Fix NVidia Card Common Gaming Issues: Lagging, Shuttering, Bad Frame
Nobody wants to go through a horrible bad frame when especially you are in the middle of a battle. However, to have a smooth, better gaming experience, a powerful graphics card is something you will never miss. And if you are using a nVidia video card and have been facing graphics issues, then we’re here to help.
There are multiple ways that you can do to help you swift through the battlefield more smoothly.
First of all, if you have another integrated graphics card in your PC,
Set the game to run on the nVidia card:
1. Open the nVidia Control Panel on your computer, select the Manage 3D Settings on the left column.
2. Find the Program Settings tab.
3. Click the Add button, then select the game from the pop up menu.
4. You should see a new drop down menu that allows you to select your preferred graphics processor. Select the high-performance nVidia processor option here.
Secondly, if the issues still exist,
Check the driver software if it’s an outdated version, to update it without a hassle you can:
Use DriverEasy Professional Drivers Manager to automatically update the whole library of the driver software on your PC–it’s no brainer, fast and easy 1-Click solution.
Not only does it help with graphics issues but also all of your other unrecognized, missing, broken or damaged driver problems which may impact your performance on the battlefield. For instance, an outdated software version of the CPU also lowers the ability to handle a large, immersive 3D gaming world. We highly recommend doing this for efficiency and overall performance.
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In Windows Device Manager, you can also search for the latest available version. To open windows device manager,
1. Press Win+R (Windows key and R key) together to open the “Run” dialog box, enter devmgmt.msc
2.In the Device Manager, expand the “Display adapters” from the list, right click your video card > Properties
3. In Drivers tab > Update Driver
4. Then select “Search automatically for updated drivers software“.
Note that Updating through Device Manager isn’t as efficient as we usually would expect. Often it may not be able to find the driver software, the process can be time-consuming and somehow confusing.