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I"m having an concern wright here the game will periodically freeze for a couple of seconds does anyone else have these problems? I"m using an I5 6600, GTX 1060, 16GB RAM. 1080p 60FPS and also all my motorists are as much as day.
Does it occur once you take damage? I"n acquired that as a difficulty. No it"s very random, occasionally I"m just going through the menus, sometimes I"m in combat and sometimes I"m simply walking roughly.


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I seldom play Dark Souls III now, yet occasionally I gained a random split-second wright here the game simply hiccuped too, but it didn"t influence gameplay at all (unlike for the TO). But this is really only something if you just focus on that, on the various other hand also this doesn"t take place in other games at all.Just posting this, because I have the very same processor, the i5 6600 non-k, the very same video card, apart from just having 8 gigs of memory. Motherboard is an Asus B150 HD3P and obviously Dark Souls III is installed (given that release) on an SSD right here. It have to make NO difference if this game is on a regular HDD, as loading times should really be no concern at all through this game.So from my point of check out, it doesn"t seem to be a problem via that hardware combination. Although the GTX 1060 suffers a bit from DPC latency, which was solved by Nvidia 2 or three driver versions earlier.Did you set Power Settings in Windows to "high performance"? If no, you need to to so.Other plans occasionally develop weird points, prefer having actually stuttering despite the video card working hard.Also you should check your Nvidia Control Panel itself, going right into 3D settings-> transforming variety of prerendered frames and playing around via that setting a little bit, favor for circumstances placing this on "1". As well as establishing the power management enattempt to "optimal performance". That means the GPU alwqays runs at complete speed (I think, not sure), but this can quickly be adjusted after quitting the game. I just tried to interpret those settings from my German Windows variation, so I"m not really certain exactly how those items are referred to as in an English variation.