PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds low FPS

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Pengu

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Hello everyone

I was wondering what parts I can improve on to get better FPS in the game, right now it runs around 20-25 FPS on average but slows down to 5-10 when enemies are nearby or in inventory or while shooting.

I have the settings all on Low except shadows is very low and 1920x1080, thanks!

Here is my specs:

Radeon RX 460 - 2GB - GDDR5 - 1212 MHZ core clock (Running @ PCIEX 3.0)
AMD Athlon X4 - 845 Quad code - 3.5GHZ
120GB Kingston SSD
Kingston 2x4GB DDR3-1866 RAM
 

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These are the average benchmark scores for the processor and graphic card in your gaming rig.

You didn't provide a description of its motherboard and power supply.

Without knowing the "recommended" system requirements for the games that you play, it's unknown if your gaming rig's hardware is sufficient.

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These are the average benchmark scores for the processor and graphic card in your gaming rig.

You didn't provide a description of its motherboard and power supply.

Without knowing the "recommended" system requirements for the games that you play, it's unknown if your gaming rig's hardware is sufficient.

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Thank you Flavallee

I have a Thermaltake 450 watt power supply
Motherboard - Gigabyte F2A68HM-H
 

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The Gigabyte GA-F2A68HM-H motherboard comes in 2 revisions:
https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-F2A68HM-H-rev-10#ov (rev. 1.0)
https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-F2A68HM-H-rev-11#sp (rev. 1.1)
Both revisions support a maximum of 64 GB of DDR3 RAM.
Yours has only 8 GB, but I don't believe increasing it to 16 GB will improve anything.

These are the input/output specs for the Thermaltake 450W power supply.
It puts out 27 amps on the 12-volt rails, so it's probably sufficient.
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