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Rtx 2070 Low Performance Issues in BFV

Hi everyone!

So I'm new to the gaming pc world and was so excited to see just how much better it would be than console gaming. That was until I have had very low performance issues in Battlefield V. Specifically on the multiplayer side.

I was so bummed to barely being able to keep a steady 50 fps in all of the games played even on a mix of high and med settings. I tweaked all of the settings in-game and in the nvidia control center that were recommended to maximize fps and performance. Also made sure to delete and reinstall all drivers and am updated to the latest windows 10 to access to dxr. Still no better than 50 fps.Should also mention that I have the resolution scale at 100% and the fullscreen resolution at 2560x1440p 120hz and all 4 options on the basic video settings to off. Does anyone have any suggestions for me? Maybe it's on the games' side? Any info will help at this point, thanks ahead!

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1 minute ago, DrummerBrent said:

Hi everyone!

So I'm new to the gaming pc world and was so excited to see just how much better it would be than console gaming. That was until I have had very low performance issues in Battlefield V. Specifically on the multiplayer side.

I was so bummed to barely being able to keep a steady 50 fps in all of the games played even on a mix of high and med settings. I tweaked all of the settings in-game and in the nvidia control center that were recommended to maximize fps and performance. Also made sure to delete and reinstall all drivers and am updated to the latest windows 10 to access to dxr. Still no better than 50 fps. Does anyone have any suggestions for me? Maybe it's on the games' side? Any info will help at this point, thanks ahead!

Monitor:

Asus RogSwift 27' curved 144hz 1440p

Current Computer setup:

I7-8700 3.2 ghz     6 cores     12 threads

Gigabyte Geforce RTX 2070 with 8gb gddr6

16GB DDR4 Dual Channel Memory

1TB HDD

240GB SSD

 

 

Do you have DXR / Ray Tracing Enabled?

If you are, be ready to be disappointed...

 

nVidia and EA/DICE are *trying* to shoot for 60 FPS 1080p with Ray Tracing on...

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Are you running with DXR enabled in game?

Just enabling it on low cuts the RTX 1070s framerate in half. Not even those with an RTX 1080ti can even get a 1080p/60f stable with max settings DXR enabled. 

Most are saying it's a waste of time, but remember when AA came out?

It also cut the framerate in half back in the day, BUT now you can enable 16x without noticeable performance hits.

DXR will get better, but for now.... just leave it disabled (especially on that card)

 

As unoptimized as it'd be at the start, it'd be REALLY nice if Nvidia pulled a PhysX and allowed you to choose the CPU or the GPU as the rendering device for DXR in the future. It'd help those with high-corecount over-powered systems offload the DXR and achieve good frame-rates (just like PhysX lel) 

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Sounds like you have DXR on. That cuts performance by like 75%. You're better off leaving it off. 


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4 minutes ago, Chronified said:

RTX 2070s framerate in half. Not even those with an RTX 2080ti

FIFY.

 

5 minutes ago, Chronified said:

As unoptimized as it'd be at the start, it'd be REALLY nice if Nvidia pulled a PhysX and allowed you to choose the CPU or the GPU as the rendering device for DXR in the future. It'd help those with high-corecount over-powered systems offload the DXR and achieve good frame-rates (just like PhysX lel) 

Seeing how strenuous DXR actually is, that is not a viable option. Maybe a separate GPU or similar card, but not the CPU, at least not in it's current state.

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Well when I first got the game I did not have the latest update on windows 10 to allow for dxr. Even at that point i was in the mid 50's to low 60's. That was set with high settings. Then with the update I enabled dxr and yeah it didn't help at all haha. I have the dx12 set to on, I have seen that it actually gives me about 5 more fps on average than with it off. So as of now, the dxr is off and my settings are at high. And I'm still sitting in the high 40;s to low 60s most of the time. I know with time ray tracing will be a huge thing, but for now I'd like to at least get in the 100's for the frames

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1 minute ago, Cereal5 said:

Seeing how strenuous DXR actually is, that is not a viable option. Maybe a separate GPU or similar card, but not the CPU, at least not in it's current state.

That's how they started with PhysX offloading, using a seperate GPU to do the rendering. 

Remember these? PhysX card, a card with no display ports, it's just used for offloading PhysX
Image result for physx card

 

Seeing how poorly optimized NVLink & SLI are today, I think you're onto something.

A normal GPU + an offloader card doing the DXR rendering might be a REALLY good idea.

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3 minutes ago, DrummerBrent said:

Well when I first got the game I did not have the latest update on windows 10 to allow for dxr. Even at that point i was in the mid 50's to low 60's. That was set with high settings. Then with the update I enabled dxr and yeah it didn't help at all haha. I have the dx12 set to on, I have seen that it actually gives me about 5 more fps on average than with it off. So as of now, the dxr is off and my settings are at high. And I'm still sitting in the high 40;s to low 60s most of the time. I know with time ray tracing will be a huge thing, but for now I'd like to at least get in the 100's for the frames

Go into the Nvidia control panel and disable DXR from there, try again. 

Also, if you're using a reference 2070 these are the expected framerates for a 1440p monitor with medium/high settings & DXR off. 

But we're all under the assumption that you're smarter than that and got a non-reference card :) 

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GPU: Gigabyte RTX 2080 Super

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CASE: InWinn A1 Plus in White with included 600w gold sfx PSU and included custom length cables

DISPLAY: 3x 20" AOC 1080p 60hz 4ms ,  32" RCA 1080p/60 TV mounted above, all on a single arm.

 

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3 minutes ago, Chronified said:

Go into the Nvidia control panel and disable DXR from there, try again. 

Also, if you're using a reference 2070 these are the expected framerates for a 1440p monitor with medium/high settings & DXR off. 

But we're all under the assumption that you're smarter than that and got a non-reference card :) 

P.S, welcome to the froum! Remember to quote people that you're replying to or they won't get a notification :) 

I don't see a DXR option in the nvidia control panel. Where is it?

 

What is 'reference' is that the brand? Mine is by gigabyte (if that's what you are talking about?)

 

Thanks, just found the quote button haha!

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22 minutes ago, Chronified said:

Are you running with DXR enabled in game?

Just enabling it on low cuts the RTX 1070s framerate in half. Not even those with an RTX 1080ti can even get a 1080p/60f stable with max settings DXR enabled. 

Most are saying it's a waste of time, but remember when AA came out?

It also cut the framerate in half back in the day, BUT now you can enable 16x without noticeable performance hits.

DXR will get better, but for now.... just leave it disabled (especially on that card)

 

As unoptimized as it'd be at the start, it'd be REALLY nice if Nvidia pulled a PhysX and allowed you to choose the CPU or the GPU as the rendering device for DXR in the future. It'd help those with high-corecount over-powered systems offload the DXR and achieve good frame-rates (just like PhysX lel) 

Well when I first got the game I did not have the latest update on windows 10 to allow for dxr. Even at that point i was in the mid 50's to low 60's. That was set with high settings. Then with the update I enabled dxr and yeah it didn't help at all haha. I have the dx12 set to on, I have seen that it actually gives me about 5 more fps on average than with it off. So as of now, the dxr is off and my settings are at high. And I'm still sitting in the high 40;s to low 60s most of the time. I know with time ray tracing will be a huge thing, but for now I'd like to at least get in the 100's for the frames

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24 minutes ago, -rascal- said:

 

Do you have DXR / Ray Tracing Enabled?

If you are, be ready to be disappointed...

 

nVidia and EA/DICE are *trying* to shoot for 60 FPS 1080p with Ray Tracing on...

Well when I first got the game I did not have the latest update on windows 10 to allow for dxr. Even at that point i was in the mid 50's to low 60's. That was set with high settings. Then with the update I enabled dxr and yeah it didn't help at all haha. I have the dx12 set to on, I have seen that it actually gives me about 5 more fps on average than with it off. So as of now, the dxr is off and my settings are at high. And I'm still sitting in the high 40;s to low 60s most of the time. I know with time ray tracing will be a huge thing, but for now I'd like to at least get in the 100's for the frames

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5 minutes ago, DrummerBrent said:

Well when I first got the game I did not have the latest update on windows 10 to allow for dxr. Even at that point i was in the mid 50's to low 60's. That was set with high settings. Then with the update I enabled dxr and yeah it didn't help at all haha. I have the dx12 set to on, I have seen that it actually gives me about 5 more fps on average than with it off. So as of now, the dxr is off and my settings are at high. And I'm still sitting in the high 40;s to low 60s most of the time. I know with time ray tracing will be a huge thing, but for now I'd like to at least get in the 100's for the frames

It might just be that it's a hard game. A 2070 is a bit above a 1080, and a 1080 is a solid 1440p card, so on the newest AAA title, you might just struggle at  high settings. Try turning them down some?

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12 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

It might just be that it's a hard game. A 2070 is a bit above a 1080, and a 1080 is a solid 1440p card, so on the newest AAA title, you might just struggle at  high settings. Try turning them down some?

Yeah the more I read around it seems that the game is just not optimized well yet. Oh well I guess we will wait to see if any patches help out.

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So, with further testing: all settings at low, resolution scale at 100%, DX12 on, FFR on, DXR off, 2560x1440p I sit at around 100 fps...in war stories. I honestly have no clue what is going on. This is a doop so far

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