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I get low fps with i7 930 and Rx 570

The RX570 probably has some life left, but the i7 930 is rather old. From before the big jump Intel made with Sandy Bridge.

I fear you'll need to upgrade your platform. New i5 or Ryzen 5 should be a massive jump, but you'll need CPU, MoBo and RAM.

Second hand market might be an option, but that depends on where you live, and Intel tends to be overpriced, so don't overpay.

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Hello!

I have a I7 930 and a Rx 570 and it is overclocked (the graphicscard) and I get in Csgo like 160-300 fps in Fortnite i get around 50 and in Msi Kombustor (Donut) around 110-120 fps what is wrong?

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what's your ram configuration? what motherboard are you using?

 

fortnite is pretty demanding on the CPU, not surprised that an old i7 is struggling.


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I think that's just what you'll get from the combination.


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The RX570 probably has some life left, but the i7 930 is rather old. From before the big jump Intel made with Sandy Bridge.

I fear you'll need to upgrade your platform. New i5 or Ryzen 5 should be a massive jump, but you'll need CPU, MoBo and RAM.

Second hand market might be an option, but that depends on where you live, and Intel tends to be overpriced, so don't overpay.

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