I recently bought a new NVidia GTX 680 card (yes!!). Now I can play almost every game at Full HD, maxed settings without stuttering or lags at 60 fps.
But not AC: Revelations!! Fraps tells me it runs with 60 fps througout, but strangely when running through the city or turning around the game often has these little stutters/jitters. It looks like as if the game loads new data (which I can't believe, because it also happens when I stand still and slowly turn around myself or go to an area I just visited before). I never had this with ACII or ACB.. these games were absolutely fluid.
I tried everything, I set all game settings to low, but nothing helps :-(.. those stutters just won't go away.
ASRock Z68 Board
Intel Core i5 2500K CPU @ 4GHz
EVGA GTX 680 (2GB RAM) using the new 301.10 driver
Now, can this maybe be a problem with the new 301.10 NVidia driver? I can't try a different driver because this one is the only GTX 680 certified driver available.
Thanks for any help, guys!
Thanks for the info andre but I play all AC games with the Xbox controller for Windows. The controller is just perfect for these kind of games I found out. I lounge on my living room couch when playing (in front of my 55" LCD TV and my 5.1 sound system) and this is by far the most comfortable way for me.
The reason I kinda suspect the new driver is that NVidia changed quite a lot with those: Adaptive power management, pre-rendered frames not set to 3 anymore, adaptice vertical sync, and maybe other stuff as well has been changed.
This looks kinda like some sort of texture swapping problem..
Core i5 issue called hyperthreading. Disable this technology in bios and let know if it helped.
Are you facing some problems in assassin's creed revelations? Check this faq, maybe there is a solution:
And here fo Assassin's Creed III game:
Interesting blog i've found some time ago:
"Devs are aware"!!!!