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Low gpu usage cause low fps in all games (Gtx 1070)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys, I have a powerful pc, nvidia GeForce gtx 1070 video card and lately I have noticed that the performance in games is very low and I get a low FPS and I tried to understand why ... After a few days I realized the problem, I noticed that in games my gpu usage is between 20-40 and not above and that is what makes FPS just awful and very low performance. I tried every way to fix this problem without succsess. I am so upset with this i really need your help.. If you can please help me upload the gpu usage and solve my problem I'll greatful.

 

System specs:

cpu: intel core i7-7700k 4.20ghz

ram: crucial 16gb ram

gpu: evga nvidia geforce gtx 1070

mb: asus prime z270

storage: st2000dm006-2dm164

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Which power supply are you using?

What have you tried so far?


 

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 Weird, I was just talking with a work colleague and he is having almost the exact same issues. His 1070 is only working around 25% in games like Modern Warfare. He has a 7700 non k and 16GB of RAM. I almost thought you might be him if it wasn't for the fact you have a K sku.

 

I'll be interested to see if you get to the bottom of this and what the cause actually is.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
57 minutes ago, Senzelian said:

Which power supply are you using?

What have you tried so far?

My power supply is: seasonic ss520gb

 

So far i have tried: reboot my pc for 2 times, uninstall all my graphic drivers and reinstall, disable HPET, update my bios, reinstall windows, overclock my gpu, add the games to the graphics performance performance, changed the power plan to high performance, Set power management mode in NVidia control panel to 'Prefer Maximum Performance', ensure VSync is off in-game and in your NVidia control panel. maybe i forgot something but this is what i remember doing and nothing helped:{

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 hours ago, Bad5ector said:

 Weird, I was just talking with a work colleague and he is having almost the exact same issues. His 1070 is only working around 25% in games like Modern Warfare. He has a 7700 non k and 16GB of RAM. I almost thought you might be him if it wasn't for the fact you have a K sku.

 

I'll be interested to see if you get to the bottom of this and what the cause actually is.

My Power supply is: seasonic ss520gb

 

So far i have tried: reboot my pc for 2 times, uninstall all my graphic drivers and reinstall, disable HPET, update my bios, reinstall windows, overclock my gpu, add the games to the graphics performance performance, changed the power plan to high performance, Set power management mode in NVidia control panel to 'Prefer Maximum Performance', ensure VSync is off in-game and in your NVidia control panel. maybe i forgot something but this is what i remember doing and nothing helped:{

 

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You should try a CMOS reset and also put the graphics card in a different PCI-e slot if possible.

If that doesn't help, try a different power supply.


 

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  • 10Gb/s - USB 3.2 Gen 2
  • 20Gb/s - USB 3.2 Gen 2x2
  • 40Gb/s - Thunderbolt 3
  • 40Gb/s certified - Thunderbolt 4
  • 40Gb/s - USB 4

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
53 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

have you been monitoring gpu and cpu temperatures? maybe one of them is throttling

Yes, there is no problem with the temp

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