

 

Best,

 

-Caleb

 

Here are the files (sorry it took me so long).

DxDiag.txt

output_log.txt

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