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GTX 1060 (6gb) can't handle Battlefield 1

20 minutes ago, CheeseMilk said:

Whenever I try to run Battlefield 1 on high settings my framerates aren't the desired ones I want. It usually dips into the low 50s instead of a smooth 60fps. 

My specs:

Ryzen 5 1600

GTX 1060 6gb

Ballistix Sport 16gb 2666mhz 

My drivers are up to date. What can I do to fix this?

 

EDIT: I can handle other games at high to very high (or ultra) setting and run it well.

Overclocking your ram or buying a faster kit will help alot.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Whenever I try to run Battlefield 1 on high settings my framerates aren't the desired ones I want. It usually dips into the low 50s instead of a smooth 60fps. 

My specs:

Ryzen 5 1600

GTX 1060 6gb

Ballistix Sport 16gb 2666mhz 

My drivers are up to date. What can I do to fix this?

 

EDIT: I can handle other games at high to very high (or ultra) setting and run it well.

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Can you post a screenshot of your in-game graphics settings?


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Do custom settings and lower water and vegetation (I don't own the game, but those are the 2 logical ones to dump off first, esp water)

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Drop the settings?? What's to question 


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2 minutes ago, Egg-Roll said:

Do custom settings and lower water and vegetation (I don't own the game, but those are the 2 logical ones to dump off first, esp water)

This. Generally best to disable motion blur and turn down the antialiasing a bit as well.


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20 minutes ago, CheeseMilk said:

Whenever I try to run Battlefield 1 on high settings my framerates aren't the desired ones I want. It usually dips into the low 50s instead of a smooth 60fps. 

My specs:

Ryzen 5 1600

GTX 1060 6gb

Ballistix Sport 16gb 2666mhz 

My drivers are up to date. What can I do to fix this?

 

EDIT: I can handle other games at high to very high (or ultra) setting and run it well.

Overclocking your ram or buying a faster kit will help alot.


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16 minutes ago, Leinad4400 said:

This. Generally best to disable motion blur and turn down the antialiasing a bit as well.

Turn off post-processing stuff too, those are useless anyway.


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Just now, xFluing said:

Turn off post-processing stuff too, those are useless anyway.

What does post-processing do?

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1 minute ago, glenalz81 said:

Overclocking your ram or buying a faster kit will help alot.

Yeah, Ryzen is very sensitive to memory speeds, you might be bottlenecking your cpu with that kit.


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Just now, CheeseMilk said:

What does post-processing do?

Useless stuff like motion blur, chromatic aberration, film grain etc. It's just stuff that makes the game look worse AND drain gpu power.


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3 minutes ago, xFluing said:

Yeah, Ryzen is very sensitive to memory speeds, you might be bottlenecking your cpu with that kit.

Not to that extent. I run 4GB of DDR4-2400 to my R5 1600, and I've never experienced bottlenecking that bad because of it.


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Just now, Leinad4400 said:

Not to that extent. I run 4GB of DDR4-2400 to my R5 1600, and I've never experienced bottlenecking that bad because of it.

Then either the video card has some serious issues and needs to be RMAd or he got scammed off one of those e-bay chinese video card scams


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1 minute ago, xFluing said:

Then either the video card has some serious issues and needs to be RMAd or he got scammed off one of those e-bay chinese video card scams

Haha, I wasn't scammed. Got my GPU from Amazon on this link:

https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-GAMING-Support-06G-P4-6163-KR/dp/B01IPVSLTC/ref=sr_1_3?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1527789649&sr=1-3&keywords=gtx+1060+6gb

And what is RMAd?

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Just now, CheeseMilk said:

When you RMA something you send it back to the manufacturer because of an unforeseen issue so that they can replace it for you.


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Just now, xFluing said:

When you RMA something you send it back to the manufacturer because of an unforeseen issue so that they can replace it for you.

That has to be within 30 days of purchase right? Or am I only thinking about returning something for a refund?

 

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Just now, CheeseMilk said:

That has to be within 30 days of purchase right? Or am I only thinking about returning something for a refund?

 

An RMA is available throughout the whole warranty period.

 

Edit: which is different from returning. You return the product to Amazon, but you RMA it to EVGA themselves. That's my understanding of it anyway, if someone knows any better feel free to chip in.


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6 minutes ago, xFluing said:

Then either the video card has some serious issues and needs to be RMAd or he got scammed off one of those e-bay chinese video card scams

Hmm, it's possible. Also entirely possible he's just using the maximum preset and it has a bunch of really heavy effects settings. Can you close everything and run 3DMark Firestrike or something @CheeseMilk? That way we'll know if it's a problem with the card or not.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Leinad4400 said:

Hmm, it's possible. Also entirely possible he's just using the maximum preset and it has a bunch of really heavy effects settings. Can you close everything and run 3DMark Firestrike or something @CheeseMilk? That way we'll know if it's a problem with the card or not.

I can't do it now since I'm traveling, but in an hour or two I can. 

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