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I have a problem with Rage game. Game runs at 60 FPS with no problems. I have no graphic issues.

After around half hour of playing graphics starts to lag, it looks like graphic stuttering. The thing is it has nothing to do with graphic just with input, when I don't touch any of the controls the lagging stops. But in moment I touch keyboard or mouse lagging is back again.

I have G13 controller but disconnecting it and turning of it's program does not resolve this issue.

Any suggestions?

  • I'm really wondering if it is caused by input? Because when you move the game starts to render again causing the lag... i'm pretty sure it is your 3D card. I would check both these questions out and maybe see if one fixes your problem : gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/34196/… and gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/32060/… – Lyrion Aug 14 '13 at 11:08
  • I't is hard to explain it but I'm more than 100% sure that's not a graphic issue. For example you can just start shooting and nothing else, looking in an empty space and it will lag. GPU and graphic card memory does not change at all. – Ogrim Aug 14 '13 at 11:17
  • Well that is what i'm trying to prove,everything that you do with either your keyboard or mouse forces the game to think and render. Shoot = flashes, bullet holes... , we are talking about rage here on pc, which is a real crappy port and even on consoles it had trouble. – Lyrion Aug 14 '13 at 11:22
  • Sounds like your graphics card or CPU can't keep up once they get too warm. If the graphics start corrupting, it's almost guaranteed the video card. It could also be the hard drive that it's installed on. If the system can't pull data fast enough to keep up, that could be causing this stuttering. – Frank Aug 14 '13 at 12:35
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    That's strange. Your symptoms are pointing to a failing video card, but if that was the case, it should be doing it to all those games. Are they all installed on the same hard drive? – Frank Aug 14 '13 at 18:13

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