Framerate Drop/Stuttering

Game mode: [Online private]
Type of issue: [Performance]
Server type: [ PvE]
Region: [US West Coast]

My framerate frequently drops to zero, making combat nearly impossible. I play on a private server with no mods. I’ve tried turning the commonly recommended fixes like turning the graphics settings to the lowest and the Unreal 4 engine “garbage collection” tweak with no success. Any assistance would be appreciated.

The weird thing is that my wife’s PC is less powerful than mine and she has no issues. Furthermore, I played Conan Exiles earlier this year on a modded server for months; after initial couple weeks of severe framerate drops and rubber banding, the issues eventually went away on their own.

AMD FX 8320, GTX 750, 16 GB RAM

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Hello @Brock_Savage, besides sharing the specs for both machines, also share the current driver version for your GPU and make sure that all drivers are up-to-date and that there is no software running in the background that might interfere with the game.

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Hugo and drachenfeles, thank you for your assistance.

GTX 750 driver version

I’m happy to comply, what specs do you need besides processor, graphics card, and RAM?

Drivers should be up to date and I shut everything down before running Exiles. I even got Razer Cortex to free up system resources.

It’s the middle of the night, I can provide the wife’s specs later.

Windows 10 Home Version 10.0.18363 Build 18363

I recently upgraded from 7 and have attempted to excise any bloatware I come across.

Running Conan on lowest settings but honestly I do not think that makes much of a difference.

Operating system is on SSD, games library on hard drive.

Power supply Antec REV 00F

500w power supply.

I spent a great deal of my weekend following the DPC latency lead. Long story short, I disabled my sound drivers and noticed a massive improvement.

Wow, I remember reading about sound card drivers creating problems over a year ago (if I remember right). Had not seen this crop up since then. Tried downloading new drivers? Switch from hardware to software sound processing, or anything to change it up, so you still get sound?

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