I'm posting this again because my first post "vanished" after editing it. I'm sorry if it appears as a duplicate. In that case please delete the other one and NOT this one.
Hello. As the title suggests I am currently facing a mouse stutter issue when playing BF1. I can see it when I look around and I see my weapon and the character's hands stutter when turning instead of doing a smooth turn. It is also noticeable when zooming with a sniper scope and looking around with a high sensitivity. Also I feel that my muscle memory is being annoyed since I turn my mouse a certain distance but that distance doesn't correspond correctly with the distance in-game.
My FPS never falls below 60 with an average of 65-70 at Ultra settings (my refresh rate is 75Hz) and my specs are:
NVIDIA GTX 980M 4GB
Intel i7-6700HQ @3.6 GHz
16GB DDR4 RAM
Everything is running on an SSD
Also, in the NVIDIA control panel I have set it to "Prefer Maximum Performance".
Things I've tried so far but didn't work:
Here's what my conclusion is so far. This stutter happens ONLY with BF1 and BF4 but NOT with Rainbow Six: Siege. This rules out a hardware problem. Both Battlefield games must have something in common that screws everything up and that "something" is Origin. That's what they have in common. Another indicator that Origin might be going crazy is the fact that the Origin overlay doesn't work. I've tried disabling it and re-enabling it but it still won't work.
Any ideas? I'll post a Dxdiag file as well in case someone wants to check it out.
Are you experiencing this also in the single player? This could exclude a network problem.
First I would try resetting the games settings by renaming/deleting the settings folder in C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\Documents\Battlefield 1\settings
I would then suggest ruling out any third party software by playing after a clean boot:
@ConstantinusXP A clean boot is not the same as clean installing. It's temporarily turning off all third party things that run in the background to see if any interfere, you can turn them back on afterwards.
@Carbonic Oops, sorry I read that wrong and I thought it was saying "clean install". Ok I'll give clean boot a try and I'll report back.
@Carbonic Just finished troubleshooting in clean boot. Nothing changed. It's still stuttering. One thing I noticed though is that if I set mu sensitivity to 25% instead of 20% in the game menu the mouse feels like it should feel. It doesn't fix the stuttering but it feels right.
Any more ideas?
I accidentally recorded my mic too so you might hear some birds in the back ground.
Anyway, here you go https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_R0n1-3yc1aTnQ2a3R1SDlGME0
Notice my weapon how it stutters.
Thank you for all your help so far.