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If you want to try something a little simpler, but seemed to work out most if not all the stuttering i was getting.. try this. It might help, since it seems the OP's method doesn't work with the new version.
i5 760, gtx 560ti, 8gb RAM, 1tb HDD - only game i've had problems with.
Edited by Jinglinggggg#1289 on 9/1/2012 9:29 PM PDT
This didnt solve my stuttering though i guess I would call it more of a minor stutter...like a blip that occurs every 10-15 seconds. Ive tried just about everything to get rid of it yet it persists. Im done with this game.
Edited by Fusrodah#1817 on 10/10/2012 5:17 PM PDT
I copied the MPQs folder onto my Seagate Backup Plus drive. For people that have backup drives, you can use them instead of a flash drive in the event that you do not have a ~16 GB flash drive. And since my backup drive is always connected via USB in the back of my desktop, it works very well.
Anyway, this worked for me, and pretty much got rid of any really noticeable stutter. The game is so smooth now; I've never seen it like this before. Most of the stuttering issues happened after patch 1.0.5, though I recall a bit of stutter in the previous patches. My particular stutter usually happened at the beginning of the game, when first encountering enemies, though as I encountered different enemies with different spells, etc., some of the stutter would return. It happened in sharp spikes, and sometimes caused me to die when playing with a high monster power.
I bet that this can also be done in StarCraft II instead of loading that custom preloading map every time, so I will give it a try a bit later.
Everyone should try this method. Thanks!
Edited by booseek#1655 on 10/18/2012 9:52 PM PDT
I may be asking something that's already been answered. I'm just not prepared to read through all the 20 pages of this thread and the initial one :(
Why does it have to be a flash drive? Does it matter if i'd made the link to just different partition? I have all my Blizz games on partition D, so i could make the copy on my system drive and link it there. Would that be enough? Thanx a bunch
I have lauched resource monitor in Vista there is nothing saying RRT. Here is screenshot:
Just want to be sure . Is it 'response time (ms)' in the last column?
Would be thankful for help.
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