04-22-2019 09:25 PM - edited 04-22-2019 11:00 PM
So in the past few months or so I have been having mind boggling frame rate issues for no real reason. I recently updated my drivers and checked again a few minutes ago to make sure that was not the issue. All my drivers are up to date.
So for example, this morning I was playing League of Legends and CSGO and getting 150-200 FPS, but all of a sudden randomly in another game a few hours later, I started to get 20 FPS. This is an issue that has been plaguing me for the past few months. Usually I just let it sit and log off and eventually it magically fixes itself and I get my frames back, but now I am looking for a more permanent fix because it gets really frustrating.
As a side note, I am not changing any settings throughout this process, which is why it is so confusing to me.
If anyone could shed some light, that would be amazing, thank you.
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04-25-2019 10:17 AM
05-04-2019 11:40 AM
Thanks for responding LeLouch, but I don't think it's overheating. Sometimes I can just turn it on and it won't give me many frames.
05-05-2019 09:22 AM
05-06-2019 08:17 PM
Hey, thanks for helping me, I really appreciate it. I altered my processor power settings as you recommended. Unfortunately, nothing seems to be working thus far. I'm actually experiencing the loss in frames rn, as I just turned on my laptop. The laptop is really cool right now. CPU is at 8-15% without a game running.
05-06-2019 08:37 PM
05-09-2019 07:58 AM
I was running League of Legends and the CPU didn't go above 15%. I did notice that Chrome being open took 50% of my memory, if that matters at all.
Yes, FPS declines in all my games. Really it seems the performance of my PC slows down entirely, as programs like Photoshop slow down as well.
I can't seem to find my Nvidia Control Panel, how do I access it? Which actually leads me to think maybe I deleted something I needed on accident and that is causing my weird problems?
05-09-2019 09:12 AM
05-09-2019 01:27 PM - edited 05-09-2019 01:28 PM
I have Intel and AMD graphics settings when I right click. As far as I know those are optimized. I haven't made any changes that would warrant the random periods of FPS drops anyways. I think I may opt to back up all my files and reset my computer.
I don't have a hibernate option, so usually it drops when I turn it back on.
05-09-2019 01:38 PM