How to Fix - Call of Duty: Black Ops II - Lag / Slow Map Loading

Call of Duty Black Ops IICoD: Black Ops 2 runs well on most machines.

It doesn't require the newest, most powerful hardware and even an older graphics card / video card or CPU processor can handle it.

It works well on all Windows OS's -- Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 and even if you are using Steam.

So if your game is stuttering, frames are skipping, or you just have a low frame per second (FPS) rate, then it may not be your computer's fault.

-- Lower your resolution
-- Disable shadows in the game
-- Disable Sync Every Frame / VSYNC
-- Disable Ambient Occlusion
-- Set textures to Automatic
-- Update your video card drivers through the NVIDIA or ATI website (the current beta drivers work well)
So for single player and multiplayer users -- this will help. It will also help if when you are aiming down the sight of a gun and experience a drop in frame rate or even have some mouse input lag.

Many laptops and notebooks that are out there have two graphics card -- an integrated graphics card AND a dedicated graphics card -- that it switches between for conserving battery power. You can use the AMD ATI Catalyst Control Center or the NVIDIA Control Panel to solve the problem. Ensure that the dedicated card is being used instead of the integrated card. Check the "Global Settings" area.

Anyway, that's how you fix Call of Duty: Black Ops II lag!




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