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Hello,

First specs,

CPU: A8-7600

GPU: GTX 970 4GB

RAM: 4GB

mobo: ASUS A88XM-A

 

I just installed my GTX 970 4GB and when i wanted to play it gets on 40-58 FPS on slightly high. i have the driver for the card on 364.51. Screen gets very stuttery at villages and cities, What do i do now? 

Change some settings, buy a new CPU or add more ram? or even something else?

 

Please help me and thank you for reading!

 

Edited by AkiaSenpai

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definitely you need more ram, 8 Gb at least and a minimum of 1600Hz of clock speed

you have such strange specs..., that motherboard is not the one I would choose but not the most important component.

And, black desert is not that optimized to the point of not lagging in cities and so on, maybe better conection and another ethernet card would help but wont make miracles

Edited by Guillel

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its probably the driver.
I've read that those drivers run this game pretty badly. the 362.00 one is fine, according to them.
I'm running well with the 359.06 drivers myself, constant crashes with the latest ones.

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its probably the driver.I've read that those drivers run this game pretty badly. the 362.00 one is fine, according to them.
I'm running well with the 359.06 drivers myself, constant crashes with the latest ones.

that is for the videocard yes? sorry im pretty new at this.

 

Thanks for helping all!!

definitely you need more ram, 8 Gb at least and a minimum of 1600Hz of clock speed

you have such strange specs..., that motherboard is not the one I would choose but not the most important component.

And, black desert is not that optimized to the point of not lagging in cities and so on, maybe better conection and another ethernet card would help but wont make miracles

i just went to the store and got 4 more gb ram. to get them channeled right i have to put them in a certain way right?

if the colors on the mobo are

Gold-black-gold-black they need to be put like Ram-black-Ram-black. or is it different?

 

thanks Alot for helping!

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that is for the videocard yes? sorry im pretty new at this.

yeah.
Here, these are all the old drivers for the 970. I recommend 362.00 or 359.06 if the first one doesn't perform as needed.

Uninstall your current drivers thru the control panel and remove leftover files using this utility

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that is for the videocard yes? sorry im pretty new at this.

 

Thanks for helping all!!

i just went to the store and got 4 more gb ram. to get them channeled right i have to put them in a certain way right?

if the colors on the mobo are

Gold-black-gold-black they need to be put like Ram-black-Ram-black. or is it different?

 

thanks Alot for helping!

Depends on the motherboard. You probably need exaclty matching RAM to form a channel. (black and black or gold and gold probably).

Either way you could mix it in slots. Make sure one of the sticks is in your 1st slot. Be sure to discharge static (touch some metal) and don't do this on a carpet!

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i just went to the store and got 4 more gb ram. to get them channeled right i have to put them in a certain way right?

if the colors on the mobo are

Gold-black-gold-black they need to be put like Ram-black-Ram-black. or is it different?

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Put both in black or both in gold, doesn't matter which.

Also, it's recommended that, for compatibility reasons, you use RAM modules that are as similar as possible (same brand, same version, same batch, same vendor), but you should be fine.

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