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Agent47-Cz

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  1. Agent47-Cz

    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    So I removed fan under GPU, blow out all dust and I am amazed. With slight overclock (memory clock +550 hz and core clock 122 hz) I have achieved maximum of 67 °C! But I have to admit that stuttering still appears... It's in CoD WW2 and many people say that it's caused by RAM but I have to wait. Our postal services suck
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    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    I have the feeling that I read the whole internet but many peoples are blaming RAM because AMDs are not that good in hadling bandwidth (or something like this) and because I have an old RAM module and there was a huge discount on Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB RAM sticks, I bought them and also a can of compressed air to clean the PC properly again. I hope that I will make this system work with all of your advices! Thank you very much!
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    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    I am using MSI Afterburner and SpeedFan and temps are same in both
  4. Agent47-Cz

    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    I will take off all easily detachable components and clean them properly outside of the case. I heard from my friends that 80°C is still great but now I don't think so...
  5. Agent47-Cz

    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    I need to take a look at a bill from store but unfortunately, I can't do it now. So you think that these drops are caused by GPU and not weak bottlenecking CPU even though its temps are fine?
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    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    It looks like I have no choice
  7. Agent47-Cz

    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    I am afraid of that... It looks like this (simple picture): <- | | | ↑ <- | | <- | And yeah, dust is gone.
  8. Agent47-Cz

    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    I'm not sure, it's a quite a long time when I bought this card
  9. Agent47-Cz

    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    Yes. Two are in front of case, one is on back of case and one is down in case under GPU.
  10. Agent47-Cz

    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    CPU has new thermalpaste but I am little bit affraid to change it on GPU. And fans are working properly. I also added two fans in front of case and one under the GPU, so it's pushing air directly to it.
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    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    I tried this but still no difference
  12. Agent47-Cz

    Massive FPS drops after few minutes of gaming

    I could get little bit less but even if the fan in on 100% it's not helping And I forget to mention that I have Seasonic 650W Bronze as PSU
  13. Okey guys. I spent a hour searching and reading all relevant topics for my problem but still I didn't find a solution. I have an AMD FX-8350 Cpu on stock clock with EVO 212 Cooler, Gigabyte GTX 1060 6G, Crucial DDR3 1600Mhz 8GB RAM and Gigabyte GA-990x Gaming SLI MB. I am using Windows 10 64-bit. I am experiencing huge FPS drops especially in newer games like CoD WW2 after a while. I locked framerate to 75 FPS and then it's randomly dropping at first to 50 FPS and then 40 and less. CPU temperature isn't higher than 55 °C and GPU is at 80°C with automatic fan speed but I've found out that if I am playing in cold room (20 °C without radiator on) it's not dropping that much, so I suspect some temprature problems even though the temps are not that high. I tried switching off all energy saving modes for CPU in BIOS but there's almost no result. I have this case: https://www.czc.cz/silentiumpc-regnum-rg1-pure-black-cerna/188046/produkt?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-M-v5re81wIV1zLTCh2vRAZyEAQYBSABEgIqWfD_BwE and I added extra 3 fans inside the case for extra airflow and again - no result. I also thought it could be bottlenecking but on extra settings in CoD without FPS limitations I can get about 100+ FPS, so normal and 75 should be fine... Any ideas? I saw guys with worse PCs playing without problem so I am really confused now... And before you will tell me to throw away AMD and buy Ryzen on Intel - I am already sparing money for Coffee Lake but with our small income in Czech Republic I need to wait little bit longer and I am trying everything to make this rig run properly. Thanks in advance! P.S. I am in dormitory and I will get to my PC on thursday, so write me please some ideas and then I will try them all. And also sorry for my English, I am just a Slav guy learning from games and TV
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