ArtDirector;n7679770 said:I would suggest that all the people who are experiencing this problem should write about it to Nvidia directly with the following link.
There needs to be several people who complain about the problem or nothing will change. I understand that newer drivers may cause problems with older titles, but I can't understand that this happens with a game like the Witcher which is still so popular and got a GOTY release recently. I mean this shouldn't be rocket scienece to play a popular game and if it is impossible for Nvidia to fix their drivers I would expect that they give a littler note with their new driver releases like :"this will break the Witcher 3 for all maxwell 980 and 980 ti users forever, (because we don't care)..." But in all honesty we humans can fly to the moon and can't fix a driver for a popular title on expensive high end cards from two years ago?
ArtDirector;n7679770 said:I understand that newer drivers may cause problems with older titles, but I can't understand that this happens with a game like the Witcher which is still so popular and got a GOTY release recently.
Moroght;n7684950 said:I think so. Moderator recommend me to write there... You can see it there http://forums.cdprojektred.com/foru...aa/7668790-witcher-3-stuttering-while-running
Moroght;n7674980 said:I tried mostly everythink but it still same, I tried Nvidia driver 376.33 and the new one but nothing changes..... I wanted to try Nvidia driver 355.82 but this driver is not compatible with my graphic card..... So I don't know I'm really frustrated about it.......
Moroght;n7685330 said:Yes, it does
SigilFey;n7691040 said:What card are you using?
To all, I would recommend bringing this issue up on the Nvidia Forums, as ArtDirector suggests. Especially if your own a 1000 series card -- those cards have been having a really bumpy time of it. If you're using the 900 series, try Nvidia 355.82 or 372.54. I've used both of those on my 980 ti without issues. Still using 372.54 today.
Moroght;n7699180 said:I have GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming.
Moroght;n7713100 said:Yeah I tried to lower settings but nothing changes.
MB GIGABYTE Z97X-GAMING7
GPU GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming 8GDDR5X
RAM KINGSTON HyperX 16GB 1600MHz DDR3 CL9 DIMM XMP Beast
CPU Intel I7 4790K 4.0GHz
PSU Forton RAIDER S 750W 80PLUS SILVER
SSD Intel SSD 530 Series 240GB
HDD Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 2TB
I tried SSD but it still same problem,so now I have Witcher on HDD
There is the answer from CD PROJEKT Support
Please check if following this article helps: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/...irtual-memory/
--- Really don't know what is on the linked page or what should I do....
Moroght;n7717630 said:I think so....