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Are there any FPS fixes for Assassin's Creed 3?

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3 years ago#1
My Average FPS in boston is from the mid fourties through 60 and its bugging me.
Hunter1534
3 years ago#2
What are your specs? What settings are you running at? That sounds like a perfectly playable framerate to me, and that area is known for FPS drops with all the people wandering around etc. Unless you're running an SLI system/Titan, I don't know why it would bother you.
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3 years ago#3
Its better than the 30 fps the consoles get.
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3 years ago#4
I had the same issues, running on a 670, but once I overclocked my CPU I never saw drops below 50. It's a very CPU intensive game.
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3 years ago#5
DerPancake posted...
Its better than the 30 fps the consoles get.


I personally would rather have a steady 30fps than a constantly fluctuating 40-60fps. It's really jarring to see the framerate consistently rise and drop. Takes you out of the experience.
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3 years ago#6
JKatarn posted...
What are your specs? What settings are you running at? That sounds like a perfectly playable framerate to me, and that area is known for FPS drops with all the people wandering around etc. Unless you're running an SLI system/Titan, I don't know why it would bother you.


I5 2500 with a sapphire 7970
Hunter1534
3 years ago#7
CM_Mojica posted...
JKatarn posted...
What are your specs? What settings are you running at? That sounds like a perfectly playable framerate to me, and that area is known for FPS drops with all the people wandering around etc. Unless you're running an SLI system/Titan, I don't know why it would bother you.


I5 2500 with a sapphire 7970


With everything maxed out btw.
Hunter1534
3 years ago#8
base clock speed? Yeah if that's the case turn down some of your settings. You don't need to max AC3, just run it smoothly
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3 years ago#9
That game always ran like crap for me in boston, even after I upgraded to a i5 4670k and a 660ti.
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