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Wanted to see if anyone could help. So i have read several posts on this topic and it seems there are so many differnt things to try. I have messed around with many of them but i have found something that works but its not good for playing. If i disable my sound i get 0 studdering. I have tried lowering itt o 16bit and i still get studdering and at MP8 and above when you hit a big pack you can die pretty easy from a studder. I narrowed it down by turning my sound up to 128bit and it was so bad i couldn't even move.
I just built this pc since my last pc was doing the same thing so i was thinking it was a bad part. This is a fresh build all drivers are up to date and the only game installed is diablo3 currently. I have 2 SSD's Raid 0 and 16gig of ran and a 3.4quad core processor and 660 3gig geforce card.
Thanks for any suggestions or help.
Found the fix
Open Task Manager (CTL + ALT + DEL, "Start Task Manager")Right click the Diablo 3 processClick Set Affinity Uncheck all but one coreIf the performance improves some, try checking two cores. (Two Cores worked for me)
Edited by Pleblo#1609 on 3/10/2013 12:04 PM PDT
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