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  1. Well I'm not completly sure about the onboard graphics but I can't choose it anywhere so it's not currently using it. Also did a full system benchmark and my 1070 was performing at like 20% what it should. Yesterday I installed DDU, and installed new drivers but it didn't seem to change anything. Gonna check the temps again to see if there's something I'm missing.
  2. #1 I've had this laptop for over 3 years now. It's an Omen 17 laptop with a GTX 1070 and a i7 6700HQ. I used to play COD:MW at 100 fps, almost everything on Ultra at 1080p. I went to play today and I almost couldn't reach 40 with everything on low at 720p... The temperatures are fine, nothing's changed about this laptop. Did the GPU just fry itself? I did try to play Mafia 1 Remake on it and had the same result. It's not using any onboard graphics cards as my laptop doesn't have one (as far as I know). Is it just dead?
  3. Yeah I'll just play on DX11 for now, I'll wait and see if there's an update or something of the sorts that fixes it! Thanks anyways!
  4. Is it a common thing for RTX cards to work badly with DX12? And is there any way to fix it? Because you would have to use dx12 to use ray tracing right?
  5. For usage I was using windows' task manager. I know it's probably not the most accurate tool. As for temps I'm using afterburner and they stay about ~50ºC when gaming. I'm downloading DDU now. I just tried BF5 and it ran perfectly with DX 11! Shouldn't an RTX 2070 super, in theory, run better with DX12 enabled? And yes, I'm sure, it's not a prebuilt system. So it seems DX12 was the problem. Which is strange since I don't know if Metro Exodus was using DX12.
  6. Like the title says, while playing games my GPU usage stays at 0% usage, not matter the graphics settings. I tried to play Battlefield 5 but it was unplayble due to lag and stutter while my graphics card sat at about 0% and went up to 5% at most. These were the fixes I tried: -Changed the power plan on Windows to High performance. -Checked to see if in that power plan PCIExpress power management was off. -On Nvidias control panel selected the correct GPU instead of being automatic on the 3D settings. -Still on the 3D settings page I picked maximum performance on the power manag
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