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HELP: Titanfall ran perfectly for 3 hours for me...then it didn't

#11Bazooka_PenguinPosted 3/12/2014 4:11:12 PM
fulski posted...
Bazooka_Penguin posted...
When you say clunky and slower do you mean the framerate or the input lag?


I`m not real tech savvy but when I think about how to describe it I would use both


Download the free version of fraps and use its FPS counter to measure your FPS
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#12fulski(Topic Creator)Posted 3/12/2014 4:19:23 PM
Lvthn posted...
fulski posted...
popping4it posted...
make sure the power profile is set to high performance.


I did this and it still was acting up


Default high performance settings may still dial things way back when unplugged. Does this still happen when you plug it in?


Yep.
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#13fulski(Topic Creator)Posted 3/12/2014 4:31:06 PM
Bazooka_Penguin posted...
fulski posted...
Bazooka_Penguin posted...
When you say clunky and slower do you mean the framerate or the input lag?


I`m not real tech savvy but when I think about how to describe it I would use both


Download the free version of fraps and use its FPS counter to measure your FPS


10-15 avg, spiked at 25
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#14Bazooka_PenguinPosted 3/12/2014 4:35:44 PM(edited)
Mmhmm

Try opening your Nvidia driver settings and going to application settings or whatever. Make sure it's set to use your integrated GPU for the Titanfall.exe

Also, to be clear this happens both when you're plugged in and on battery?
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#15fulski(Topic Creator)Posted 3/12/2014 4:46:59 PM
Bazooka_Penguin posted...
Mmhmm

Try opening your Nvidia driver settings and going to application settings or whatever. Make sure it's set to use your integrated GPU for the Titanfall.exe

Also, to be clear this happens both when you're plugged in and on battery?


I have a Radeon HD 7670M. Can you explain how I would do this in greater detail? (Keeping in mind that every setting on my laptop was default and this all worked buttery smooth before plugging into my TV).
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#16fulski(Topic Creator)Posted 3/12/2014 4:47:20 PM
Whats your fps at normally?
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#17Bazooka_PenguinPosted 3/12/2014 4:51:38 PM
Oh, whoops. I'm pretty sure you should have similar options under the Catalyst control center.

Now again, to be clear you get low framerates even when your laptop is plugged in?
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#18PhilOnDezPosted 3/12/2014 5:04:09 PM
Have you tried restarting?
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#19fulski(Topic Creator)Posted 3/12/2014 5:10:16 PM
Bazooka_Penguin posted...
Oh, whoops. I'm pretty sure you should have similar options under the Catalyst control center.

Now again, to be clear you get low framerates even when your laptop is plugged in?


Yes I do. But I did take your advice and looked through my settings, I found a 'restore to factory default' so I clicked it and played a game, ran in between 30-60 the whole time averaging out around 45 I'd say.. looked much better. Is running an average FPS of 45 good/bad/doesn't matter.
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#20Bazooka_PenguinPosted 3/12/2014 5:16:58 PM
Well glad you got it fixed.

You should also know that even on high performance power options the performance you get while plugged into a charger might be different from the performance you get on battery. Windows can limit the maximum clock of a CPU in its power settings when on battery, so unless you have the settings set Windows may throttles your CPU on battery
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