Bitch Pudding Mar 22, 2013 @ 4:14pm
Don't buy Deus Ex: Human Revolution if you have a NVidia 600M-680M series graphics card
Take it from me, you do NOT want this game with a Nvidia 600M series graphics card. I have a Nvidia 650M graphics card with 2GB of video memory, and no matter what I do, there is some problem or another that makes the game almost unplayable, be it screen tearing or HUGE input delays, or even massive stuttering while stafing and moving the camera simultaneously. My friend with a 680M experiences similar if not identical difficulties.
If this message doesn't apply to you, then go ahead and buy this game. But, if you DO have a 600M series, save yourself 20 bucks and buy something else instead. Perhaps the original Dues Ex.
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twig3721 Mar 22, 2013 @ 9:15pm 
Sorry, but I have to step in and say that I have a 670M and I have no trouble with this game. Don't let the Nvidia be the thing that discourages you from getting DX:HR. Is it guaranteed to work with everybody's system? Unfortunately, no. But there is no guarantee that it will not work with your Nvidia card. Plenty of people have no problem.

Just because one or two people had a problem doesn't mean everyone will.
Cloaked Figure Mar 23, 2013 @ 7:25pm 
I have a 680m on my laptop, use to have those problems but this fixed it for me.

http://steamcommunity.com/app/28050/discussions/0/864958088432524572/
Bitch Pudding Mar 23, 2013 @ 8:16pm 
I tried that as well, but while the stuttering disappeared, all of my inputs registered about half a second late. It was like I was controling the game via text message or something.
Marcus Annius Verus Mar 31, 2013 @ 3:59pm 
My laptop has a 660M and I can run HR at medium-high settings. If it matters, the CPU is an Intel i5 3210m.
Seawolf9er Apr 5, 2013 @ 8:31pm 
i got an intel core i7 3770k OC to 4.1 Ghz with an Asus GTX 660 Directcu ii 1020 mhz 2 gb card and the screen tearing if awful as well as a supper annoying flicker on the screen never happend on my 7970 so i think its ATI sticking in some bunk crap to make the game run on Nvidia based cards run like crap(No i am not a fan boy for Intel or Nvidia i own 2 platforms 1 AMD Gaming Rig and a Intel Gaming rig ) But game Runs like crap on my 660 Just Sayin
3770k
32 GB Ripjaws Z 1600 Mhz
GTX 660
256 GB SSD
3 TB Game Drive
500 GB My Book Back Up Drive
Corsair H100
ModXstream Pro 700w PSU =with the GTX 660 Mild Coil Whine
Cooler Master HAF-X
9 Case Fans
Drivers are up to date as well
Playable but .. Anoying
Sir Olfs Apr 6, 2013 @ 8:48am 
i have deus ex but i cant play. when i start the game dont show nothing.
Seawolf9er Apr 6, 2013 @ 8:49am 
well fixed mine Changed the MSAA to FXAA seems to have fixed it before never did .
What kind of hardware do you have ? and did you run the set up thing first ?
Rockhead Gaz Apr 8, 2013 @ 4:14pm 
Originally posted by Freeman's Crowbar:
I tried that as well, but while the stuttering disappeared, all of my inputs registered about half a second late. It was like I was controling the game via text message or something.

Do you have vsync enabled? I got terrible input lag with vsync on in this game.
Seawolf9er Apr 8, 2013 @ 5:12pm 
Originally posted by Rockhead Gaz:
Originally posted by Freeman's Crowbar:
I tried that as well, but while the stuttering disappeared, all of my inputs registered about half a second late. It was like I was controling the game via text message or something.

Do you have vsync enabled? I got terrible input lag with vsync on in this game.

I Did (Face Palm) Turned it off now runs everything maxed out with MSAA
Big Ups :D THX
AOD_metalseed Apr 8, 2013 @ 10:27pm 
I have an old 9800 and it ran just fine. Great game.
knukx Apr 18, 2013 @ 10:17am 
Originally posted by Freeman's Crowbar:
Take it from me, you do NOT want this game with a Nvidia 600M series graphics card. I have a Nvidia 650M graphics card with 2GB of video memory, and no matter what I do, there is some problem or another that makes the game almost unplayable, be it screen tearing or HUGE input delays, or even massive stuttering while stafing and moving the camera simultaneously. My friend with a 680M experiences similar if not identical difficulties.
If this message doesn't apply to you, then go ahead and buy this game. But, if you DO have a 600M series, save yourself 20 bucks and buy something else instead. Perhaps the original Dues Ex.
I had a 640M, and that worked fine.
Roler42 Apr 18, 2013 @ 10:50am 
Have you looked into any of the solutions to help you actually run the game properly? If other people with a 600M can play it, then you should try and see if you can
Nintonito May 8, 2013 @ 7:25pm 
jesus christ JUST PLUG YOUR LAPTOP in. I have a 660m and as long as it's plugged in it runs fine.
Commanduf May 9, 2013 @ 1:01am 
Actually all you do is go into the games registreys and change a certian value from 0 to 1 and it works fine, gets rid of the lag. Can't remember how or what the value is called though so just look it up on google.
Tjaranis May 19, 2013 @ 4:25am 
Originally posted by Conmanduf:
Actually all you do is go into the games registreys and change a certian value from 0 to 1 and it works fine, gets rid of the lag. Can't remember how or what the value is called though so just look it up on google.

not quite.. none of these suggestions here fixed it :/ still feels like there is 0,2-0,3 second delay on camera movement. really annoying
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