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  • Level 5  
    Hello, I have a computer with the specification:

    Motherboard: MSI Z87-G43
    Processor: Intel Core i5-4670K, 3.4GHz, 6MB
    Cooling CPU Thermalright HR-02 - Macho
    Graphics card: Gigabyte GeForce GTX770 2048MB DDR5 / 256bit OC
    Ram Memory: Team Group Vulcan Gold - DDR3-1600 CL9 - 8 GB (2x4GB)
    Disk: Seagate 1TB 3.5 "SATAIII, 7200RPM, 64MB cache
    Power supply: XFX TS 550W 120mm 80+ Bronze
    Windows 8.1

    Namely, I am not very happy with his work when playing GTA V with settings requiring 1400MB I have lag / scinki at the setting of say 2000MB are much larger lags and with the setting Optimize from drivers Nvidia shows 2700MB and then it can not be played any more.
    In addition, when I play in GTA V, many times passes through me such a horizontal bar that separates the picture into 2 parts and the part is moved slightly to the left there myself in GTA San Andreas.

    The format is the same.

    In the game CS: GO is as far as okey I have some stable say 240FPS


    I have included in the OC bias, that is, the processor is turned up to 4.0GHZ, I read on some forum that with this processor and cooling from this unit should get some 4.3GHZ. The temperature in the bios is 40/44 degrees

    If I would send all screenshots from Biosu? Is anyone able to tell me what to change to set these 4.3GHZ? With the right voltage etc? that it all work stably?
  • Level 30  
    Buddy, I do not know how much advanced user you are but for the beginning I would ask you to send a picture of the back of the computer, as it is tense, with all the wires, etc.
  • Level 5  
    Without exaggeration, I'm not connected to integrated graphics as you think :) So the photo seems pointless to me unless you need something else I can send it.
  • Level 38  
    In what resolution do you start this game? Bios certainly placed well? Do you fire the game itself or some other programs in the background?
  • Level 43  
    Start by determining what your equipment hurts. Because turning the CPU is a road to nowhere.
    Start with something simple - start HWiNFO in the "sensor only" mode, minimize and play in GTA - play 5 minutes with these lags. Take it easy out of the game and make a screen of everything from HWiNFO. The maximum values will tell us more about what is "unwell" during the game.
  • Level 30  
    MichasSR wrote:
    Without exaggeration, I'm not connected to integrated graphics as you think :) So the photo seems pointless to me unless you need something else I can send it.


    If you met several times with this case, then you would understand why I started asking this question :D In any case, it is known that it can be ruled out ;)
  • Level 43  
    All this is not. In fact, the CPU does not make people for a lot of worse CPUs have a smooth image. What resolution? UHD can you train? What about the rest of the parameters?
    Any background processes?
  • Level 38  
    Probably UHD or full HD on 3 monitors, plus a video capture program and processor. Write specific settings. Nobody will guess after 2000MB. There were such circuses before curling? Because maybe there is a problem here.
  • Level 5  
    The computer is not overclocked with me because I did not overclock it, I have only enabled in OC biosie OC so that the process is overclocked to 4.0GHZ and that's alone I did not overclock anything or nothing now I set GTA V on parameters are what are in the pictures and it comes in okey much better than then at 1600MB I have such a strange only stripes on the monitor they are also of lower quality when playing in GTA it is very annoying recorded video on which you can see how they fly these stripes and screen as if I move a little that I put on YT here you have a link: https://youtu.be/_CV4VOUsg08 I am sorry to have recorded it in your hand but otherwise I did not have it because I did not want to weaken my computer.

    I attach a lot of photos from the graphics settings in GTA V and from the program after playing 5 minutes on these settings.

    Good equipment and GTA V jams even in poor settings. Good equipment and GTA V jams even in poor settings. Good equipment and GTA V jams even in poor settings. Good equipment and GTA V jams even in poor settings. Good equipment and GTA V jams even in poor settings. Good equipment and GTA V jams even in poor settings. Good equipment and GTA V jams even in poor settings. Good equipment and GTA V jams even in poor settings.
  • Level 23  
    I see that you have a lot of graphical options enabled in the game that erase the video card's memory and are the graphics card.
    Come on all kinds of AA, turn tessellation off, turn off soft shadows or reduce their details because the graphics are not kneading and that's why you have such chops and, above all, reduce the resolution of textures.
  • Level 5  
    Hello gentlemen, I know that here for the test I made high settings but I have lags on the use of 1600MB and those flying stripes are visible on the video I put here.
    What can this be because maybe 8GB of the framework is not enough for GTA, so what do you think I have lag? Maybe this disk is weak or if I bought SSD and installed GTA V there will feel some differences or no chance?
  • Level 43  
    In this test you can see that there is no lag. The belts are "screen tearing" for yourself. Set horizontal sync to match the refresh rate of the monitor. What kind of monitor do you have? Native monitor resolution and native monitor refreshing check and set in the game.
    Later on, read what in the game settings requires CPU power as graphics. Lower everything so that you go smoothly.
    In HW you can see that the computer is a heavily loaded game but computationally. RAM is in stock (you have a minimum of 2GB free), CPU and GPU are not up to 100%, so it is theoretically good.
    Replacing the disk will not give RAM anything too. Learning how a PC works will help you the most. If you think that the knowledge about PC operation is unnecessary in your life, then sell this PC to buy game consoles and a cheap notebook for the rest.
  • Level 15  
    First of all, the amount of MB, e.g. 1600, does not say anything about the power of the card ... It speaks of the storage capacity in which it can store textures and other information. The fact that you use 1600 and the program shows that there is still space, does not mean that the game will walk smoothly if you have different light effects, shadows, etc. that the card calculates on the fly. Look at the computing power of the Mhz card core.

    However, on the gtx 760 which I have high gram without any problems.
    MichasSR wrote:
    In the game CS: GO is as far as okey I have some stable say 240FPS

    Rather OK? When in the end, people are misleading that the game should have 200, 300 or more fps. The maximum you can see is 144 fps, but only if you have a 144 Hz monitor, and if you do not have it, you display at most 60 fps. CS: GO has such a weirdly written engine that it displays NIBY those 200 fps, and this is an astronomical value, so how can you write "as far as you can" xD from 60 fps, you are as smooth as a razor.
  • Level 32  
    danonz wrote:

    MichasSR wrote:
    In the game CS: GO is as far as okey I have some stable say 240FPS

    Rather OK? When in the end, people are misleading that the game should have 200, 300 or more fps. The maximum you can see is 144 fps, but only if you have a 144 Hz monitor, and if you do not have it, you display at most 60 fps. CS: GO has such a weirdly written engine that it displays NIBY those 200 fps, and this is an astronomical value, so how can you write "as far as you can" xD from 60 fps, you are as smooth as a razor.


    It is not about how much the monitor can display. The number of fps is important in games based on the reaction time. "NIBY 200 fps" is how many PCs it generates, not that it is displayed. However, in games where the reaction speed is not important, the number of fps above the limit that the monitor can display is irrelevant (except that we tire the PC in vain if it generates, for example, 200 frames / second and the monitor displays 60 fps)