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Sawyer11

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  1. I would honest go for 4K monitor it make the games look so much better. Would make you more immerse in the game world. Which for me is essential for single player games.
  2. Thank you I wil try both it's just hard to see if the issue is fixed but it's uncommon but does happen
  3. The PSU is new as well. All the parts are new. About 5 months old.
  4. I am using the corsair vs 650 The GPU is new. I don't have the latest firmware. I am using HDMI and the monitor is about 4 years old.
  5. Hi Everyone, I've had issues with my computer ever since I've had it. The main issue I've been having is having green screen on my monitor which is fixed by turning it off and on again. And after installing a new driver today after that couple of mintues later I had a system crash. Could this just be a bad GPU? I have heard issues with the 5700 XT but I'm worried that my GPU could be broken on its way out. The green screen happneds every couple of weeks. Any ideas what could be causing this? Any help would be appreciated. My specs are below if that helps. Specs CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x GPU: RX 5700 XT RAM: 2x 16 3000mhz 1Tb Hard drive 250Gb SSD.
  6. Hi Everyone, So I was wondering why I just had a green screen on my monitor after booting up Assassin's Creed Chronicles India, I have never played the game before. The issue went after turning the monitor off and on again. This is the first time I have had this green screen crash in months. Could the game have caused this? or maybe a bad driver?, or else maybe a bad GPU?. Specs CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x GPU: RX 5700 XT RAM: 2x 16 3000mhz 1Tb Hard drive 250Gb SSD.
  7. I have tried testing it, it gives me some perfromace boost in those games.
  8. So what would I do? Set everything myself in the bios.
  9. I was thinking this, my CPU and GPU run at 60% and 70%. I've made sure my ram is running at 3000Mhz it doesnt really do much. I only have two 4gb sticks from my old gaming computer would that maybe help?
  10. Is has been ubisoft games. Maybe it's my ram and cpu?
  11. Okay. That was the plan. What would you say is wrong with the computer. Games like Euro truck sim 2 work fine. Far New Dawn at high setting gave me 60fps. Its is strange.
  12. Got ya. Would two 8GB sticks give me some fps boost in some games?
  13. This gpu is so strange. I'm so ready to switch GPU at this point.
  14. assassin's creed origins low setting in big areas. 43 fps.
  15. Hello Everyone, I have had my pre-built gaming computer and it's not running how it should, low fps on some old games, Any ideas? I can give more information if needed ---------------------------------- My computer specs: CPU: Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz Graphics Card: Radeon 5700XT 8GB RAM: Crossair Vengeance 3000MHz (1x16GB) Motherboard: MSI B450M Pro-M2 Power Supply: 650W Corair ---------------------------------- When playing games CPU is at 60% and GPU at 50%. Could my ram be casuing this low fps in games? I have watched youtube videos and my fps should be higher than this ---------------------------------- Assassin's Creed Origins: 50fps Low setting. Watch dogs 2: 50fps low setting Far cry 5 : 50fps
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