Sorry to respond so late to my own thread, but I really have a lot going on at the moment. I know that that's no excuse to leave you guys hanging like that, but it was unintentional. I wasn't actually pointing a finger necessarily at Terratech though. I really don't think that it is. I was just saying that I had ruled out it being a hardware issue, and that it is only happening with unity-based games. Trust me it's NOT a hardware issue. I've worked with industrial electronics for many years, and have very good test equipment and even after I was satisfied that everything was good I then (just to ensure that I wouldn't end up with egg on my face) tried entirely different hardware. I have two other mainboards with the same chipset that I can drop my C drive into and not even have to load any new drivers (though I did try rolling back to previous versions). As well as 6 different sticks of RAM and 3 different graphics cards to choose from- and it will occur with any combination I've tried. I'm fairly sure it's a unity thing. I've been working on a project of my own for some time now, and am learning Unity to do it, so I'm thinking something is just carrying over to TT. I just mentioned it because I figure that surely I'm not the only one that has had this same thing happen, so maybe someone here knew what was causing it. Sorry for any confusion I caused in the process.
EDIT: Just realized I posted in the wrong place somehow (was looking through my updates, and grabbed the comment box on the wrong window) Just pretend this is in the other thread I guess.