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I noticed many people facing input lag issues and stuttering so i decide to make guide to fix these issues or reduce them as much as possible. this guide should be useful for ww3 and any other games. 1. firstly, disable HPET (High Precision Event Time): for me this was the most effective way to make any game lighter and more responsive. you can do this by: - first, open Device manager then go under System devices and right click on High precision event timer and click disable this device. - secondly, type on windows search CMD and run Command Prompt as Administrator and type: - bcdedit /set useplatformclock false then hit enter - same for this command - bcdedit /set disabledynamictick yes then restart pc. - run command prompt again as admin and type bcdedit /enum to check if the changes happened, you should see these at bottom: useplatformclock No disabledynamictick Yes 2.update nividia driver or radeon driver. - in last nividia drivers there is option under manage 3D settings called Low latency mode and set it to Ultra. - i dont have radeon, but i believe there is setting called anti lag which is similar to nividia. 3. ryzen users and SMT (simultaneous multi-threading). - disable SMT in bios, it depends on game, you might gain or lose fps.. how ever the games will feel snappier. 4. disable superfetch. - go to windows search and type services, look for service called SysMain and right click then click properties and change startup type to Disabled 5. disable full screen optimization - navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\World War 3\WW3\Binaries\Win64 or where u installed the game files and right click WW3-Win64-Shipping.exe properties and click compatibility then tick Disable fullscreen optimizations 6. enable high performance power plan - go to power and sleep then on the right corner click addtional power settings and tick on high performance plan 7. disable unnecessary start up programs - go to windows search and click startup apps and remove unneeded programs from startup 8. disable all Xbox services and game bar recording - Xbox services and game bar recording well known for eating resources in your pc - click services on windows search and navigate to last services and you will find 4 Xbox services click on each one right click then properties and change start up type to disable - next go to windows search and type game bar the set record games to off 9.empty standby memory list 10. increase paging file if you have 16gb or less memory ram and getting crashes after while of playing. do this : - go to window search and type this pc then right right click on it then properties then advanced system settings on the top left side of screen. after that, click on advanced >>> performance [Settings] - then advanced again, you will see option called virtual memory then click change. - tick system managed size then click set >>> ok then restart. 11.disable CPU core parking 12. use Windows 10 Debloater to remove pre installed programes that you dont need. link: https://github.com/Sycnex/Windows10Debloater as for rest check Weedtime post, he almost mentioned everything you need. my spec: gtx 1070ti mini, ryzen 2600, 16gb 3200hz ram and SSD 500gb 860 EVO. . . . it might make your pc way better or worse, test on your own risk .. however, all of these settings are revertible. i highly recommend trying them out. my in game settings: leave an up vote if you find this guide useful please and feel free to ask anything. see you in the field soldier ?
I found the problem with stuttering and rubber banding effects. In WW3 you have 4 moving ways: Normal Walk, Fast/Acceleration Walk (causes Stuttering & Rubber Banding), Sprint and Crouch Sprint. The Fast/Acceleration Walk causes the issues with stuttering and rubber banding, so here is the video that explains it.
The patch has fixed a lot of issues and solved crashing issues for me. But the main cancer still here. STUTTERING! Each time I see an enemy closer than 30 meters my screen freezes for 0.5-1.5 sec. And it seems I've found the causer. 4690k 4.5 GHz is on 60-80% load. GTX 1070 gives me +-100 stable fps on ultra. But my HDD cries like a little girl being eaten by a wolf. Seems like all the stuttering problems is the game trying to load some files from HDD and (SURPRISE SURPRISE) it lacks of speed. So, will be waiting for next 2.0 patch;( For all who can play: good luck and have fun! Cya in next patch)
Hello. I and at least 3 others in the Finnish WW3 Discord have noticed a greater amount of stuttering in Moscow (At least Warzone large, but could be other game mode as well) than any other map, even with high specs on PC. So much so that it becomes annoying to play in that map. We play in a squad, so we don't often choose the map because of this issue. Client version (In-game): 49138 Current Content build ID: 3327628