How to fix the DirectX error in Call of Duty: WWII


Some players encountered a DirectX error when playing Call of Duty: WWII (see screenshot below)

This error means insufficient voltage of the video chip. This is due to a lack of voltage GPU, as factory settings are low and the graphics card can not cope with game loads. This problem can be solved with MSI AfterBurner 2.3.1 Final. It’s worth saying that this solution does not help on the laptop.

If you are one of these players, here are the steps that can help you:

  1. Open MSI AfterBurner.
  2. At the bottom of the interface, click the Advanced Settings button.
  3. In the window that opens, check the following: “Unlock Voltage Control” “Unlock Voltage Monitoring”
  4. Click “OK” and restart the program pressing “YES”.
  5. In the first window of the “Core Voltage (mV)” slider, increase the voltage by 12 units. An example with a GeForce GTX 570 graphics card is from 1013mV to 1025mV. It is possible to set more, but it’s enough. If you’ll experiment and increase, then look at the temperature of the video card.
  6. Fix the settings with the “Apply” button.

Now the problem must be solved. Enjoy the game without freezing and crashing at high settings!

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