560 gtx ti the problem?

WiIIyGreen
US Enlisted: 2011-10-25
2011-10-27 01:31
560 gtx ti the problem?
i have a i7,. win 7 6 gigs ram
updated drivers.



Everything runs great accept, i get these mini stutters ever few seconds on the game on any graphic setting. Almost like its lag. Ive talked to 2 other people with cheaper rigs then mine and do not have that issue even in the same server.
I have tried multiple servers including my own 64 player conquest. Even when i'm the only one in it with 25 ping , i still get the small amount of rubber banding.
My brother has the same card and his game does the stutter every few secs as well.
Anybody have a fix for this?
Roklut
US Enlisted: 2011-10-25
2011-12-29 22:02
Does the stutter happen in SP as well?
DEANO570
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-25
2012-01-07 19:49
i have same problem can anyone help
1Lister-of-Smeg
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-29
2012-01-07 20:09
turn off hyper threading
Intel i5 2500K @ 4Ghz, Asus P8P67 Evo, 16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600Mhz, 120GB OCZ Vertex 3, Sapphire ATI Radeon R9 280X Toxic OC, 650W BeQuiet Gold, Thermaltake Armor, Win 7 64Bit HP, XL2411T 24" 144Hz Gaming Monitor
Starbusta
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-27
2012-01-07 20:13
the 560 gtx ti has known problems but for now just underclock it a little and it should work fine ;)
Google is your friend
DEANO570
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-25
2012-01-07 20:23
how do you turn off hyper threading
Starbusta
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-27
2012-01-07 20:25
hyper threading is a problem for some (not for me ;) ) you do it in the bios
Google is your friend
Franktato
US Enlisted: 2011-10-24
2012-01-07 20:32
I run:

i7 920 (2.67GHz) @ 3.20GHz OC
12GB 1604MHz DDR3
x2 GTX 560 (non Ti) SLi
Asus P6T M/B

I HAD the GTX 560 Ti and it kept crashing over an over. I just gave it to a friend and I went out and bought 2 GTX 560's (non Ti). I tried under clocking and over clocking till my head exploded and nothing worked, lol.

I also tried to disable hyper threading and that didn't help, either.

After I installed the x2 GTX 560's (non Ti) everything worked perfect.

Not telling you to get rid of it but I would keep the option on the table.
I7-4770K Haswell 3.5GHz, Z87 Asus Sabertooth M/B, x2 EVGA GTX 780 Ti's Classified, Corsair 32gb 1866 RAM, x5 Intel 520 240GB Cherryville SSD's, Corsair AX1200i Plus PSU, Corsair H100i CPU cooler, COSMOS II case, 55" LED tv@1920x1080, and x2 32" additional screen.
Bartsches
DE Enlisted: 2011-11-02
2012-01-07 20:39
I have a gtx560ti hawk by msi (overclocked by default) and it just works fine...
Sgt-S-Wiggles
US Enlisted: 2011-10-29
2012-01-07 20:45
You have any PCI cards stuck in ur computer? One of the problems I had back in the day was one of the PCI Wireless card was conflicting with the GPU, caused stuttering all around. Took it out, now everything works fine.
DEANO570
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-25
2012-01-08 02:58
sorted it have a look at this http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1043281 [forums.steampowered.com]
Gahadz
US Enlisted: 2011-10-25
2012-01-11 16:31
On the same issue as stated from DEANO570 but not as radical solution: "maybe"

Do you use Realtek audio drivers? They gave me all kinds of lag issues with BF3....so I uninstalled cleaned registry with clean sweep and then on reboot W7 installed generic drivers. That fixed some but not all the issues I was having at the time.

Currently running my msi 560gtx ti 2gb ver oc at 1000mhz in BF3 with no issues at all.
sayzou
FR Enlisted: 2011-12-27
2012-01-16 18:45
Gigabyte's 560GTX ti OC:
You must update the graphic card's Bios, and it will work.
See ya'