Question Need help! Low FPS on a high end PC ?

Nov 30, 2020
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I recently build a new gaming pc.

It has a titan x pascal
core i7
windows 10
12 gb ram
1200 wat power supply
asus 1920x1080 monitor
2 tb hdd

I play watch dogs legion on lowest settings and it struggles to even reach 54 fps on 1080p
the division 2 is the same as when im using the benchmark on lowest settings it goes to 45fps and sometimes 35 fps
i have been looking around on forums but when i do the solution it doesn't work and continues for me to lag

can someone please help me as this is my last resort because i am all out of hope now
 

faalin

Judicious
titan x pascal was released in 2016 in between the GTX 1080 and GTX 1080Ti, performance wise it trades blows around the RTX 2070 super/ RTX 2080.

What exact Core i7 do you have, if bought around the same time as the card (2016) it would be a socket 1150 i7 6700/6700k or socket 2011-v3 i7 6800k, 6850k, 6900k, or 6950k?

For 12GB of ram i would guess you're running a 4GB stick and 8GB stick, what motherboard do you have? Does it support this combination? if not you might be running in a single channel mode, or a hybrid dual single. I would recommend getting a new KIT that is 2x 8GB

Do you have a SSD? or is everything running off the 2TB hdd. I would pick up a 250GB minimum and reinstall the OS on that, you will not be able to clone just the OS off the 2TB drive.

You can download on of the following to find out what specs are in the computer
Speccy
HWiNFO
CPUz and GPUz
HWMonitor

Then you can post back the exact specs that are in the computer.
 
Nov 30, 2020
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titan x pascal was released in 2016 in between the GTX 1080 and GTX 1080Ti, performance wise it trades blows around the RTX 2070 super/ RTX 2080.

What exact Core i7 do you have, if bought around the same time as the card (2016) it would be a socket 1150 i7 6700/6700k or socket 2011-v3 i7 6800k, 6850k, 6900k, or 6950k?

For 12GB of ram i would guess you're running a 4GB stick and 8GB stick, what motherboard do you have? Does it support this combination? if not you might be running in a single channel mode, or a hybrid dual single. I would recommend getting a new KIT that is 2x 8GB

Do you have a SSD? or is everything running off the 2TB hdd. I would pick up a 250GB minimum and reinstall the OS on that, you will not be able to clone just the OS off the 2TB drive.

You can download on of the following to find out what specs are in the computer
Speccy
HWiNFO
CPUz and GPUz
HWMonitor

Then you can post back the exact specs that are in the computer.
okay thanks i will try that then message back
 
Nov 30, 2020
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titan x pascal was released in 2016 in between the GTX 1080 and GTX 1080Ti, performance wise it trades blows around the RTX 2070 super/ RTX 2080.

What exact Core i7 do you have, if bought around the same time as the card (2016) it would be a socket 1150 i7 6700/6700k or socket 2011-v3 i7 6800k, 6850k, 6900k, or 6950k?

For 12GB of ram i would guess you're running a 4GB stick and 8GB stick, what motherboard do you have? Does it support this combination? if not you might be running in a single channel mode, or a hybrid dual single. I would recommend getting a new KIT that is 2x 8GB

Do you have a SSD? or is everything running off the 2TB hdd. I would pick up a 250GB minimum and reinstall the OS on that, you will not be able to clone just the OS off the 2TB drive.

You can download on of the following to find out what specs are in the computer
Speccy
HWiNFO
CPUz and GPUz
HWMonitor

Then you can post back the exact specs that are in the computer.
 
Your I7-950 is woefully underpowered.
It has 8 threads and a rating of 3090. That is when all 8 threads are fully utilized.
Not a common occurence in gaming.
The single thread rating is 1391.
Just for comparison sake, a modern $100 i3-10100 has the same 8 threads, but a rating of 8949/2648.
Add $75 for a lga1200 motherboard and $65 for 16gb of ddr4 ram and you would have a much better gamer.
Here is a review:
https://www.techpowerup.com/review/intel-core-i3-10100/15.html
 

faalin

Judicious
Geofelt is right, if you have the money it would be time to upgrade, Kind of suck that you say you recently bought it.

I ran the i7 950 with the Asus R3E when they first came out in 2009. Ran a full waterblock on CPU and Motherboard and hit 4.7Ghz all day and in winter 4.9Ghz. I later replaced the 950 with a 980x but only managed 4.2Ghz but it gave me 2 extra cores and 4 threads. I ran it at work up until early this year when i replaced it with an AMD 3600x.

That computer went through a lot, dual GTX 460, 480, 580. It sat on the shelf for a few years then made its return as a work computer with quad GTX 670's and ended its working life with triple GTX 780 TI classiffied's. Its now sitting in my server rack at home as a storage server with 10TB of space.


The best you could do for it right now is install a SSD drive for the OS, which if you get a new computer you can move it over to that.
 
Nov 30, 2020
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Geofelt is right, if you have the money it would be time to upgrade, Kind of suck that you say you recently bought it.

I ran the i7 950 with the Asus R3E when they first came out in 2009. Ran a full waterblock on CPU and Motherboard and hit 4.7Ghz all day and in winter 4.9Ghz. I later replaced the 950 with a 980x but only managed 4.2Ghz but it gave me 2 extra cores and 4 threads. I ran it at work up until early this year when i replaced it with an AMD 3600x.

That computer went through a lot, dual GTX 460, 480, 580. It sat on the shelf for a few years then made its return as a work computer with quad GTX 670's and ended its working life with triple GTX 780 TI classiffied's. Its now sitting in my server rack at home as a storage server with 10TB of space.


The best you could do for it right now is install a SSD drive for the OS, which if you get a new computer you can move it over to that.
yes got a whole new pc and put the titan in that now i am getting smooth fps on every game thanks man
 
Nov 30, 2020
5
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Geofelt is right, if you have the money it would be time to upgrade, Kind of suck that you say you recently bought it.

I ran the i7 950 with the Asus R3E when they first came out in 2009. Ran a full waterblock on CPU and Motherboard and hit 4.7Ghz all day and in winter 4.9Ghz. I later replaced the 950 with a 980x but only managed 4.2Ghz but it gave me 2 extra cores and 4 threads. I ran it at work up until early this year when i replaced it with an AMD 3600x.

That computer went through a lot, dual GTX 460, 480, 580. It sat on the shelf for a few years then made its return as a work computer with quad GTX 670's and ended its working life with triple GTX 780 TI classiffied's. Its now sitting in my server rack at home as a storage server with 10TB of space.


The best you could do for it right now is install a SSD drive for the OS, which if you get a new computer you can move it over to that.
i7 8700k cpu and 16 gigabytes of ram
 

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