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Test on Intel i7 4770k 16gb Nvidia GTX 970 driver 353.62 Windows 7 pro 64bit

Wolfenstein The Old Blood Steam version

 

To fix stuttering try this settings:

 

Vsync: off (It's broken in game ,force on AMD\NVIDIA control panel)
Force triple buffer on AMD\NVIDIA control panel
Shadow buffer: 2048. 
Page frame max vr texturing: 16
subsurface scattering : OFF
 
Run on max detail , aliansing 2x  1920x1080p 60fps .
 
I hope to help
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A note under the video settings section would work better for this, it could act more as a suggestion instead.

 

You could do the same for Duke Nukem Forever, "hey you twat, this setting should be set to this if the game is running poorly, or something" v.png

 

Don't actually use what I literally said though v.png

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A note under the video settings section would work better for this, it could act more as a suggestion instead.

 

You could do the same for Duke Nukem Forever, "hey you twat, this setting should be set to this if the game is running poorly, or something" v.png

 

Don't actually use what I literally said though v.png

ok thanks!

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Are you sure it's not only vsync that's mattering?

 

Because 90% it's just that to cause stuttering

the vsync , subsurface scattering , shadow buffer,page frame, at max settings  cause stuttering and fps drop . I'm sure. Whats your configuration?

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idTech 5 and maximum settings are a very dangerous mix tbh.
Are you sure you aren't running out of VRAM? (RAM shouldn't be a problem, considering you have 16gb)
 
My configuration doesn't matter then, cause I don't have the game

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idTech 5 and maximum settings are a very dangerous mix tbh.

Are you sure you aren't running out of VRAM? (RAM shouldn't be a problem, considering you have 16gb)

 

My configuration doesn't matter then, cause I don't have the game

This game on windows 10 i can't change the graphics option.

Settings: full hd 60hz max quality Shadow buffer: 2048. Page frame vr texturing: 16 , subsurface scattering : OFF.

Vram usage 2133 mb (graphic cards)

ram usage 2212 mb ,

cpu 36%

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Yeah, but this is with your "fixed" settings... There's nothing to see there if the problem doesn't present.

 

aside of the fact that if you can't change graphic options something is not right

 

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