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Splinter cell conviction too lag? Help!

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I don't get any lag with it at max settings and 1440p. What's your config?

Sent from my GT-N7000

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Hello, I got this game and don't have any problem with my old GTX 580 + i7 870, full settings to ULTRA, including V-Sync.

Could you please tell us ur specs like requested above so that we can help you?

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don't set shadow too high, it'll use up a lot of the system power

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I was playing this on a single 6970m and was barely playable, as of many of these ports you either should have killer hw or no gameplay at all. With ports I feel there is hardly any in between...

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Splinter Cell conviction (like SC: Double agent, based on the same modified Unreal engine), is quite CPU bound and performs poorly on dual cores CPUs; Even with quadcore CPUs you have sometime to manually change CPU affinity in task manager in order to balance load among all availables cores;

Like many Ubisoft games, playing with Vsync settings and Monitor refresh rate could also help.

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I had the same problem on Lenovo Y500 and 2x GT650m SLI, however I changed render settings in NVIDIA control panel to AFR2 and turn off triple buffering. Now I have like 80 fps ultra settings full hd, vsync off.

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SC: Conviction is kind of weird if you used an AMD (ATi) cards. I remembered back then when I still used HD3850 it will constantly crash, even though it's playable. A lot of people are complaining about it. Not just series HD3xxx, but also 4, 5 and 6. So, what's your graphic card?

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