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Low fps on a medium/high end build

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I have been randomly having pretty low fps in most games here lately and am wondering if anyone has some suggestions on reasons behind it. After running a bench mark prob 10+ times just to check my hardware I can safely rule out hardware issues. I think it's probably just in the way I have some random settings configured. 

 

I have:

i7-6700k at stock 4.0mhz 

GTX 1080 founders edition (all on default settings) I messed with a ton of different settings configs with little to no fps changes in games. - Newest drivers

Corsair RM650x 650 watt PSU 

16g of ddr4 ram @ 2200 (Can't remember the exact make and model(but it was kinda cheap))

Gigabyte z170x gaming-GT Motherboard (Newest bios) - all drivers are up to date 

Asus ROG-PG248Q 144htz GSYNC gaming monitor - Someone told me this could be an issue

2 hard drives 

One being and SSD 250gb 

Other being a standard disc drive

 

All running on windows 10 on the latest update 

 

Also it helps to mention I stream to twitch and I project to a second pc using NDI from my main gaming pc to my streaming pc. When I'm using NDI I capture at 60 fps. Which may also affect performance I'm assuming since my gaming monitor is a 144htz monitor. But I honestly don't know. 

 

If anyone has some random thoughts or suggestions it would be greatly appreciated. 

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Does the issue occur when your not projecting to your second PC?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, KingCry said:

Does the issue occur when your not projecting to your second PC?

Yes, But not as severely. I was wondering that to. People say that NDI is supposed to have little to know impact on performance. But it's basically the same as capturing a 144htz monitor on a 60htz cap card. 

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So whats the usage on everything in the system while in these games?


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4 hours ago, Somef4tkid said:

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it's most likely a cpu bottleneck with all those things running on a 6700k on ddr2133 possibly with windows explorer doing random stuff in the background hogging up more cpu.


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