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  1. Hi all, Do you notice the occasional "stuttering" / "hiccups" / "Temporary FPS drops" during the battle in game? I have Intel i7 with 16GB RAM, nVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB RAM and 1920x1200 60 HZ monitor. I have everything set to MAX (together with AntiAliasing turned ON inside the game). I have VSync turned OFF together with" Tripple Buffering" OFF as well and my FPS are locked to 60 Hz (both in game in "engine_config.xml" and in nVIDIA "Control Panel"). Game is buttery smooth most of the time but from time to time I notice occasional "stuttering" / "hiccups" / "Temporary FPS drops"... Sometimes this is connected to lost of action but many times this happens by simply selecting "O" (for "Select Priority AA Sector") for example or by introduction of enemy ships to the game (previous unseen)... Do you guys experience the same thing? BTW, here are screenshots of my CPU / RAM / GPU usage - as it can clearly be seen they are all NOWHERE near 100% usage ever... GPU: CPU: RAM: Leo "Apollo11" P.S. The tool used is the SysInternal's "Process Explorer" but other tools (including the ones build in "Windows 10" or the "MSI Afterburner") show the same. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/process-explorer
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