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vafn

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Hello, so i got low FPS on pretty much all of the games i play. Or rather i got 100-150, but thats what i had on my last computer aswell, and this one is a huge upgrade.

Is there any program to see if i got all drivers if that might be the case? Even tho i got the geforce app on my comp which checks for updates etc.

Got new monitor aswell, but thats probably not the problem, right?

Specs:
Amd Ryzen 7 1700x Eight-Core Processor, 3400 Mhz.
Palit NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Dual OC
Samsung 960 EVO 250GB
WD Blue 1tb 7200rpm 64mb
Fractal Design Integra m 550W
Corsair 16GB(2x8GB) DDR4 3000Mhz CL15 VEngeance LPX
Gigabyte B350 GA-AB350 Gaming

and the monitor:
Acer 27" Predator XB271HUA G-sync

I play CSGO, LoL, h1z1, PUBG, OW, GTA.

And i cant get more than 150FPS on LoL, even lower at the rest. Pls help <3
 

vafn

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24" 59/60hz

this now is 144hz, but its not just the monitor, everything is new, and i havnt played with my old monitor on the new setup
 

vafn

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Could it be that the games is on 32/64bit and windows is the other? If you know what i mean. (English aint my native tounge but i hope u understand)
 

TwilightRavens

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I don't think that really answered the question, is it 1080p, 1440p or 4k? new one and old one
 

vafn

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Oh, the old one 1920x1080, 59hz, its a really "old" one.

new one is 2560x1440p 144hz
 

ZRace

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Any chance you could post your old PC config? Might help in determining what performance you should be seeing.

Also going from 1080p to 1440p is going to consume quite a bit of extra graphics power, so it might be normal for you to see those fps numbers, depending on what you were running before.
 

vafn

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Old specs was:

Intel Core i5 4460 3.20 ghz
8GB DDr3 666Mhz
MSI Z97 PC Mate
2047 MB Nvidia Geforce GTX 960 (MSI)
1863GB Toshiba DT01ACA200

Name of last monitor: Asus VE248H
 

TwilightRavens

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Yeah comparing 1080p fps on your old pc to 1440p on the new one is like comparing apples to light bulbs, double the pixels means there's a lot more for the gpu to handle. Now if you try 1080p at 59hz I'm willing to bet fps will increase a bunch
 

vafn

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Everything looks so big when i change to 1920x1080 tho, but i guess if i want more FPS i have to do it haha

Update: Ok, i changed and when i got into a CSGO game i had 15 FPS. o.o
 

TwilightRavens

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I don't even think my 290X could even think of 30 fps on 1440p or 4k lol so I wouldn't know.
 

vafn

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Yeah when i changed to 1920x1080 etc i got 15 FPS in a CSGO match.. o.o
 

TwilightRavens

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Did you restart the game and recheck?
 

vafn

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My slowbrain didnt even think of that, so i reinstalled it instead
 

vafn

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Yup and yup.
 

TwilightRavens

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I would try overclocking the card as far as you are comfortable with, while in 1440p of course. If you aren't comfortable doing that, then I really don't know what else to say as that's the only thing I can think of that would boost 1440p fps.
 

vafn

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Never overclocked and im not really comfortable in doing so, right now atleast.

(Can it be that i got two monitors on? Cuz im using the old monitor as a side monitor, however i had 2 monitors on my old PC without a problem.)
 

TwilightRavens

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That might be a possibility.

 

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