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Getting Significantly Lower FPS than expected

NathanielCE
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I have a fx-6350 and a RX-460 2gb. I've looked at benchmarks of this system, and I should be getting 60-100 fps on most games. I'm getting a average of about 45. I have a 75hz monitor, and I've checked my GPU settings. The frame rates not capped.

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FX CPUs are quite old. They're going to struggle in modern games.

 

What games are you trying to play?

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4 minutes ago, NathanielCE said:

I have a fx-6350 and a RX-460 2gb.  and I should be getting 60-100 fps on most games. 

 

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7 minutes ago, NathanielCE said:

I have a fx-6350 and a RX-460 2gb. I've looked at benchmarks of this system, and I should be getting 60-100 fps on most games. I'm getting a average of about 45. I have a 75hz monitor, and I've checked my GPU settings. The frame rates not capped.

What would "most games" be? 

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yea im afraid that an fx 6350 is quite old and not that great today, have you looked at any youtube videos playing games with your specs?

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I mostly play Skyrim and Fallout. I have looked up videos of gameplay with my specs, and it seems that most people are getting better performance than me, but then again, I dont know how reliable they are. I mainly want to make sure that its my hardware holding me back before I upgrade.

 

Do you think a ryzen 5 2600x would be a good upgrade? 

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1 hour ago, NathanielCE said:

I mostly play Skyrim and Fallout.

What resolution do you game in? How much RAM is in your PC and what is the speed of the RAM? Dual channel(2 sticks)?

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perhaps the benchmarks you saw are using overclocked components, different resolutions/graphical settings or maybe a different OS to you. These are just suggestions and I might be wrong

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11 hours ago, A Random Dude said:

What resolution do you game in? How much RAM is in your PC and what is the speed of the RAM? Dual channel(2 sticks)?

My resolution is 1920 x 1080. I have 16gb of RAM, running in dual channel 1600 MHz each.

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1 hour ago, NathanielCE said:

1600 MHz each

There's your answer right there. DDR3-1600 RAM will significantly lower your performance in games.

17 hours ago, NathanielCE said:

I've looked at benchmarks of this system, and I should be getting 60-100 fps on most games.

Post the videos you looked at. 

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