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Old 12-01-04, 07:51 AM   #5
ChrisRay
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Default Re: Everquest 2. I think I may have a partial solution to stuttering.

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Originally Posted by mustrum
What settings ingame and what PS. You'd be the very first 68xx owner that can run the game smooth. Check the official forums. Even the FX run the game better. This is no joke!
There's some serious bug in the game code.

TWIMTP title. Yeah baby. Somehow i start to miss my XT PE.
Doing this has actually managed to close the gap between my 6800 and 9800 Pro. I mean other than some obvious differences. I have actually made the game alot more playable. I'm mostly curious if we can reproduce these results. As I have done some extensive testing before posting this. And my results have been pretty conclusive. This reflection update is for some reason causing the game to stutter every few seconds even well away from water. And to be honest when its only updated 1 time it doesnt really take anything away from the game experience.

I've forward my results to Nvidia as well since they are pretty interested in this issue. Probably going to try and contact sony with them as well. Hopefully this issue can be resolved soon.
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