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performance problem please Help!!!!

Discussion in 'Games' started by yassirElkhaili, Aug 4, 2017.

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  1. yassirElkhaili

    yassirElkhaili Thread Starter

    Jun 5, 2017
    Hi i have a very big performance problem, recently i bought a new gaming laptop:
    Graphics: nvidia Gtx 1050 4gb vram/ intel hd graphics 640
    ram: 8g ddr4
    processor: i7 7700 HQ

    The problem is when i play a game the fps i always down and horrible i play minecraft at 120 fps and cs go also 120 fps (keeps going up and down) my friends who has the same graphics card plays these games at 400 fps average( he owns a desktop) i don't know if this is happening because of my 2 graphics card or because my pc has an fps limit because of the bloatware installed i don't know what is causing this performance problem please help !!!! THANKS IN ADVANCE :cry:
  2. metallica5456

    metallica5456 Trusted Advisor

    Apr 1, 2013
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    Don't worry about it. You won't see ANY visual gain over the difference. The human eye cannot register above some where around 70-90 FPS anyway. Anything above 100 is overkill anyway because you wouldn't know it unless you used a software to measure the FPS.
  3. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

    May 12, 2002
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    The Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor has an Intel HD Graphics 630 integrated graphic device.

    These are the benchmark scores for them and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 dedicated graphic device.



    You didn't provide the brand name and model name and model number of that laptop.

    Since you're using it for gaming, you should consider increasing the amount of RAM from 8 GB to 16 GB.

  4. HyperHenry


    Aug 1, 2017
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    The difference between your laptop and your friends PC experience might be due to power. Your GPU requires 20-40 watts which might be more than your PSU is delivering.
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