C-Core Posted December 21, 2020 Share Posted December 21, 2020 Now, I took a bit of a break from the game, and I come back to extremely bad freezing and stuttering when I log in and try to load in my Orbiter Assets, I didn't think toooo much of it, but it was a bit weird. I get into a mission and the stutter comes back, completely unplayable for the first 10-20 seconds. This happens every single time I load into something. This issue is only isolated to warframe. The only other game that does anything close to this is Overwatch, but that game sorts itself out within a minute or so, and then is fine for the rest of my play session. I would also like to say that my PC is not low end, and is only a few months old, so I can pretty much rule out any hardware issues. I've tried running the game without any background processes whatsoever, no change. Minimum graphics settings, no change. Fullscreen or Borderless, no change. Different direct X versions, no change. Verified and optimised game files, and reinstalled warframe on each of my SSD's, and the stuttering persists on both. All my drivers, windows and everything are up to date, so I literally have no clue what the issue could be. It looks like the game is struggling to load stuff in, but it makes no sense since I'm running it on an SSD, and other, more intensive games like AC Valhalla, or Horizon Zero dawn run smooth as butter with no lagspikes at all. The lagspikes persist regardless of my playsession. I could load into the orbiter once for example, go into a mission, come back, and would still experience these massive stuttering issues. CPU: Ryzen 7 3800x GPU: Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super 8GB RAM: Crucial Ballistix 16GB DDR4 3600Mhz Motherboard: X570 Aorus Elite PSU: Corsair TX750M SSD: Crucial MX500 M.2 500GB SSD: Crucial MX500 SATA 2TB Video Displaying this stuttering when loading into the orbiter (It's like this for every single mission/area I load into: https://streamable.com/kycxsd You can also see my FPS in the top right. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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