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Black Desert stuttering and FPS crashes

Question asked by akachanamd on May 20, 2017
Latest reply on May 22, 2017 by akachanamd

I play Black Desert Online, World of Warcraft, cs: go, League Of Legends and Guild Wars2.

Among these games I'm only having problem with the Black desert, during the game is happening stuttering and FPS crashes.



My computer



Motherboard: B350 Tomahawk

Bios Version: 1.5

Video Card: EVGA GTX 1070 SC

PSU brand and model:  Corsair CX600

CPU: Ryzen 1600

Memory:  DDR4 4GB X 4 Hyper x Fury

SSD/ HDD: SSD Sandisk PLUS 2.5´ SATA 3.0 (6 Gb/s) 120GB / SSD Sandisk PLUS 2.5´ SATA 3.0 (6 Gb/s) 240GB

CPU COOLER: Water Cooler Master Liquid 240

Keyboard: MotoSpeed CK 104

Mouse: Razer Naga 2014

SO: Windows 10 Pro



Solution attempts - (with each change I checked the result)


1 Reinstall operating system more than 5x

2 test various driver versions nvdia 382.05, 381.89, 381.65, 378.78, 375.95

3 Testing various bios 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5

4 Install AMD power plan

5 Lower graphic settings which it does nothing but make game look bad

6 Change settings nvdia (with each change I checked the result)

-Antialiasing Mode - Off

-Antialiasing Setting

-Texture Filtering - Quality: Set to performance, if still unsatisfied with frames try High performance setting

-Texture Filtering - Anisotropic sample options: Set to On

-Anisotropic Mode: Set to off

-Power management mode - Prefer maximum performance

-Shader Cache - ON

-Texture filtering anisotropic sample optimization - Off

-Texture filtering negative LOD bias - Allow

-Texture filtering - Quality - Use Global settings (Quality) Optional

-Texture filtering - Trilnear optimization - Use Global setting (On)

-Threaded optimization - ON

-Triple buffering - OFF

7 bcdedit / set useplatformclock true

8 bcdedit / deletevalue useplatformclock

9 Disable DVR

10 installation of the chipset and all the drivers available on the motherboard page

11 Reinstall the game and download again


I only noticed a slight improvement, with changes in the video card's settings, but nothing that solves the problem.




Sorry for English, I'm using the translator.