[SOLVED] My Computer Is getting bad frames when they should be way higher.

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My pc is not getting the frames it should be. It's getting 60 fps when I have an i7-9700k, 1070 Ti, And 32 Gb of ram i also have a 240hz monitor so it's not getting what it should get obviously. I have vsync turn off also. I don't know what happen but if any 1 come help that would be nice or any solutions.
 

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My pc is not getting the frames it should be. It's getting 60 fps when I have an i7-9700k, 1070 Ti, And 32 Gb of ram i also have a 240hz monitor so it's not getting what it should get obviously. I have vsync turn off also. I don't know what happen but if any 1 come help that would be nice or any solutions.
ok try this:

  1. Uninstall unused programs.
  2. Delete temporary files.
  3. Stop unnecessary start ups.
  4. Run a disk defragment.
  5. Run a disk clean-up.

    And finally reset windows if u want
 
Just because you have a 240hz monitor does not mean you'll automatically get 240fps on all titles. In fact, very few titles will reach that high.

But you should be getting better than 60 in most titles.

What games are giving you issues? Are you locked at 60? Or do you have some fluctuations?
 
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ik that but I was just saying i don't have a 60 Hz which gonna make the frames lower capped. But my pc overall getting 60 but in mw warzone is where they're so also
 
Check in the nvidia control panel. You may have set an fps cap in there for some odd reason.

Double check the options in cod, as there is an fps cap option in game.

Make sure in windows that the display is actually set at 240hz and not 60hz.
 
Is it only cod or other games? What have you tried to do about it?

If its getting 60, and only 60, something is locked with a frame cap. If it's only cod, its possibly a game issue.

Are you fully up to date, as far as windows, drivers, etc?
 
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Is it only cod or other games? What have you tried to do about it?

If its getting 60, and only 60, something is locked with a frame cap. If it's only cod, its possibly a game issue.

Are you fully up to date, as far as windows, drivers, etc?
i tried to delete game, hard reset pc, refragment, clean space, delete stuff in temp folder.
 

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My pc is not getting the frames it should be. It's getting 60 fps when I have an i7-9700k, 1070 Ti, And 32 Gb of ram i also have a 240hz monitor so it's not getting what it should get obviously. I have vsync turn off also. I don't know what happen but if any 1 come help that would be nice or any solutions.
have you set up your bios yet? try setting optimized defaults in your bios. Have you downloaded all the drivers you need from your motherboards website? Flash your bios. Chipset drivers, gpu drivers. Do you know if your using your gpu or integrated graphics?
 
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have you set up your bios yet? try setting optimized defaults in your bios. Have you downloaded all the drivers you need from your motherboards website? Flash your bios. Chipset drivers, gpu drivers. Do you know if your using your gpu or integrated graphics?
im using GPU ive downloaded the latest drivers also do u think if ii reset bios to factory default it would fix it?
 

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im using GPU ive downloaded the latest drivers also do u think if ii reset bios to factory default it would fix it?
Try running user benchmark before anything, you could see what is under performing in your system. Reseting bios might work but make sure you updated your bios to the latest version first to see.
https://www.userbenchmark.com/ - this will run a benchmark on your system components
 
So is it getting exactly 60? No more,no less? Does it fluctuate? Have you tried the built in monitor?

If it's absolutely locked on 60, zero fluctuations, there may be an issue with afterburner reporting wrong.

I know you said you had no other games installed,but now would be the time to do so. Just to see if this problem is specific to cod or not. There's free games you can download on steam and epic currently if you don't want to spend money. I think even gta5 is free right now on epic.

It's worth a shot. If cod is the only game showing this behavior it could very well be a cod issue. Or a monitoring app issue.

If other games are locked at 60 then you need to deep dive into any possible locks you may have and not know about.
 
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So is it getting exactly 60? No more,no less? Does it fluctuate? Have you tried the built in monitor?

If it's absolutely locked on 60, zero fluctuations, there may be an issue with afterburner reporting wrong.

I know you said you had no other games installed,but now would be the time to do so. Just to see if this problem is specific to cod or not. There's free games you can download on steam and epic currently if you don't want to spend money. I think even gta5 is free right now on epic.

It's worth a shot. If cod is the only game showing this behavior it could very well be a cod issue. Or a monitoring app issue.

If other games are locked at 60 then you need to deep dive into any possible locks you may have and not know about.
it will go below and above 60 to like the high 60s also in game
 

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