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User Info: Tony_Biggie_Pun

Tony_Biggie_Pun
3 months ago#11
The system should be good enough to get above 20 at least on Low I think its a software or driver issue

User Info: Bleu_Skie

Bleu_Skie
3 months ago#12
I think you need more ram. When the fps fluctuates that much, it is usually a ram issue. You could try to increase the paging file.
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User Info: OUberLord

OUberLord
3 months ago#13
Bleu_Skie posted...
You could try to increase the paging file.

Unless the paging file is on an SSD this likely wouldn't help performance.

CPU is likely the weakest link here, followed by RAM, but without running any sort of measurement tools it's impossible to say for sure.

User Info: Bleu_Skie

Bleu_Skie
3 months ago#14
OUberLord posted...
Bleu_Skie posted...
You could try to increase the paging file.

Unless the paging file is on an SSD this likely wouldn't help performance.

CPU is likely the weakest link here, followed by RAM, but without running any sort of measurement tools it's impossible to say for sure.

It is on an ssd. 2500k shouldn't be an issue, especially on low. As you say tho, impossible to know for sure without some hard numbers.
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User Info: MangorushZ__

MangorushZ__
3 months ago#15
Well as I've said before, the game does hover a little over to 9-10 GB RAM at times in that game so I believe RAM might be a factor as welll.

User Info: maybecalls

maybecalls
3 months ago#16
I don't have the game, but maybe it's a DX11/DX12 thing?

https://www.techspot.com/review/1267-battlefield-1-benchmarks/page4.html

https://www.techspot.com/review/1267-battlefield-1-benchmarks/page5.html

User Info: bikeblaster

bikeblaster
3 months ago#17
I played BF1 before at 1440p with a heavily OC'd 2500k and a GTX 1070. At maxed settings except for AA, I got anywhere from 80-120FPS. Yes, the CPU bottlenecked me, but it still ran very well. No way a GTX 1060 will drop you 60+ fps. I'm going to go with RAM problem, or whatever drive your game is installed on isn't fast enough to stream BF1's assets.

User Info: Somato

Somato
3 months ago#18
1440p? With a 1060? and a very old CPU, and just 8gb of RAM. is that a thing or am i justified with my laughing
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User Info: ArkonBlade

ArkonBlade
3 months ago#19
I don't think its the CPU TC. I have seen plenty of benchmarks running the game with a 2500k just fine with cards lesser then yours. You should be able to do 1080p high to Ultra just fine with that set up.

whats causing the extreme drop i can't say for sure. Are you running every other game you play just fine?
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User Info: Somato

Somato
3 months ago#20
..................1440p........................
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