I contacted support about it, but they couldn't do much for me, so I went at it myself and after a couples of days of agonizing and painstacking trials and errors, I found the solution.
This is what I did at first...
I have checked every possible setting in game and out of the game... tried low settings, different settings, even on the GPU software 3D settings, checked and doubled checked everything including Taskmanager Processes/Services/SourceControl.
Rerolled drivers, reinstalled the game mulitple times, repaired mulitples times, updated punkbuster manually, more checking, increased page file and checked if it's not maxed multiple times, even more checking, shut down overlays and recording software and unnecessary services.
Updated BIOS to the latest version, removed unnecessary programs, files, cleaned computer multiple times, ran all sorts of cleaning programs, antivirus scans, malware scans and registry fixes, disabled antivirus.
Also checked fragmentation of HD's, checked and tested HD's condition, standarized CPU/GPU/Memory, overclocked CPU/GPU/Memory, underclocked CPU/GPU/Memory, used only 4 cores instead of 6.
Disabled VivoxVoice Service, checked internet connection consistency, checked all the connections made to and from my computer and deleted/disabled any unnecessary connections and last but not least, tried running it via GamerFirst Live, instead of Steam.
After all this, the situation was still the same, but I just couldn't give in. So...
After more checking, switching to a blank O/S and comparing the difference, I realized the HD was making too much data transfer noise and after checking, it was constantly writing data around at about 2 MB/s, wich I saw earlier, but I thought it was ok at first, but thought to go deeper in it, now that I noticed a difference with the other O/S.
It turned out that the indexing service was constantly hogging all the data, minimizing potential use and maximizing heat generated of the HD, creating a slower performance.
To prevent this...
I have checked solutions on the interweb and found out, it could be easlily stopped...
Follow these steps in orderly manor:
1. Disable the index options of a HD (go to windows explorer, rightclick on the HD and click "properties" and in the pop up, deselect the option saying something like "Allow content and properties to be indexed".
Do this for all HD's in use. Note that this may take a while, depending on the size of the HD).
2. Then disable the Windows Search service by pressing CTRL-SHIFT-ESCAPE (Windows Task Manager will pop up). Go to the "Services" Tab and press the "Services" button in the lower right corner.
Then search for the "Window Search" service and disable the service first by going to properties (right click and select "properties" and another pop up will appear).
Then go to the dialog window that says "Start up typ:" and set in the drop down menu to "Disabled" and then stop the service manually (this way it will prevent the service from restarting).
3. I also recommend deleting the used file "windows.edb" in the root "Program Data" folder. (After showing "hidden files" in folder options, this will be available), as it is not needed anymore.
To do this, you will need to go to "Control Panel" and then select "Appearance and Themes".
Then in the "Folder options" menu hit the "Show hidden files" button and another pop up will appear.
Then scroll down in the dialogue menu to "Hidden Files and Folders" and select "Show hidden Files, folders and Drives".
You are now set for optimal performance in Windows!!!
It will have no effect on the operation of the O/S itself, except for searches, but there are alternative and faster ways to do a search in windows, so this feature of windows is kinda obsolete, especially when not using it much, but disabling it has sincerely upped the games performance (also for other games and in general the performance of Windows).
So I finally have found the problem on my system concerning the inconsistent shocking in the game.
I thought to share this with you guys, so you know what to do, if this problem occurs with your system.
A happy wappy E ^^
P.s.: This works for Win7, but should also work for XP & Vista. Also confirmed to work for Win8
Edited by MistahE, 27 November 2012 - 02:03 AM.