BioShock Infinite Discussion
Ok it may just be my old computer Im using a 6 year old one with 64 bit Vista but when I play the game it tends to freeze from time to time I havent determined at this time if the trainer is causing it or not. Anyone else having this issue? Also any suggestions would be appreciated.
i have a decent box on win 8 64 bit and it does the same with or without the trainer. i found that bumping the priority up in task manager for it helps some
Thanks Im willing to try any suggestions to help resolve this issue due to the lousy way the game saves when it wants to, Im tired of repeating my actions after it crashes.
Check ur Drivers For Bios / Grafic / and maybe Take of VSync in ur Grafic card... Does help alote
also check so you get decent airflow around the gpu if it overheats it usually leads to crashes.
Dynamic shadows and AO need a LOT of gpu. Everything above 'normal' overheats my card and results in crashes. The alternate postprocessing also cost a lot of fps and doesn't really look better.
I just got my new computer this last October, I got it because Dishonored had announced stats too high for my old one yet once the game released, the stats were actually fine for my old pc.
Anyways, this new PC hasn't had any crashes, stuttering, or pausing at all.
Here's my stats.
Windows 7 64-bit OS, Intel Quad Core i7-3770 3.4-3.9 GHz cpu, 16 gigs ram, Radeon HD 7770 2 GB video card.
The problem seems to be the trainer because when I dont have it running the game doesnt freeze or crash, Im running a steam version and I have the correct trainer buts its causing the game to crash at random times. I have yet to figure out what option on the trainer is causing it thats gonna take time.
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