What is the model for your FSP PSU? You should list your specs like so:
Include the version for your OS and the version of BIOS you're on for your motherboard. I assume you're talking about Frames Per Second with the reference of 60 to 10...? Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling your GPU drivers with the latest off of AMD's support site?
Your location is very relevant when suggesting parts. Your age will also be relevant for us to understand what you're capable of doing. If you know better, then this thread has run it's course, otherwise we can move forward, with the questions I've asked you, as this thread has potential for a resolution.
FSP have a number of units in their portfolio, which one do you have and how old is it? Perhaps a link to the unit if you can't see the unit physically. Can you check and see which version of the BIOS you're on for your motherboard?
Unfortunately youtube is. The main problem with fortnite is it can sometimes be a little CPU heavy at times.
Does it lag all the way through?
Are you able to record your GPU, CPU, RAM, and Disk usage whilst you play so we can see the log of % usage?
But don't worry, because PC gaming will still yield great results, we just need more info to figure out what is causing the lag exactly.
I have a power supply - fsp raider 750w, and basically it had a lot of wires so I cut a wire off. My PC is lagging and I dont know if this is the cause. The gpu usage jumps up and down causing spikes someone please help
I cut off the molex one because I already had another look with molex ones and I wanted it a bit neat. I cut it right at the power supply maybe 2 cm off.
CPU: ryzen 3 2200g
Motherboard: b350 gaming
Ram: 1x8gb 2400
SSD/HDD: 1tb western digital 7200rpm
GPU: ex 570 sapphire 4gb
PSU: fsp raider 750watts silver rated
Chassis: segotep k6 case
OS: windows 10 1903