Question I cannot get high fps on my PC help plz

Oct 22, 2020
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Hi guys i need help
I cannot get high fps in warzone i tried a lot of things watched lot of videos and i did the settings asked
I play mostly COD WARZONE
in 2k i get around 70 to 80 fps thats really back
1080p around 100fps

I got an Aurora R8
I installed the game not on the SSD cause my ssd is not big enough is that the bottleneck
What is it?

UserBenchmarks: Link my PC


CPU: Intel Core i5-9600K - 91.4%
GPU: Nvidia RTX 2070 - 84.1%
SSD: Pm981 NVMe Samsung 256GB - 225.1%
HDD: Toshiba DT01ACA100 1TB - 71.2%
RAM: Unknown XJ69DF-MIE 2x8GB - 82.9%
MBD: Alienware Aurora R8
 
Oct 22, 2020
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My GPU temp never goes higher then 61c
im running setting to medium and low pretty much
my GPU and CPU are at 5 to 8ms of delay when playing warzone

Will a SSD really improve my game fps?
 
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JasonNs_

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What settings are you running the game at? What is the gpu and cpu utilization/temps while you're playing?

I would get an SSD for the game and not run it off an HDD
i dont think thats a solution, since most PC players run warzone in HDDs, and if its HDD or SSD problem he will get stutters and freezing, not LOW fps, also i do have the same HDD but 500gb one, and its running fine and doesnt lag in anyway.
 

JasonNs_

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My GPU temp never goes higher then 61c
im running setting to medium and low pretty much
my GPU and CPU are at 5 to 8ms of delay when playing warzone

Will a SSD really improve my game fps?
No it wont, thats not the problem, and as you said you play at 2k, ofc you will get 70-80 fps since Warzone is really high demanding game, try lowering the graphics settings and keeping 2k resolution.
 
Oct 22, 2020
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ok is there anything i need to upgrade on my PC ?
I saw sometime my HDD is at 90% use in warzone on and off
my ram is at 75% is that too high?
I notice i put high performance power options and it makes the cpu be at 100% all the time then i tried lowering it to max 90% and i notice in warzone detail texture will lag in that case
So cpu at 100% makes a huge difference.
 

Phaaze88

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I see that your system didn't even finish the benchmark.
Put Warzone on the backburner for a bit, you've got some troubleshooting to do...

1)This looks like a prebuilt machine.
Which parts did you swap out, or add in, from the original - if any?

2)"7.9 GB free of 16 GB @ 2.9 GHz"
About half your ram was free when you ran the benchmark - it shouldn't be that high. What else was running at the time?
If you weren't aware of anything else running, then it's time to scan the PC for viruses/malware.
Once the antivirus scan has finished, then give it a pass with Malwarebytes' Adwcleaner. It tends to find things that may sneak past AVs.

3)The HDD is quite full, but how is its condition overall?
You can check both drives with Crystal Disk Info.
 
Oct 22, 2020
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Hi
I did not swap any parts yet
the pc is a prebuilt machine aurora r8

thats true its strange i will run your tool
it found 25 things i cleaned them

yeah thats true HDD is kinda full i will do some cleaning
I just ran a script to clean windows bloatware it helped a little too
I bought the evo 970 i will put it soon

What should i do next?
should i re run the test?
 
Oct 22, 2020
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ok i dont wanna run that its very risky bro
I dont think my video card has any issue it is well detected in my nvdia panel and device manager
why run that?
 

Phaaze88

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ok i dont wanna run that its very risky bro
Myself and many others use this app to clean install gpu drivers.

I dont think my video card has any issue it is well detected in my nvdia panel and device manager
But you still don't know why the gpu alone can't finish the benchmark - everything else has a score from your UBM links except for it.

why run that?
"The difference between the driver downloaded from Nvidia and the one offered by Dell? Size.
The Dell driver has much fewer INF files which means that this driver will NOT work with the other OEMs."

In other words, the drivers from Nvidia may not be universally compatible with your OEM/prebuilt gpu. You have an OEM/prebuilt gpu, use their drivers.
 

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