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Queen's Wish stuttering [SOLVED]

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As soon as I open the game, I get a short freeze every 5-10 seconds no matter where I am (menu or in game). I've tried changing graphics options, resolution, windowed/full screen, etc. I've reinstalled the game multiple times, tried it on steam and off steam. I'm out of ideas for how to fix it. Does anyone know what's going on?

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Hello arbz,

 

Sorry to hear that you've been dealing with a problem like this.

 

This sounds like an odd issue, and there might be a number of possible causes. To help narrow things down a bit, could you please mention what system you are using, and the version number? Examples would be, say, Windows 10, or Mac OS 10.8.5. I don't have a feeling for what might be causing your problem just from your description alone, but knowing your system might help to shed some light on the issue!

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2 minutes ago, Ess-Eschas said:

Hello arbz,

 

Sorry to hear that you've been dealing with a problem like this.

 

This sounds like an odd issue, and there might be a number of possible causes. To help narrow things down a bit, could you please mention what system you are using, and the version number? Examples would be, say, Windows 10, or Mac OS 10.8.5. I don't have a feeling for what might be causing your problem just from your description alone, but knowing your system might help to shed some light on the issue!

 

I'm on Windows 10. I know it sounds like a strange problem, just hoping someone might have any idea how to fix it.

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Some more helpful info you can give us:

 

4. For graphics issues, please state your graphics setup (monitor, graphics card, CPU, etc.)

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Graphics Card: 8GB GDDR6 NVIDIA® GeForce RTX 2070

Processor: Intel Core i7-9750H (2.6-4.5GHz 12MB Cache)

24" 144hz monitor

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Okay, yeah, so those are definitely adequate.

 

This is a little puzzling.  Do you have anything else running?  This means (a) other applications open, or (b) anything installed that is active in the background.

 

If you hit Ctrl-Alt-Del, and pick Task Manager, you can see a list of all this stuff.  Worth checking to see if anything there looks off -- OR if anything shows a sudden spike in CPU or Memory usage every 5-10 seconds.

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