Okay, so I have no idea when this started to happen or why, but when I first was using Unreal Engine everything was fine; framerate in some levels was less than stellar but my harddrive was due for a reformatting. Anyway, after about a week or two, there were some strange green flickers every so often in my display. I thought that was just a bug with the rendering that would be patched up soon enough. But unfortunately that never happened, and now Unreal Engine has gotten to an unuseable state. To show what I mean, I recorded a video with my phone:
[EDIT] And if the video player isn’t working for whatever reason (tends to happen to me for some reason} here’s a direct link instead: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yk1boyaff_k
As illustrated in the video, I enter the map, do absolutely nothing, and the graphics expodentially start to eat themselves until the entire editor just breaks down and my display driver kicks the bucket. Let it be known this didn’t happen initially when using UE4; this only happened within the last week.
For reference, my specs are as follows:
GPU: NVidia 660 GTX
CPU: Intel i7 (pre-sandybridge}
RAM: 3 2GB Kingston cards (6GB total… probably not enough? Should be}
DETAILED GPU INFORMATION:
I’m wondering if anyone has any idea what could be causing this, or how I can get to the source of the problem. Thanks!