FIFA 17 - PC Discussion

Discussion in 'FIFA' started by Placebo, 13 September 2016.

  1. Xav1

    Xav1 Barcamanmessi

    11 June 2013
    Lol u Must be kidding. No less than ten ppl have complained about button lag in the pc demo. Go to the other fifa 17 thread. Also check the official forums. also check Twitter
     
  2. Sami 1999

    Sami 1999 Noob

    28 June 2015
    I am complaining mostly about LoD.

    I play with dynamic camera and from there the LoDs are awful: Player heads look bloky, and most annoyingly the clothes dont move at all.

    And about gameplay, I complained about only the delay while passing the ball. Enough to make the game worse.

    Anyway, since you played it- is the delay of passing more than fifa 16? And does the players takes more time to turn aroubd/dribble compared to Fifa 16?

    Thanks in advance and cheers :D (Btw yu arent worthy enough to understand High LoDs. Tell me, does the cloth move in pro camera? No? Then its barely medium LoD ;) )

    Btw, is it true that the game is limited to 1080p? If its true then I'm pretty sure that EA won't fix it in full version. They might make it worse (like they removed ultrawide support in fifa 16 full version)
     
  3. Sami 1999

    Sami 1999 Noob

    28 June 2015
    What's the spec of yur Pc? A Gtx 960 should be able to handle fifa just fine in medium 1080p no lod mod.
     
  4. Sami 1999

    Sami 1999 Noob

    28 June 2015
    Really? So I just put the settings.ini in data folder and boom? Wait, iis there any regenrator yet?
     
  5. angus

    angus Premiership

    23 November 2010
    Sorry but what are you going on about here? You asked if people were experiencing button delay. I replied to your question and said no, so... obviously it has something to do with your PC and not the game. If you didn't want people to reply, don't post questions, jesus.
     
    Last edited: 18 September 2016
  6. angus

    angus Premiership

    23 November 2010
    i7 GTX960 16gbram I play on ultra settings, no lag, no button delay, everything is babybum smooth.
     
  7. Xav1

    Xav1 Barcamanmessi

    11 June 2013
    I am not the only one speaking of the button delay issue. THERE Is a reason why they patched the game on XB1. Responsiveness is a problem WHICH has been fixed thereafter. Im experiencing what many others are. How you are on PC and not feeling the delay is interesting because it is clearly present. If PC gets a patch like the XB1 we'll know for sure. But do some digging and youll see its not a hardware problem
     
  8. Xav1

    Xav1 Barcamanmessi

    11 June 2013
    i did want replies.. relax lol
     
  9. chiefrocka4real

    chiefrocka4real Champions League

    30 August 2013
    Munich
    many :)
    Sry, maybe there is a fix I have missed, but my demo crashes after the "press start" menu.
    Settings are on 1920 × 1080 and everything on auto.
    Then I tried details on low and I came to the controller setting, it didn't crash.
    Couldn't try the game though as Mrs came in.
    So I can't run this game on high details?
    You gotta be kidding me.
    i7 4790K
    AMD Radeon R9 290 4GB
    8 GB RAM
     
  10. angus

    angus Premiership

    23 November 2010
    My understanding is some Radeon users have had issues with the game crashing. Maybe do a search and see if people have come up with any solutions.

    Here's one video...
     
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  11. chiefrocka4real

    chiefrocka4real Champions League

    30 August 2013
    Munich
    many :)
    Thx, yeah I'll do so.
     
  12. jammiedodger

    jammiedodger Premiership

    26 February 2009
    Derbyshire
    England
    No button delay here either.

    Game settings 1920 x 1080, Auto rendering, Auto MSAA, Lock to 60fps

    Running on an i5 2500k, WIN10, 16gig ram, gtx 770 sc.
     
  13. Sami 1999

    Sami 1999 Noob

    28 June 2015
    To any dude who's getting button lags, the possible solutions are:

    1)Do not lock to 60fps in game or the game will be locked to 30fps in cutscenes etc.

    2)Set it to no limit.

    3) Force Vsync through driver.

    4) Open Nvidia inspector or Radeonpro and set FPS limit to 60 or whatever the refresh rate of your monitor/ ur game is usin.

    Note: The last step reduces the button delay. While I haven't tried it myself on fifa 17, but I had button lag on fifa 16 which only happened when forcing Vsync. So if you force vsync- you have to set Fps limit aswell or the game might have button lag.
     
  14. Xav1

    Xav1 Barcamanmessi

    11 June 2013
    Finally got all lag to disappear. Put lock to 60fps. Vsync on in nvidia control panel. Put screen sleep = 32 in cl.ini. Put 'render_every_frame = 1 in same file. Put on medium settings. I now have 3d grass again and no button lag. lol omg
     
  15. Chuny

    Chuny GFX MOD Staff

    As far as I know, CL.INI doesn't do a thing in FIFA 17. The game won't read that file.
     
  16. Xav1

    Xav1 Barcamanmessi

    11 June 2013
    Sorry I meant fifasetup.ini
     
  17. Xav1

    Xav1 Barcamanmessi

    11 June 2013
    And yes the cl.ini does work as I've put the demo time extender in that file and it works flawlessly
     
  18. Chuny

    Chuny GFX MOD Staff

    Really? I honestly thought everything belonged in the locale.ini file.
     
  19. Placebo

    Placebo Ԁlɐɔǝqo

    3 May 2003
    La Manga Del Mar Menor, Spain.
    Sheffield Wednesday
    Angus you finally ditched your
    Aha good news! I meant to test that but forgot.
     
  20. Chuny

    Chuny GFX MOD Staff

    This didn't work for me.
    Setting the game to "No limit on FPS", makes the game stuttery at times.Not smooth at all. Even after setting VSync ON in both RadeonPRO and AMD Catalyst tool that comes with the gfx card driver, and also locking the FPS at 60 in RadeonPRO. Even tried Double VSync. Strange.

    But I'm facing a bigger issue. My GFX Card seems to overheat too much with FIFA 17 and it makes my PC reboot after a couple of minutes playing a match. Usually during cinematics (after scoring a goal, etc). Really strange.

    I used to play FIFA 16 at 2560x1440, with ULTRA LOD, and with my GFX MOD, no problem. Everything ran smoothly.

    But now I get these reboots that are driving me crazy. I can't confirm it's my gfx card overheating, but there would be no other reason I think. And that happens when playing at normal 1920x1080 (ULTRA details) screen resolution, nothing out of the ordinary.
     
  21. Placebo

    Placebo Ԁlɐɔǝqo

    3 May 2003
    La Manga Del Mar Menor, Spain.
    Sheffield Wednesday
    Use MSI afterburner to show the GPU temps during a game, iirc you said you're gaming in a laptop? You should put one of those cooler stands under the laptop, if you are on a desktop just take the front of the PC, should see temps drop at least 10c.
     
  22. Chuny

    Chuny GFX MOD Staff

    No, no... no Laptop. Desktop Computer. Never brought me any troubles (except when playing Batman Arkham Knight, but that was a faulty optimized game). So it's really strange this is happening with FIFA, specially considering I played FIFA 16 with everything at the highest level possible AND SweetFX+ReShade when tend to take everything a little closer to the limit, and never had a single issue.
     
  23. angus

    angus Premiership

    23 November 2010
    Fidel stated the cl ini file does not work, and I have tested it as well and Fidel is correct. Place your demo extender codes in the locale ini, it works there.
     
  24. angus

    angus Premiership

    23 November 2010
    ...6 year old laptop? Yes I did, playing FIFA at 20 FPS just wasn't doing it for me ha.
     
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  25. chiefrocka4real

    chiefrocka4real Champions League

    30 August 2013
    Munich
    many :)
    Thx again for the video...also found fixes with the same thing.

    God but I don´t wanna touch my graphics driver at all!
    I had so many blue screens with different drivers and now I use catalyst 15.7 and it runs smooth.
    I´m scared to try another one now just for this game...
     
  26. angus

    angus Premiership

    23 November 2010
    I wouldn't do that either. I played FIFA 15 for the year using my default nvidia driver from 2011. If I updated the driver, the game would stutter. But that was an old rig so I didn't mind much, I just wouldn't do it on a new machine.
     
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  27. Sami 1999

    Sami 1999 Noob

    28 June 2015
    It seems like radeonpro Vsync forcing doesn't work with Fifa 17. In Fifa 16 I just forced vsync through Nvidia driver. So can anyone confirm if Nvidia cards can force Vsync in fifa 17? Or is it suffering the same problems.

    Anyway, I always get stutters with Vsync Off because thats how it is. Hate screen tears and stutters.

    And, whats your GPU? When I played Fifa 13 on my laptop- the game slows down badly when Gpu overheats, but never bsod or rebooted.

    So I am guessing its and optimization issue. Did yu try the old Catalyst drivers? Does it crash even without reshade dlls?
     
  28. Sami 1999

    Sami 1999 Noob

    28 June 2015
    This is the Proof that Nvidia intentionally degrades the performance of their older cards in their new drivers to give an illusion that the Gpu aged more than it should. Just like how 700 series got screwed with new drivers.


    I can confirm this with Amd cards too. When I updated my 2009 catalyst driver to the new 2013 catalyst driver- Fifa 11-13 started to stutter when Gpu gets a bit hot. Rolled back to default drivers and what do you know- the game didnt stutter again unless severely overheated. [Tested GPU: ATi Mobility Radeon HD 3840]
     
  29. Sami 1999

    Sami 1999 Noob

    28 June 2015
    Put Lock to 60 fps? This makes the cutscenes choppy ass hell because of 30 fps lock. In hell with that.
     
  30. Placebo

    Placebo Ԁlɐɔǝqo

    3 May 2003
    La Manga Del Mar Menor, Spain.
    Sheffield Wednesday
    LOL that's funny I started that reply to you, got distracted and forgot all about it! I like your answer :) Guess the saved draft sneaked in when I quoted someone!
     

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