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NR2003 FPS Drops After About 12-15 Minutes

Discussion in 'NR2003 Technical Helps' started by Dale Garrett, Aug 9, 2018.

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  1. Dale Garrett

    Dale Garrett Cold Pass Member

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    Hello all, I have a problem when watching races on NR. After about 12-15 minutes the FPS drops continuously as time goes on. It never recovers, no matter what track or what mod. My drivers are up to date. It is really frustrating because all I'd like to do is do a sim season, but cannot have races longer than 15 minutes without this issue. I've run out of ideas, as even on the graphics lowest settings it still behaves this way. Below are my specs:

    Graphics: GeForce GTX 750
    Processor/CPU: Intel Core i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz
    RAM: 10GB
    OS: Windows 10 64-Bit
    Motherboard: PEGATRON CORPORATION 2AD5 (SOCKET 0)

    Looking for any suggestions to help resolve this issue. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
     
  2. ti2blegrr

    ti2blegrr The Sam Kinison Of Hot Lapping

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    Sounds like you're running out of memory, make sure you don't have a bunch of programs running in the background.

    BTW, it's NASCAR Racing 2003 Season or NR2003, NR came out in 1998, I hope that's not the SIM you're trying to run.
     
  3. Dale Garrett

    Dale Garrett Cold Pass Member

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    Yes it is NR2003, sorry. And I already cleared any open apps also. Except for iRacing, which I use pretty frequently.
     
  4. garrett1127

    garrett1127 Co-Owner

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    Might be a heat issue with your vid card. longer it churns graphics, the hotter it gets, to a thermal break point then starts slowing down in a self preservation mode.