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#1 Posted at 2018-03-18 14:31        
     
I've been fixing this problem for days and have not found any result to this problem

This problem occurs when playing a map (Both official and community except Virtual Reality), During gameplay, there is a random frame drop. Somehow there are topics in relations to this problem.

Somehow these problem was caused by my HDD, there is one forum in which someone talks about this, it was recommended by some people for the thread starter to buy an SDD, after buying an SDD, still it did not work.

I've tried optimizing my game and did not work. And I've also tried monitoring my CPU and GPU's temperature, still no luck on finding the problem since both of them are not above the maximum temperature.

Here's my Specs:

Intel Core i7-6500U @ 2.50GHz (x4)
AMD Radeon R7 M360
8GB of Ram
Laptop

Average FPS: 27-40

Mid-High Specs

Anyone have a clue?


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#2 Posted at 2018-05-02 02:57        
     
Im suffering from a similar issue. Ive got a high end system and im used to anywhere from around 75 to 120 fps right? well every so often i get such a massive fps drop it makes it microstutter which has been driving me up the wall for a while. After the jets update but before the tanks update is when it started. i have quite literally tried EVERYTHING and i cant seem to solve it.

My PC specs: Antec 1900 Case, Windows 10 64bit OS, Vizio 70" 4k Tv (M-70-C3) Monitor, GIGABYTE GA-Z270X Gaming 8 Motherboard, Intel i7-7700k KabyLake Quad-Core CPU @4.5Ghz, GIGABYTE GTX-1080 Xtreme Gaming Edition, 32GB G.Skill Aegis DDR4 2400 RAM, 3TB Hard Drives, 3 1,800rpm case fans & 3 2,000rpm case fans (outake/intake), 1300 watt EVGA SuperNOVA G2 power supply.

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#3 Posted at 2018-05-02 15:07        
     
Hello fellas, welcome to Armaholic forums!

@Klarner

Its good to have Arma3 on an SSD, however from the looks of it your ram is probably your issue, 8gb of ram really isn't that much,
i suggest upgrading to a minimum of 16gb, but.... make sure its a frequency of at least 3000.

@Pandemic4444
I also have the same thing as in your sig:
i7-7700k KabyLake Quad-Core CPU @4.5Ghz, GIGABYTE GTX-1080 Xtreme Gaming Edition,
32GB G.Skill Aegis DDR4 2400 RAM

but i have 3600 frequency for my ram and i have no dips or changes in fps, i get 80+ fps all the time, game is also on SSD.

You have enough ram ---> (32GB G.Skill Aegis DDR4 2400 RAM)
but the frequency is low, if he were to upgrade that to at least 3000,
more the merrier then you should see some changes.

Review this -----> https://techreport.com/review/31179/intel-core-i7-7700k-kaby-lake-cpu-reviewed/11