EDIT: Summary 27/09/2982 Seems to be that all levels of system specs and both green and red teams having similar issues so I think we can forget the idea of this being limited to one group of system setups. We haven't had much in the way of concrete fixes either but these seem to be best: NVIDIA: Force vsync off to improve responsiveness. Cap your FPS to 60 (or whatever) using nvidia inspector if you're having heat issues. ATI: Use RadeonPro to force vsync off and cap fps to 60 (or whatever) My RadeonPro settings (worked for me, maybe not for you) AF x16, Flip Queue 0, vsync always on (double vsync) without triple buffering, disable aero, force process high prio, enable overdrive and 'always use highest perfomance clocks while gaming' Some users reporting that this helps. Can't hurt to try. === Original Post === Hi all. If you could please post your system specs and also a brief description of any slow downs or responsiveness issues that you're having with PES on the PC. Or if you're one of the lucky ones, brag about how awesome everything works! I've heard some anecdotal accounts of the game playing better or worse on different machines and maybe we could figure out the determining factor. Anyone who remembers the INTEL vs AMD situation from a couple of years ago should see the potential value of this. I'll go first. OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1 CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.3Ghz GPU: HD6870 Native Resolution: 1980x1080 - tested many others Drivers tested: 13.9 WHQL, 13.10 BETA Sept 4th RAM: 4GB Other info: Tested various ways of forced vsync etc. Issues: Button lag, slow downs and stutters in spite of maintaining 60fps. Generally very poor responsiveness.