Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...
furriousbeardshow

Fps issues with 5.7

Recommended Posts

My setup is about as close as you can get to yours, (i5 4670k oc 4.2, 1070ti, 32gigs of ram) and Im seeing the same increases everyone else is seeing, How are your CPU temps? I'm wondering if your cpu is throttling due to heat.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

So here's what I've found. (This was done with 1 chrome window open to type down these notes and the task manager to follow the performance.)

Basic quality w/ all settings at 0 or OFF:

  • At in game Home screen: CPU 7% GPU 7%
  • Campaign World: CPU 11% GPU 19%
  • FPS between 30-44

Medium Quality w/ settings 0 or OFF.

  • Home screen: Same as basic
  • Campaign: CPU 12% GPU 22%
  • FPS between 28-50

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Running 1920x1080 windowed fullscreen on medium quality here.
- No clouds
- Draw distance at 800

Specs: GTX 1070 TI, i5-8600k, 16 GB RAM

Constant FPS of 100 outside of combat (Capped them there, can go up to 130-140 if I don't).
GPU Load around 65%
GPU Temps around 70 degrees celsius

CPU Load around 40-45%
CPU Temps around 50 degrees celsius

Using MSI afterburner to track load and temps (and to set up a custom fan curve so GPU starts cooling sooner). Task Manager gives same GPU and CPU load results.

Looks like you CPU and GPU are somehow held back, but I'm not a techie and have no idea why.
Have you compared CPU and GPU load in other games?

Edited by Koerpermilch

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
50 minutes ago, Koerpermilch said:

Running 1920x1080 windowed fullscreen on medium quality here.
- No clouds
- Draw distance at 800

Specs: GTX 1070 TI, i5-8600k, 16 GB RAM

Constant FPS of 100 outside of combat (Capped them there, can go up to 130-140 if I don't).
GPU Load around 65%
GPU Temps around 70 degrees celsius

CPU Load around 40-45%
CPU Temps around 50 degrees celsius

Using MSI afterburner to track load and temps (and to set up a custom fan curve so GPU starts cooling sooner). Task Manager gives same GPU and CPU load results.

Looks like you CPU and GPU are somehow held back, but I'm not a techie and have no idea why.
Have you compared CPU and GPU load in other games?

Used Rocket League as my other test subject and was getting 10% or less cpu usage and my GPU at most was using at most 26%. This was with all graphic settings on high quality as well as maxing fps out on the slider at 250.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

It sounds like something is throttling your performance somewhere, since the GPU isn't even really "trying".

Have you checked:

  • For Thermal Throttling? (Above 65c?)
  • The computer's power plan for the PCI Link State?
  • Nivida's Power Management Mode ?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
5 minutes ago, Nicodeimus said:

It sounds like something is throttling your performance somewhere, since the GPU isn't even really "trying".

Have you checked:

  • For Thermal Throttling? (Above 65c?)
  • The computer's power plan for the PCI Link State?
  • Nivida's Power Management Mode ?

Ill have to look into those options.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
14 hours ago, Nicodeimus said:

It sounds like something is throttling your performance somewhere, since the GPU isn't even really "trying".

Have you checked:

  • For Thermal Throttling? (Above 65c?)
  • The computer's power plan for the PCI Link State?
  • Nivida's Power Management Mode ?

PC power plan is high performance & PCI link state is OFF. Nvidia's Power Mnagaement Mode is set to Prefer Maximum Performance. I am not able to check the BIOS cause I believe my computer is in Fast startup but fast startup is turned off. So Im kinda stuck there and need help with that now I guess.

Edited by Sl33prkeepr

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...