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    Default Re: Gigabyte gtx465 driver & Just Cause 2

    Guess the game is optimised for up to 4 threads and gets confused if there are more? i7 has 8! In the past this game ran beautifully using e8400 (2 threads) + X48 + 2G RAM. I had tried all sorts of changes to game setup without success. Probably is a fix out there but this solution is easy so wont bother looking!! Might even be particular to my system.
    I also think this might be an answer to some other people's problems. Maybe some more research?
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    Default Re: Gigabyte gtx465 driver & Just Cause 2

    Well good thing you are not using 980X then eh!

    Nice to hear it's now working well for you!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte gtx465 driver & Just Cause 2

    Perhaps filing a bug report with the game developer/publisher will also be helpful. You could link this thread and the steps you used to rectify the issue.

    It's worth sending it to nVidia too as if the game worked OK with previous driver versions, something has been broken since. Maybe a driver threading issue? Hopefully either nV will then patch their drivers (most likely) or Eidos (now Square Enix) will be able to patch the game, assuming enough people have the same issue.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte gtx465 driver & Just Cause 2

    Hmm @Psycho101. Will think about it. Eidos doesnt have a good record for fixes from what I have seen of the forums. I am thinking I might post to one of their forums to see if others have had this problem. Just googled to find i5 thread number (4) so this might be an issue for the higher end processors with more than 4 threads! Obviously that limits the number of people who might have this problem. Just Cause 2 has not missed a beat since changing the affinity!
    Could be that this problem will show up more in the future and probably for a whole lot of other "older" games as people upgrade computers.
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