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Graphics Card Setttings for Nvidia GTX960

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After Update 9.5 my PC frame rate in battles slowed a little (reduced from 64 to 50) when there was lots of activity. That is when other ships are in close proximately especially Red ships, when being attacked by aircraft, when there are a lot of shells passing overhead and around my ship.

After Update 9.6 the frame rate decreased more noticeably (reduced from 64 to 37) when the graphics load increased.

Following Update 9.7 the frame rate decreases to the point that the picture does not render smoothly. In tight contests with Red ships the picture lags resulting in choppy graphics and poor accuracy. The frame rate drops into the mid 20's.

I have kept my video driver up to date. I do a clean install of the driver when an update is available. The current version on my PC is 452.06. There is 4.0GB of video memory plus 8.0GB of shared memory. The PC has an Intel I5 with 16.0 GB RAM. The game runs from an SSD hard drive.

Here are my present settings.

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Sounds like something in your system is bottlenecking.

Can you please list the computers core component details (model of CPU, ram type and speed, motherboard make and model)

Knowing these may help troubleshooting your issue.

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Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 65-bit

When this data was collected:

  • WoWS loaded and in Phillipines Port;
  • Firefox open with this window and one other playing music through YouTube;
  • No other programs open.

CPU: I5 4460 @ 3.20 GHZ.

  • Haswell 4 cores;
  • Extended Model 3C;
  • Virtualization Supported, Disabled;
  • L1 4 x 32 KB;
  • L2 4 x 256 KB;
  • L3 6144 KB.
  • - 4 cores running at 3291 MHz, Multipliers x32, Bus Speed 99.8 MHz.

Memory is 8 GB original HP with addition 8 GB Kingston brand. 2 slots available and used.

  • DDR3;
  • 16384 MB of which 6717 MB is in use;
  • Dual Channel;
  • 798.1 MHz;
  • The system has 18 GB of virtual memory allocated of which 9.4 GB is in use.

HP Motherboard 2B2C (Socket 0)

  • Intel chipset;
  • Intel Southbridge;
  • AMI bios.

Nvidia GeForce GTX960

  • ASUS Strix;
  • GPU 1379 MHz;
  • Shader Clock 3505 MHz;
  • 4095 MB memory @ 3505 MHz.

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Ok so your system is meeting the Recommended game specs (your CPU turbo's up to the 3.4GHz that is in the games recommended specs), so you system does not appear to be holding you back.

There appears to be a lot of people having this issue at present, present consensus on the EU forum is that there is probably a problem with GUI overlay whilst in Game. 

 Apparently turning off Antialising: FXAA has helped some people.

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Worth a try. Thanks.

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