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Massive fps loss over time 300+ down to 90

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Dejii, May 23, 2019.

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  1. Dejii

    Dejii Thread Starter

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    Hey guys,

    Built my first PC about a year or so ago and I've been slowly upgrading over the months, but, I've had endless problems. From games crashing, massive fps drops, stuttering, and my utilization is often below 50% on my GPU and CPU while i game. I always keep drivers up to date, drives defragged and optimized. Water cooled, so temps are never an issue. Over time it seems like the more money i put in the worse my PC performs. It was tolerable at first but the past few days my frames have almost halved in most games and i have no idea why. Everything i know about computers i learned online, so, i'm sure i'm missing many things. I'm sick of friends with 1060s getting better performance, hopefully what i payed for can be saved, thanks!

    I've been told my best option is to do a full format and reinstall, any second opinions?

    After checking userbenchmark, i notice my ssd is terrible, could that be the main issue regarding fps drops?

    Example, csgo i normally had an average of 300-350 fps now im down to 100-150)

    SPECS https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/17099082

    Ryzen 5 2400g

    rtx 2070

    B350 Tomahawk

    24 gb of ram

    1 tb hdd

    1 (os) ssd 120gb

    OS w10 64 bit
     
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    cpu.JPG gpu.JPG

    These are the performance scores and power usage for your computer's processor and graphics card.
    I'm not a hardware/gaming expert, but it's my guess the processor prevents the graphics card from running at its full potential.

    I tend to agree with your friend.
    A "clean" reinstall of Windows 10 64-bit will give your computer a fresh start and breathe new life in it.

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