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Low fps on 1070ti

Well a single channel 8GB might be an issue indeed... but if you believe the GPU is under-performing where it used to run fine before it might just be a case of Drivers messing up.

 

DDU in safe mode and reinstall the latest drivers fresh new and give it a go, if all seems right then you can reapply your OC using preferably MSi Afterburner.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey everyone, I really need your help on this one. So recently my performance in games have been getting lower than before, I started to get fps spikes and I don't know why this is happening. My PC is fairly new (almost 1 year old) so I don't really think that the problem is my specs being old. 

 

Specs list:

 

GPU: GeForce 1070TI 8gb ddr5

CPU: Intel core i7-8700k 3.7Ghz

RAM: 1x8GB HyperX Fury 2400 CL15

 

At the moment I am using only one RAM but I already bought another one just in case it's a RAM issue, I'm still waiting for it to get delivered though. 

Thanks for your help in advance 

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Well a single channel 8GB might be an issue indeed... but if you believe the GPU is under-performing where it used to run fine before it might just be a case of Drivers messing up.

 

DDU in safe mode and reinstall the latest drivers fresh new and give it a go, if all seems right then you can reapply your OC using preferably MSi Afterburner.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, Princess Luna said:

Well a single channel 8GB might be an issue indeed... but if you believe the GPU is under-performing where it used to run fine before it might just be a case of Drivers messing up.

 

DDU in safe mode and reinstall the latest drivers fresh new and give it a go, if all seems right then you can reapply your OC using preferably MSi Afterburner.

thank you so much, this solved my issue, now they don't drop bellow 144fps :D

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