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So I've been trying to get this game running at a stable 60 fps but none of my solutions are working. Running it at 130Hz is really bad, at 60Hz it's better but there are still big stutters in free roam. I remember that this game ran fine like 5 years ago. The strange this is that the game wont use my processors power at all.... It's like using one and a half core. I have 6 cores and setting the affinity to even real time is not helping. Tried processor lasso, no luck. Does anyone know a secret solution for this problem? I just want a stable 60 fps nothing more.

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