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Increase FPS/Remove Stuttering In Escape From Tarkov

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PussyForBrekky

I made a video earlier today on how to increase frames and reduce lag in escape from tarkov, please make this guide useful to you and others around the community :)

 

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Cacos1906

With regular volume settings I could barely listen to what you were saying :/

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slackpanda

anyone claiming they have a fix to remove stuttering is chatting wham, this needs to be fixed by devs not users.

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RammWolf

Couldn't hear you properly over the background music you had :/

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MIkeKillson

Helped me a bit, thanks mate 

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eikotehmouse

defraging data on a SSD...... lmao....

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t4nk83
20 hours ago, eikotehmouse said:

defraging data on a SSD...... lmao....

You can defrag an ssd, but it wont do much...unlike standard platter drives, big data on an ssd is written contiguously vs the random distribution on a platter drive.

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Shibby

I wouldn't download the archive if I were you (could be anything as far as I'm concerned) 
Memory Cleaner is ok 
Just a heads up 

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Vodor

Not even sure why any of this stuff still exists since windows XP. It's really not needed.

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Swoopflye
19 hours ago, t4nk83 said:

You can defrag an ssd, but it wont do much...

It is actually pretty harmful for the drive and useless.

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t4nk83
On 2/11/2018 at 9:43 AM, Kegeloco said:

It is actually pretty harmful for the drive and useless.

No it isn't. There use to be a warning because of the unnecessary read/writes to the drive, but today's SSD's have such endurance that it's okay.

 

Windows 10 even by default will optimize an SSD.

 

https://www.hanselman.com/blog/TheRealAndCompleteStoryDoesWindowsDefragmentYourSSD.aspx

 

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Swoopflye
On 16/02/2018 at 7:03 AM, t4nk83 said:

today's SSD's have such endurance that it's okay.

I know right. I meant that there is no purpose on defragging an SSD by yourself and yeah, Windows often defrags it smartly (to not make your drive write/read more than enough). You will make your drive write/read for no reason if you DIY even though the lifetime is longer now.

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ReeseGG

Although the video quality was lacking, I found some of the info useful. 

Thanks for trying to help.

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PreacherZ01

do NOT defrag an SSD - you'll just kill it. it doesn't read/write like a regular HDD as it doesn't create 'sectors' - no matter what you read about it being fine etc. WIN 10 optimizes it to run at its best - thus it'll never need a defrag.

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