N/APosted on - 05/29/2014
I'm running the new Watch Dogs game with my GeForce GTX 780 TI. I am encountering crashes and my computer will suddenly restart in the middle of the game. How can I fix this and how to run this game in Ultra? I hope someone here can help me since the Watch Dogs forums are overflowing with such issues that this game is presently encountering. Thanks.
How to run the Watch Dogs in Ultra and fix crashes issues?
You are right! Watch Dogs is really pulling much attention from gamers since it was launched. And everyone is going crazy with it since a lot are experiencing issues. Also, this is one of the top video games for this year. And since the release of the game, gamers are eager to run it on their high end PCs. However, it can run Ultra on mid-range GPUs, according to the developer of Ubisoft. It will run best with GeForce GTX 670 which is considered as a mid-range graphics card.
Also, this GTX 670 comes with a suitable punch because of the GK104 core architecture thus it can bring the finest frame rates for the game. Better GPUs will have better performance for gamers with higher resolutions and configured multi-monitor. It is listed that the requirements for running Watch Dogs in Ultra is, at least a GTX 780 with Intel i7 3.5ghz. Remember that GPU is not the only thing to consider. You also need to have an updated system hardware.
Now, if your game crashes randomly, try to unplug the gamepad and start the game. And then try re-plugging it. If this won't work, disable the SLI or the crossfire in your graphics card. Also, ensure that your system meets the system requirements and you have updated drivers.