Here are a few suggestions that may help with your issue: [quote][b]1.[/b] You might want to [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/46407]remove your CVARS.xml[/url] file to see if anything changes. [b]2.[/b] You may want to turn VSYNC on or off to see if that helps at all. You may also need to cap your framerate. [b]3.[/b] Some users have reported that lowering your clockspeed of your GPU may help with this. [b]4.[/b] Some users have reported that lowering their hz on their monitor has helped with this issue. [b]5.[/b] [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Forums/Post/250853399?sort=0&page=0]This player reported that removing Windows Gamebar has helped with this issue.[/url] [b]6.[/b] For AMD Radeon users, [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Forums/Post/251664497?sort=0&page=0]a player reported that editing their Radeon Gaming Settings and Shader Cache helped them[/url].[/quote]
1. CVARS were removed even before I wrote first message, it is almost SOP now:). 2. VSYNC while somewhat helps to mitigate heavy stutter, does not improves overall FPS. Plus it adds tearing about crosshair area, making it nearly impossible to aim. Given that I'm not that good shot to begin with... 3. They are at stock speeds and I don't overclock anything. 4. No can do, it is fixed 60Hz. It is CAD-oriented panel, not gaming one.:) 5. I don't have it and have no idea what it is. I'm on Win7 Pro, as my work software doesn't work with 8 or especially 10 normally. 6. By default (when I created profile to disable Crossfire as your game works worse in CF than I play PvP) shader cache set to "AMD Optimized". Tried both Off and On, no difference in that particular area of the map.