Deus Ex: Human Revolution

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ganggaming25 | road to GE Apr 8, 2014 @ 12:56pm
fps issue
i am getting around 15-20 fps in the game hubs and around 25-30 indores my pc specs are
intel i7-3610QM @ 2.30 GHz
i have 13 gigabites of ram
an nvidia geforce 635M
my operating system is windows 8.1
yes i am playing on a laptop and all the setting are on low
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murph Apr 8, 2014 @ 2:19pm 
According to this ( http://www.notebookcheck.net/Deus-Ex-Human-Revolution-Benchmarks.64144.0.html ) you should be getting 46 fps on high settings at 1366x768 (
DX11, Shadows, SSAO, DOF: Normal, Post Processing, Tessellation
4xAF Simple Edge AA)

What resolution is your monitor?
Version of Nvidia driver? New driver seems to have some issues at least with DC, so could have same issues with the original.
Any other games give you as bad of performance or is this the only game?
And I don't think you have 13gb of ram, that might be your total including virtual/HD-provided RAM.
ganggaming25 | road to GE Apr 9, 2014 @ 2:29am 
Originally posted by murph:
According to this ( http://www.notebookcheck.net/Deus-Ex-Human-Revolution-Benchmarks.64144.0.html ) you should be getting 46 fps on high settings at 1366x768 (
DX11, Shadows, SSAO, DOF: Normal, Post Processing, Tessellation
4xAF Simple Edge AA)

What resolution is your monitor?
Version of Nvidia driver? New driver seems to have some issues at least with DC, so could have same issues with the original.
Any other games give you as bad of performance or is this the only game?
And I don't think you have 13gb of ram, that might be your total including virtual/HD-provided RAM.
my monitors resolutrion is 1600x900 and my ingame resolution is the lowist i cant remember what it is
my drivers are all up to date
this game payday 2 (fixed that but it used to) and titanfall
well my dxdiag says i have 13 gb but when i open task maniger and go to the performance it says i have 11 gbs of ram
murph Apr 9, 2014 @ 8:50am 
Ok, there's a lot of things that it COULD be, but I'm just throwing out what I can think of.

Go into your Nvidia settings and disable Vsync. With it off, see if you get any improvement with the in-game setting for Vsync either on or off.

Also, you could try the registry fix. Click Start Menu - Type in "regedit.exe"
Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Eidos\Deus Ex: HR
Set "D3D11_CREATE_DEVICE_PREVENT_INTERNAL_TH­READING_OPTIMIZATIONS" to 1, and save

Another thing it could be is an issue with your on-board graphics card (assuming you have) not switching over to your 635m when you go in-game. Re-run Deus Ex setup where you choose the primary graphics card and make sure its the Nvidia 635m. If this doesn't work, you can also try going into your BIOS and directly disabling the on-board graphics.


If none of these work, I'd check your hardware temperatures and usage just to see if there isn't a problem with overheating or your CPU/GPU being taxed to the limit - may help narrow down the problem if none of these fixes work.

Also, if nothing else works try rolling back your Nvidia drivers to the last full version.
Last edited by murph; Apr 9, 2014 @ 9:01am
ganggaming25 | road to GE Apr 9, 2014 @ 10:40am 
Originally posted by murph:
Ok, there's a lot of things that it COULD be, but I'm just throwing out what I can think of.

Go into your Nvidia settings and disable Vsync. With it off, see if you get any improvement with the in-game setting for Vsync either on or off.

Also, you could try the registry fix. Click Start Menu - Type in "regedit.exe"
Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Eidos\Deus Ex: HR
Set "D3D11_CREATE_DEVICE_PREVENT_INTERNAL_TH­READING_OPTIMIZATIONS" to 1, and save

Another thing it could be is an issue with your on-board graphics card (assuming you have) not switching over to your 635m when you go in-game. Re-run Deus Ex setup where you choose the primary graphics card and make sure its the Nvidia 635m. If this doesn't work, you can also try going into your BIOS and directly disabling the on-board graphics.


If none of these work, I'd check your hardware temperatures and usage just to see if there isn't a problem with overheating or your CPU/GPU being taxed to the limit - may help narrow down the problem if none of these fixes work.

Also, if nothing else works try rolling back your Nvidia drivers to the last full version.
i did all the fixes you said and now my fps is even lower and my pc is not hot so idk why im getting performance issues well im gona upgrade my pc in a month so il just wait until then thanks a lot for trying to help
murph Apr 9, 2014 @ 10:52am 
No prob. Sorry you couldn't find a solution
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