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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi im getting like 100-120fps on low setting on warzone with a 2070 and a ryzen 7 3700x and 16gb ram, i think i should be getting more than this?

 


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Full specs? What resolution?


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Ideally you want to provide the following:

- Full system specs

- Resolution

- Vsync on? What monitor are you using?

- Thermal and utilization info while in-game: The easiest way is to use MSI afterburner (you'll need to modify the default theme to get the detailed view) to track temps, CPU, and GPU utilization


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3 hours ago, RyzenDoctor said:

Ideally you want to provide the following:

- Full system specs

- Resolution

- Vsync on? What monitor are you using?

- Thermal and utilization info while in-game: The easiest way is to use MSI afterburner (you'll need to modify the default theme to get the detailed view) to track temps, CPU, and GPU utilization

Ya we would need all of that

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 8/7/2020 at 12:17 AM, RyzenDoctor said:

Ideally you want to provide the following:

- Full system specs

- Resolution

- Vsync on? What monitor are you using?

- Thermal and utilization info while in-game: The easiest way is to use MSI afterburner (you'll need to modify the default theme to get the detailed view) to track temps, CPU, and GPU utilization

1080p

Vsync is off

Thermals are normal

if u need anything else lmk

And i get like 100-150fps now but its mostly down at 120 and when in gun fights it dips  alot


Current PC and Peripherals

CPU: i7 6700

CPU cooler: Cryorig H7

GPU: Evga RTX 2070

Memory: 16gb Corsair RGB

HDD: 1tb WD blue

SSD: 120gb Kingston

Headphones: Hyper x Cloud

Keyboard: Logitech g810

Mouse: Logitech g502

Monitor: Aoc 60hz

 

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iPhone 8

Edifier Prisma

Amazon echo dot

Apple Airpods

Go Pro Hero 7

 

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Try changing your display settings to match the resolution on your monitor and then adjust your game settings accordingly.  Check your Nvidia settings too, LTT did a video on the Nvidia settings a couple months back that might help.  There was also a slider in the Gen settings of warzone that might need some tweaking to max out your performance.  Monitor the in game performance overlays for GPU, CPU usage and see who's lagging.  That GPU should be able to hit your fps on high-very high with raytracing.  Give it some afterburner if need be.  I found that game very GPU intensive.

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Are you ensuring when the game launches that it’s at full screen and not boarderless. Same with resolution scaling at 100. 
None of the rtx stuff is on right?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
21 hours ago, Mick Naughty said:

Are you ensuring when the game launches that it’s at full screen and not boarderless. Same with resolution scaling at 100. 
None of the rtx stuff is on right?

yea no rtx stuff is on


Current PC and Peripherals

CPU: i7 6700

CPU cooler: Cryorig H7

GPU: Evga RTX 2070

Memory: 16gb Corsair RGB

HDD: 1tb WD blue

SSD: 120gb Kingston

Headphones: Hyper x Cloud

Keyboard: Logitech g810

Mouse: Logitech g502

Monitor: Aoc 60hz

 

Other tech I own

iPhone 8

Edifier Prisma

Amazon echo dot

Apple Airpods

Go Pro Hero 7

 

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