Solved Strange game physics & display problem. HELP PLEASE!!!

Jan 8, 2021
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I am not sure what it is but it seems like some problem with graphics or physics engine. It happens in PES 2021, Ghost Recon Wildlands, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Outer Wilds, Unturned, Raft...Not sure the others.

Here is my Specs:

OS: Win 10 Home 64-bit
CPU: AMD Ryzen 2700X
RAM: HyperX Predator 2x8GB DDR4 3200MHz
GPU: Gigabyte AORUS Geforce RTX 3060 ti Master 8G
MB: Gigabyte X470 AORUS Ultra Gaming
SSD: WD Black 500GB High-Performance NVMe PCIe Internal SSD - M.2 2280
PSU: Antec HCG 750 Gold

I used to play Wildlands two years ago and Odyssey a year ago and they were fine. I was using AMD Radeon RX590 at the time.

Recently, i find out most of the games from Ubisoft and games which are using game engine Unity are not working properly. I thought it was the problem with GPU, so I bought a new RTX 3060 ti, trying to upgrade and avoiding AMD Radeon. But it does not solve the problem.

Here's what I tried so far:

Updated the OS to newest version (Windows 10 20H2)

Clean installed the updated Geforce display card driver

Re-installed programs like VCRedist, old version of DirectX (from Ghost Recon Wildlands support folder)

I have the default setting in my NVIDIA control panel, CPU is not overclocked (CPU-Z), the GPU is not overclocked(GPU-Z), system temperature is normal (Hwmonitor), Bios is up to date, verified the games several times.

Here are some recording from several games:

Ghost Recon Breakpoint
View: https://youtu.be/fJ87DFP9hCQ

View: https://youtu.be/CIUfXhYgFaE


Assassin's Creed Valhalla
View: https://youtu.be/p3aljgiyQfM


Ghost Recon Wildlands
View: https://youtu.be/L7jZWVPb8l0


Assassin's Creed Odyssey
View: https://youtu.be/7XB6rZMkfIE

View: https://youtu.be/spUhsCVzUMk


PES 2021
View: https://youtu.be/ZI0LY5lAz0U


It seems that it does not happen in those games with Unreal Engine 4, like Squad, Astroneer and Medieval Dynasty. Would anyone suggest a solution please?
 

Kaamos_Llama

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That is weird. I would think that physics is handled by the CPU, but you have other graphical glitches going on too.

Only things I can think of are updating motherboard to latest BIOS and maybe trying the GPU in the second PCI-E slot.

Hopefully someone else has some direct experience with something similar or some other ideas in general.
 

Zloth

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It looks to me like numbers are just getting made wrong. Something with velocity 0 suddenly has a velocity, for instance.

Try doing a memory test. Windows has one built in now, just type memory test into the search and you'll find it. Or maybe the CPU's floating point calculations are returning completely wrong answers one in a million times? There's probably a testing program for that out there somewhere.
 
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Kaamos_Llama

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MIght it be unstable RAM i that case? Could it would be worth turning off XMP in BIOS and seeing if that helped? XMP settings dont always work at stock, but I wuuldnt have expected those kind of results
 
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MIght it be unstable RAM i that case? Could it would be worth turning off XMP in BIOS and seeing if that helped? XMP settings dont always work at stock, but I wuuldnt have expected those kind of results
Thanks for reply. I tried to turn off XMP and it doesn't help. OS and some other games and programs are working fine, not all of them. Anyway, I change the CPU with a 3700X and everything is working fine now. I am not 100% sure but I think there is some problem with the CPU.

Thanks for the help.:)
 
Jan 8, 2021
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It looks to me like numbers are just getting made wrong. Something with velocity 0 suddenly has a velocity, for instance.

Try doing a memory test. Windows has one built in now, just type memory test into the search and you'll find it. Or maybe the CPU's floating point calculations are returning completely wrong answers one in a million times? There's probably a testing program for that out there somewhere.
Memory is working fine with memtest. I got another pair of HyperX Fury 2x8GB DDR4 3200MHz and the issue is the same. Eventually, I think it is the CPU and buy a new one. Fixed. Thanks for the help. ;)
 
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