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  • V-SYNC OFF/Weird LOW FPS Issues [NVIDIA 920M]

    For some reason, even if turning V-SYNC OFF in NVIDIA Painel and NVIDIA Inspector(a tweaking program) my frames are still 60...
    I did put everything in low already, I tried everything I know, I don't know if there is something else I could do....
    Does anyone here know how to solve this issue? It really bothers me because my computer is really good and i'm running this game with a lot of random fps lag spikes LOOOL

    Here is some info that might help:

    [12/05/2017 19:07:31]
    Operating System: Windows 10 Home Single Language, 64-bit
    DirectX version: 12.0
    GPU Processor: GeForce 920M
    Driver version: 385.54
    Direct3D API Version: 12
    Direct3D resource level: 11_0
    CUDA Colors: 384
    Core clock: 954 MHz
    Memory data rate: 1800 MHz
    Memory interface: 64bit
    Memory Bandwidth: 14.40 GB / s
    Total Graphics Memory Available: 6097 MB
    Dedicated video memory: 2048 MB DDR3
    Dedicated video memory: 0 MB
    Shared system memory: 4049 MB
    BIOS version of the video: 80.28.B2.00.02
    IRQ: Not used
    Bus: PCI Express x4 Gen3
    Device ID: 10DE 1299 382417AA
    Part number: 2041 0000
    Last edited by TweekTweak; 12-05-2017, 09:12 PM.

  • #2
    Hey, do you have maybe a integrited graphic card installed instead of GeForce 920M?

    Tutorials: | IGN: Jak


    • #3
      Originally posted by Jxkup View Post
      Hey, do you have maybe a integrited graphic card installed instead of GeForce 920M?
      I have both, since it's a laptop and sadly...I don't know what to do anymore LOL I'll have to overclock or something.....
      Last edited by TweekTweak; 12-06-2017, 04:23 AM. Reason: [Intel 500 btw]


      • #4
        I think audition is trying to use your integrated graphic cards instead of your geforce 920m.
        try to turn off your integrated graphic card over the bios and try again.

        Tutorials: | IGN: Jak


        • #5
          Overclocking is not going to fix your problem...

          Just turn off your integrated graphics card in BIOS like Jakup said, there are videos on how to do it.