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FPS drops in csgo and other games

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have ASUS FX504GE laptop with 1050ti and corei5-8300H

 

after an year of general use i have started gaming on this laptop and have been experiencing 50fps on csgo when everything is set to low and after some rounds the fps drops below 10.

i read somewhere that with 1050ti i could play csgo on high setting but right now cannot even play on the lowest 

any suggestions.

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7 minutes ago, hardik29 said:

I have ASUS FX504GE laptop with 1050ti and corei5-8300H

 

after an year of general use i have started gaming on this laptop and have been experiencing 50fps on csgo when everything is set to low and after some rounds the fps drops below 10.

i read somewhere that with 1050ti i could play csgo on high setting but right now cannot even play on the lowest 

any suggestions.

Most likely your laptop is overheating. Did you use canned air to clean out the fan and heatsinks? If your feeling a bit bold, you can take apart the laptop and reapply higher quality thermal paste. 


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35 minutes ago, ManyCoresGuy said:

Most likely your laptop is overheating. Did you use canned air to clean out the fan and heatsinks? If your feeling a bit bold, you can take apart the laptop and reapply higher quality thermal paste. 

That is definitely a good suggestion, but first - I think OP needs a laptop cooler - I had the exact same issue with my laptop - then after few months I've decided to get one of these bad boys,  and boom,  works,  can play for hours and it doesn't throttle...

 

But: do not ever plug the laptop cooler into the laptop,  use an external power source.  You have been warned.

 

Reasons: should be obvious,  first it can damage your laptop by drawing too much power or cheap USB cables / connections and second since it draws power it can make the laptop throttle again,  this time for power and not heat..  But the risk of damage is obviously a lot more serious so just use external power and there's no issue simply. 

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 hours ago, ManyCoresGuy said:

Most likely your laptop is overheating. Did you use canned air to clean out the fan and heatsinks? If your feeling a bit bold, you can take apart the laptop and reapply higher quality thermal paste. 

 

13 hours ago, Mark Kaine said:

That is definitely a good suggestion, but first - I think OP needs a laptop cooler - I had the exact same issue with my laptop - then after few months I've decided to get one of these bad boys,  and boom,  works,  can play for hours and it doesn't throttle...

 

But: do not ever plug the laptop cooler into the laptop,  use an external power source.  You have been warned.

 

Reasons: should be obvious,  first it can damage your laptop by drawing too much power or cheap USB cables / connections and second since it draws power it can make the laptop throttle again,  this time for power and not heat..  But the risk of damage is obviously a lot more serious so just use external power and there's no issue simply. 

 

 

 

 

 

guys i have seen some videos on net about undervolting my gpu and cpu would that be a good idea as i am a noob in that stuff...

 

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8 hours ago, hardik29 said:

 

guys i have seen some videos on net about undervolting my gpu and cpu would that be a good idea as i am a noob in that stuff...

 

You should really try what i mentioned to you first before you go down that rabbit hole.

 


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