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Jul 27, 2020
Hi my system configuration is
CPU:Ryzen 5 1600
GPU: gigabyte Vega 64 oc edition
Ram 16hb(2x8)@3000mhz
Mother board: gigabyte ab350 gaming 3
PSU:700 watt
So the problem is I am not getting a decent FPS in the GTA 5 and AAA titles. I am getting FPS in 1080p like other people in the YouTube getting same FPS in the 1440p.
Please help
Jul 10, 2020
Hey there, bruce459,
Here are a few things you should try out:

1) Go to Control Panel - All Control Panel Items - Power Options and then select "High performance".
If you don't find it, Press "Show additional plans" and you should see it.

2) Go to Control Panel - All Control Panel Items - System
Once there, navigate to the left side where it says "Advanced system settings" and click that.
After that, go to "advanced" and to the performance settings.
Now chose "Adjust for best performance" and optionally tick "Smooth edges of screen fonts" and "show thumbnails instead of icons"
Click Apply and OK

3) Press the windows key + R and type temp and afterwards click OK. Delete everything in the folder that comes up.
Do the same with %temp%
don't worry, you do not need these files :)

4) go to Settings - Privacy and optionally set everything to "off" (microphone, camera, etc.)
If you want to leave something turned on, just keep it on

5) uninstall unnecessary programs

6) lower the in-game graphical settings

I Hope that helps! :D
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Aug 27, 2003

I've edited your post to remove number 5 and renumbered the rest because we don't support the use of registry cleaners, system optimizers or boosters as mentioned in the site rules where it reads:
Please do not recommend running registry cleaners and/or system optimizers. The staff at Tech Support Guy generally recommend that registry "cleaners" not be used because many of the "errors" shown in scan results are actually incorrect or "false" detections and "fixing" them may cause serious problems. Some resulting issues can appear immediately while others may only become evident months or even years later when you discover that you can't uninstall a program or software you haven't used for a while doesn't work properly. Furthermore, fixing any "real" errors or attempting to optimize the system by tweaking it won't result in any significant gains in space on the hard drive and/or performance so it's best to simply avoid using these types of programs.
Therefore, please refrain from recommending their use in the future.

Also, I see you created an account previously under the name Jack88393 on the same day as this one which you never used. Whey then did you create a second account? We don't allow users to have more than one account so shall I just deletd the Jack88393 one?
Jul 10, 2020
I'm sorry about that, I did not know. Thanks for advising me about the problems I might face after installing such programs. I also don't remember why i created a second account but you can delete the jack88393 one :)
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