Thread started by majorgame1 on Friday, 1:42pm February 5th with 19 replies. Views: 2,557
11:39am Feb 19th 16
Does this only happen on Call of Duty or does it happen on other games as well?
Contrary to popular belief the GTX 970 does not have 4GB of VRAM as it is advertised to have. It actually has 3.5GB of VRAM but that should not cause problems as 3.5GB of VRAM is enough for most games.
What you should try and do is uninstall your graphics drivers via device manager, restart your PC and then let them reinstall and then update your graphics drivers if need be via Nvidia GeForce Experience.
You could go the extra mile by removing your GPU from your Motherboard and ensure all slots are clear of dust. Motherboard and GPU.
Tinker with your game settings as well. Low, Medium, High, Epic, whatever your game is running on. Try tuning down shader detail or run the game on a lower setting than you are.
If problems persist tell me and I will look more in depth into video issues for you.