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Seems to be a bad FPS rate fluctuation since last patch effecting Nvidia GTX1070 cards. I had no issues with fps running 120-200 plus FPS, now its jumping betwoeen 100 - 20 FPS and unplayable. Tried it all. Reinstalled the game, reinstalled Windows, reinstalled the Nvidia driver, even over clocked the video card to compensate. Nothing. Benching the card and other games are all fine. Running very fast on ultra settings fine. World of Warships, something is up since last patch. VERY BAD graphics issue. On my main system, running a GTX 2070, issue is not as bad, though it does drop below 120FPS at times, but jumping is not as bad as the 1070 system. Its nott he systems as they are 8 core (8 thread) and 12 core (24 thread) with 16GB and 32GB ram respectively. Both Windows 10. The GTX 2070 system is running on a AMD Ryzen 9 3900X, so to have FPS issues should NOT be happening as it runs some high intense games over 300FPS plus on max settings. World of warships lately can bring it down. And the GTX1070 system, brings it to a crawl. Question is why? Was not an issue before. Benching the system, and video card and system is off the charts fantastic for any game out there. Hopefully a fix will be in the next update. IT IS NOT YOUR SYSTEM. ITS THE GAME.
There is an issue with NVIDIA Updater intermittently crashing the game. The issue has been going on for over a year. Work around: If WoWS crashes check to see if green NVIDIA icon is in task bar. If it is right click then hit exit. I disable NVIDIA automatic update, and every time I enable it to see if it is fixed it isn't. This work around has worked for dozen of people I have played with. I sure wish WoWS would fix the intermittent issue with Gforce Experience NVIDIA Updater.