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Bottlenecked 1070Ti ?

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Hey,

I recently got a new PC and in games like Battlefield V and Black Ops 4 I should be able to play on High at 60+ fps, however whenever i set my graphics to these or even recommended settings, I usually get below 60 fps in those games... Is there anything I can do to check if anything is bottlenecked or if anything can be done to fix my components/make them run as they should? I'm playing on 1920x1080 60hz but soon upgrading to 144hz...

 

Specs:

Win 10 Pro 64 bit

i5-8600K 3.60 ghz 6 cpus

GTX 1070 Ti

16 GB ram

 

Thanks for any help.

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Might sound like an obvious question, but where is your video cable connected? Is it from the GPU to your monitor, or from the motherboard to your monitor? It's a very common mistake. 

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Just now, bellabichon said:

Might sound like an obvious question, but where is your video cable connected? Is it from the GPU to your monitor, or from the motherboard to your monitor? It's a very common mistake. 

good point 

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Just now, bellabichon said:

Might sound like an obvious question, but where is your video cable connected? Is it from the GPU to your monitor, or from the motherboard to your monitor? It's a very common mistake. 

Well, a friend of mine thats an IT technician built me the PC, therefore I think they are connected. I mean i see them as options in the NVIDIA settings and such.

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3 hours ago, DanCior said:

Well, a friend of mine thats an IT technician built me the PC, therefore I think they are connected. I mean i see them as options in the NVIDIA settings and such.

didn't answer the question OP, is the cable plugged into the monitor coming from the GPU or the CPU?

If you don't know what that means:

monitor-connections.jpg

If it's plugged into the GPU check your settings and thermals, etc.

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41 minutes ago, ShadowChaser said:

didn't answer the question OP, is the cable plugged into the monitor coming from the GPU or the CPU?

If you don't know what that means:

monitor-connections.jpg

If it's plugged into the GPU check your settings and thermals, etc.

I dont have that type of connection, I use a HDMI

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1 minute ago, DanCior said:

I dont have that type of connection, I use a HDMI

Doesn't matter, is it mobo or gpu?

TLDR don't use the mobo outputs.

With the 1070ti, you should be changing in game settings to see if that impacts performance (hint: it should), try no aa vs 8x aa and see if fps tanks. Drop settings that you don't use until you get the fps you want or the graphics quality you want.

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Just now, ShadowChaser said:

Doesn't matter, is it mobo or gpu?

TLDR don't use the mobo outputs.

With the 1070ti, you should be changing in game settings to see if that impacts performance (hint: it should), try no aa vs 8x aa and see if fps tanks. Drop settings that you don't use until you get the fps you want or the graphics quality you want.

I dont understand what you mean by mobo outputs or gpu

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29 minutes ago, DanCior said:

I dont understand what you mean by mobo outputs or gpu

Look at the picture I posted. What the ports are don't matter, where they are does.

Or look at nvidia control paneldumb.PNG.04b999c365e68c0d3746e9a1ee43388f.PNG

Check if the monitor is plugged in to the GPU. if it is, there will be a line connecting the display to the corresponding port.

Also, it will help in the long run if you google what each port is (DVI, DP, HDMI, etc) and what a motherboard and graphics card are.

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Or, post a picture of where the hdmi cable is plugged in. :) 

That way we can tell even if you cannot. Less confusion is better

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Do you have Future Frame Rendering enabled in BF5?

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Need a list of settings for bo4 and I’d imagine the cpu is at 100% but the frames shouldn’t be that low. 

 

People claim the 1070ti is close to the 1080, so you should be seeing 150-170 frames maxed out. If the cpu can keep up, which I doubt. 

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I dont play on max settings but even then my fps isnt 60+ like half the time. Ill check the ports when I get home.

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Well play bo4, and have task manager run in the background. Then get a screenshot of the usages from all the devices. 

Are you running a gpu program such as afterburner or precision to check the clocks of the gpu and temp?

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On 12/4/2018 at 7:37 PM, ShadowChaser said:

Or, post a picture of where the hdmi cable is plugged in. :) 

That way we can tell even if you cannot. Less confusion is better

agreed, please take a picture of the back of your PC (where the hdmi cord is)

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Yup. Lets see a picture.

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Yeah run a game with task manager open and showing all cpu cores, I think it might be a single thread issue. If none of the threads are hitting 100% look at the GPU. If the gpu is hitting 100% turn down some settings until both are about equal (85-90% usage on either)

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well probably your drivers messed up, DDU and reinstall them.

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Still didn’t get a pic of the component usage. 

 

I also wouldn’t use the latest 2 drivers. 

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