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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Realag24 on Sun Oct 12, 2014 11:59 am

Setting affinity to above normal helped me
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Realag24 on Sun Oct 12, 2014 12:04 pm

strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?


Works for me. Can now have high player details and stable 60 no stuttering camera cuts
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Mario02 on Sun Oct 12, 2014 1:16 pm

strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?


I tried this but no luck, the stutter is still there.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby snsseth on Sun Oct 12, 2014 2:06 pm

"I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?"

Just registered to say thank you, strobox88. I tried this method and it is working for me too. The audio stuttering are still present, but it doesn't affect the gameplay, frame rate, constant 60fps.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Dee4Three on Sun Oct 12, 2014 2:18 pm

I really need help, here are my specs


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Installed Memory (RAM): 8.00 GC (7,45 GB Usable)
System Type: 64-bit operating system
Graphics card: AMD 6670 HD

Even on the lowest settings I get microstuttering so bad that I cannot even play. I can run NBA 2k14 all on the highest settings, 60 FPS, no stuttering, with graphics enhancements turned on (SMAA, better global, Ambient occlusion Ultra, Anti-Aliasing 16x, Texture quality at its highest)

Ive tried running as administrator, ive tried the supersampling set to 0 in videosettings, ive tried radeonpro (all different vsynce settings including having it off) I have tried only using AMD Catalyst control and trying all the different setings in there.... I am at a loss.

BTW I LOVE NBA 2k14, and continue to play that. but I would really like to see what I could get out of my rig for 2k15, another people having success with a similar rig?

thanks!
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Pdub on Sun Oct 12, 2014 3:25 pm

That 6670 isn't going to get it done, imo.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Dee4Three on Sun Oct 12, 2014 3:26 pm

Pdub wrote:That 6670 isn't going to get it done, imo.


Do you think adding another card for $200-$250 would do the trick?
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby meaks on Sun Oct 12, 2014 4:15 pm

Dee4Three wrote:
Pdub wrote:That 6670 isn't going to get it done, imo.


Do you think adding another card for $200-$250 would do the trick?


I have the same CPU. Probably would help, but replacing that APU with a stronger processor (maybe a 760k since you're already on an FM2 mobo) + maybe a $150 card might do the trick.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Pdub on Sun Oct 12, 2014 4:19 pm

I would lower all settings, including resolution, to maximize the framerate and see if it still stutters. For all you know, upgrading your videocard could improve performance but you could still have the stutter.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby mighty-mouse on Sun Oct 12, 2014 5:00 pm

I've tried almost everything, and the one that finally worked was either (because I did them at same time) run as admin on .exe (doubt this did it) and/or set affinity/priority to above normal in task manager for NBA 2k15 (more likely). This solved my micro stutter issue that has been KILLING ME. Finally I can play the game.


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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby biggyca on Sun Oct 12, 2014 9:05 pm

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playing at 900p with avg 40-50 frames (rarely drops in match below 40) and i managed to get away stuttering i don't know how... my settings are textures med, crowd low, shader high, player high, AA 2.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby wel778 on Sun Oct 12, 2014 10:06 pm

Have this issue but after i change my texture detail from high to medium all the stuttering are gone

i have a hd 7770
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby ebolax on Sun Oct 12, 2014 10:37 pm

I think stuttering is DirectX 11 problem because FIFA 15 (DirectX 11) have stuttering problem too. Solution can come from NVIDIA or Microsoft.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby seanbarkley on Sun Oct 12, 2014 11:17 pm

Mario02 wrote:
strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?


I tried this but no luck, the stutter is still there.


Same here
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Kukurikapu on Mon Oct 13, 2014 1:10 am

strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?


Wow! This actually worked for me.

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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby odiomoratti on Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:16 am

strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?


This worked for me. Thanks!

I have a gtx970 and i5 2500k. Before this i had 60fps solid, but microstuttering. Whit this trick, not a single one.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby meaks on Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:28 am

odiomoratti wrote:
strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?


This worked for me. Thanks!

I have a gtx970 and i5 2500k. Before this i had 60fps solid, but microstuttering. Whit this trick, not a single one.


Same here. They need to patch this in.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby agolden on Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:57 am

strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?


god bless you. this worked after a quick 45 second test in-game. now i can max out 2k! There no real noticable micro-stuttering now, if at all. :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown:
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Dmayne on Mon Oct 13, 2014 8:22 am

strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?


This actually works for me, just kinda annoying having to do it everytime I start up the game, but nice workaround for now, thanks.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby aguifs on Mon Oct 13, 2014 10:34 am

strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?


Best tip so far!!! Worked like a charm. Stuttering gone!!! It proves the game is not yet optimized to explore PC's cpu... Way to go 2k!!!
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Evo on Mon Oct 13, 2014 11:02 am

Setting priority to Above Normal improved gameplay dramatically before I couldn't time my jumpers for the life of me and movement was so sluggish/delayed in responding. I haven't tried the affinity thing yet will experiment with it and report back!

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WINDOW_X = -2147483648
WINDOW_Y = -2147483648
MSAA = 4
MSAAQUALITY = 0
SUPERSAMPLE = 1
MONITOR = 0
MAXANISOTROPY = 16
TEXTURELOD = 0
PLAYERLOD = 0
CROWDLOD = 0
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SHADERLOD = 0
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Lagoa on Mon Oct 13, 2014 12:09 pm

I think Stuttering on Nvidia is very agressive if compare with AMD....because i have stuttering, but some in moments, game run smooth 60% of the time. If i change to Broadcast Stadium, have 90% smooth, but i love it zoom in with Broadcast Generic.

Nvidia owners, the stuttering is constant? It´s unplayable?
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby bigh0rt on Mon Oct 13, 2014 12:30 pm

I have nvidia GeForce 660 and have no stuttering ever.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby TBM on Mon Oct 13, 2014 12:32 pm

I have a 680 and no stuttering ever.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby TheKnightSlayerKing on Mon Oct 13, 2014 2:11 pm

I think I may have figured out true solution. You guys remember the fix for some of Skyrim's micro-stuttering? Well, here's a reminder.

Go into your speaker properties, click the advanced tab and then choose 24 bit, 44100 Hz. It fixed the sound and stuttering issues for me for the most part. There is still the issue where everything just freezes for a second and then all the animation resumes.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Nick on Mon Oct 13, 2014 2:11 pm

I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?

Can somebody tell this Windows 7 noob how to "set the affinity"? Where do i do that?
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Pdub on Mon Oct 13, 2014 2:38 pm

Ctrl Alt Del , open task manager, right click nba 2k15.exe , set affinity.

You could have googled that, ya know. :wink:
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Nick on Mon Oct 13, 2014 3:26 pm

Good point. But thanks.

However i'm sure my lack of googling will provide solid future reference for any other noobs reading this forum wondering how to "set the affinity" ;)
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby wel778 on Mon Oct 13, 2014 5:14 pm

I tried the affinity and priorty thing and still stutters at 60 fps the only fix i can do is to set the vsync to "2" like leftos hope that the 2k dev can fix this soon
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby skoadam on Mon Oct 13, 2014 6:14 pm

TheKnightSlayerKing wrote: There is still the issue where everything just freezes for a second and then all the animation resumes.

whats your specs? because i've got very similar issue?
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Brianbscotty on Mon Oct 13, 2014 10:45 pm

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topi ... 9-23-14/3/

This might be a good lead. I have the 344.11 and use a dvi connection. I'm going to try going to Displayport, and see if that helps. It seems to only affect the newer cards that use a dvi connection.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby tjangel07 on Mon Oct 13, 2014 11:08 pm

The stuttering on mine only happens when I set the player detail to high. It is much less on medium.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby mr.sak on Tue Oct 14, 2014 3:26 am

Try run the game on Windows 8.1. so smooth for me
Look like I have to switch to Win 8.1 LOL

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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby TheKnightSlayerKing on Tue Oct 14, 2014 4:16 am

skoadam wrote:
TheKnightSlayerKing wrote: There is still the issue where everything just freezes for a second and then all the animation resumes.

whats your specs? because i've got very similar issue?
i will test your sound idea (Y)


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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby skoadam on Tue Oct 14, 2014 4:32 am

TheKnightSlayerKing, damn it, so its not ram problem; when fps start to drop, did u notice hdd work more intense?
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby PepsiWithCoke on Tue Oct 14, 2014 4:41 am

I seem to have fixed most of the stuttering by setting the refresh rate to 50, 30 and 60 still have stuttering.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Phreak50 on Tue Oct 14, 2014 9:17 am

ChrisCP3Paul wrote:I think some of you guys got the priorities and expectations mixed up blaming and constantly jabbering about what 2K needs to do.......
2K did their job and released a product that plays SOLID, and it's up to Nvidia and AMD to make it PERFECT !

That's the way PC gaming goes, if you don't know that then you don't know PC gaming.... games get released and then AMD/NVIDIA put out a proper driver for it soon after... sometimes they work together and have a good driver on release day, but those are usually AAA titles like Battlefield and Call of Duty series


All the finger pointing being done at 2K is really the wrong way about it


You couldn't be more wrong.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Nightfly67 on Tue Oct 14, 2014 9:28 am

ChrisCP3Paul wrote:I think some of you guys got the priorities and expectations mixed up blaming and constantly jabbering about what 2K needs to do.......
2K did their job and released a product that plays SOLID, and it's up to Nvidia and AMD to make it PERFECT !

That's the way PC gaming goes, if you don't know that then you don't know PC gaming.... games get released and then AMD/NVIDIA put out a proper driver for it soon after... sometimes they work together and have a good driver on release day, but those are usually AAA titles like Battlefield and Call of Duty series


All the finger pointing being done at 2K is really the wrong way about it

So, you're saying that when testing the game, 2K knew about the micro-stuttering but didn't fix it because they figured it's a driver problem and NVIDIA/AMD will fix it? That would be a very strange way to go about in the gaming industry.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby TBM on Tue Oct 14, 2014 9:37 am

tjangel07 wrote:The stuttering on mine only happens when I set the player detail to high. It is much less on medium.

That's not stuttering. That's just frame drops from trying to play on settings that your hardware can't can't handle.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby bigh0rt on Tue Oct 14, 2014 9:40 am

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tjangel07 wrote:The stuttering on mine only happens when I set the player detail to high. It is much less on medium.

That's not stuttering. That's just frame drops from trying to play on settings that your hardware can't can't handle.

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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby tjangel07 on Wed Oct 15, 2014 2:53 am

TBM wrote:
tjangel07 wrote:The stuttering on mine only happens when I set the player detail to high. It is much less on medium.

That's not stuttering. That's just frame drops from trying to play on settings that your hardware can't can't handle.


It is stuttering. I'm getting a solid 60 fps
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby airjdg on Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:29 am

Dee4Three wrote:I really need help, here are my specs


Windows 7 Home
Processor AMD A10-5800k APU with Radeon HD Grapics (quadcore) 3.8 GHZ
Installed Memory (RAM): 8.00 GC (7,45 GB Usable)
System Type: 64-bit operating system
Graphics card: AMD 6670 HD

Even on the lowest settings I get microstuttering so bad that I cannot even play. I can run NBA 2k14 all on the highest settings, 60 FPS, no stuttering, with graphics enhancements turned on (SMAA, better global, Ambient occlusion Ultra, Anti-Aliasing 16x, Texture quality at its highest)

Ive tried running as administrator, ive tried the supersampling set to 0 in videosettings, ive tried radeonpro (all different vsynce settings including having it off) I have tried only using AMD Catalyst control and trying all the different setings in there.... I am at a loss.

BTW I LOVE NBA 2k14, and continue to play that. but I would really like to see what I could get out of my rig for 2k15, another people having success with a similar rig?

thanks!


i got the same rig bro i just followed -scarface-'s guide and im getting 38-43 fps
the fps drop on close up cuts but still good and not much of a problem
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby skoadam on Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:35 am

2k15 is for rich people when u understand this guys? You must have high end spec from this year or at least last year, but last year can be also problematic. U can run all new games without a problem, but 2k15 maxed out is a benchmark :wink:
Today i test some things and really guys, no matter what u do it will always drop on non high ends, always, i change resolution(from 1920x1080 to 1280x768)...same fps, so start to set medium and low step by step one by one, and start match one by one. NOTHING CHANGED. Waste of your time, there is no fix for this, if not 1000$ spec, if not patch, if not drivers(i dont believe in this solution) we will leave with this game but not on our poor computers which can run Crysis3 or other REAL benchmark quality games.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby tnt23 on Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:48 am

4 year old pc gtx 570 running fine with some lag with settings all high
and pretty decent on recent laptop too gtx 770m
most slow downs come from cut scenes

for online play (when i could connect) i lower crowd and player detail for more fluid gameplay...hoping my opponent does the same
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Nightfly67 on Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:03 am

skoadam wrote:2k15 is for rich people when u understand this guys? You must have high end spec from this year or at least last year, but last year can be also problematic. U can run all new games without a problem, but 2k15 maxed out is a benchmark :wink:
Today i test some things and really guys, no matter what u do it will always drop on non high ends, always, i change resolution(from 1920x1080 to 1280x768)...same fps, so start to set medium and low step by step one by one, and start match one by one. NOTHING CHANGED. Waste of your time, there is no fix for this, if not 1000$ spec, if not patch, if not drivers(i dont believe in this solution) we will leave with this game but not on our poor computers which can run Crysis3 or other REAL benchmark quality games.
I tried it out on my old PC as I was waiting for everything to install on my "new" PC after a upgrade. Ran the game on a Q6600 (small overclock), 4 GB DDR2 RAM and threw in one of my GTX 760's. The game ran at a smooth 40/50 FPS maxed out with AA. That's a nearly 7 year old PC with only a new GPU.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby skoadam on Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:15 am

Nightfly67, 40-50 fps.....smooth? it got nothing to do with smooth...IMO ofc. My 4year old computer run it almost on 60, but those drops can break my eye lol.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby I Hate Mondays on Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:37 am

strobox88 wrote:I went into task manager and set my priority for NBA 2k15 to "Above Normal". Also, I set the affinity by unchecking a core, clicking OK, and then resetting it to use all cores again. Used to be a trick to solve micro-stuttering in NBA 2k13 and 2k14 and it seems to work for me on NBA 2k15 as well. Can anyone else confirm this works for them as well?



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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Nightfly67 on Wed Oct 15, 2014 9:30 am

skoadam wrote:Nightfly67, 40-50 fps.....smooth? it got nothing to do with smooth...IMO ofc. My 4year old computer run it almost on 60, but those drops can break my eye lol.

40-50 fps is rather smooth actually. Most gamers won't notice a difference between that and 60+ fps. And keep in mind, this was with AA turned on. It's not like it's a shooter game where 60 fps is actually somewhat of a significant importance. Frame drops suck, but I haven't experienced them myself. The game of course runs like a dream on my new system.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby skoadam on Wed Oct 15, 2014 9:43 am

Like i said i understand(its hard but i can) you did not see different between 40-50 and 60 in 2k15. Quick test, make it 60fps by lowering settings and compare with your 40-50, there is huge different...for me. You just experienced frame drop...from 60 to 40-50. No matter if u got stable 50fps...its a drop from full smooth 60.
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Re: Request for feedback regarding micro-stuttering

Postby Nightfly67 on Wed Oct 15, 2014 10:27 am

skoadam wrote:Like i said i understand(its hard but i can) you did not see different between 40-50 and 60 in 2k15. Quick test, make it 60fps by lowering settings and compare with your 40-50, there is huge different...for me. You just experienced frame drop...from 60 to 40-50. No matter if u got stable 50fps...its a drop from full smooth 60.
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Oh no, I notice the difference but most people won't. It (40-50fps) will appear smooth to them as long as the frames don't drop. But if you start playing at 60 fps and then it drops to 50 or lower, then of course anyone is likely to notice it especially with the new monitors and TV's with better refresh rates.

I can't really test it anymore, since my old system is just spare parts now, but no need for testing with my explanation. :wink:
I don't own a 570, the other guy does hehe. The 760 GTX is a 2GB card, which I have two of but SLI isn't exactly working great with 2K15...
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