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43 minutes ago, Danimates said:

The gpu is at 50 Celsius and the resolution is I think 1300 x 700 (That measurement is not 100% accurate because I cant check now) so it’s less than full hd

Well that isn't good at all. I get 90 FPS at 1080p ultra settings in Fortnite with a 6700K and GTX 970, and you're getting 90 FPS at sub-1080p ultra settings in Fortnite with a 1080 Ti. 

 

Set your PC's power plan to high performance and see what happens.

My PC with a AMD Ryzen 7 2700x and a 1080TI is running Fortnite at 90 Fps on ultra settings at about 50 degrees Celsius. Is this good?

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4K? Because 2700X itself can do more than 144fps

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4 minutes ago, Danimates said:

My PC with a AMD Ryzen 7 2700x and a 1080TI is running Fortnite at 90 Fps on ultra settings at about 50 degrees Celsius. Is this good?

What resolution do you play Fortnite at (I get 90 FPS running Fortnite at 1080p ultra settings with a GTX 970)?

 

And what's running at 50C under load? CPU or GPU? 

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16 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

What resolution do you play Fortnite at (I get 90 FPS running Fortnite at 1080p ultra settings with a GTX 970)?

 

And what's running at 50C under load? CPU or GPU? 

The gpu is at 50 Celsius and the resolution is I think 1300 x 700 (That measurement is not 100% accurate because I cant check now) so it’s less than full hd

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4 minutes ago, Danimates said:

The gpu is at 50 Celsius and the resolution is I think 1300 x 700 (That measurement is not 100% accurate because I cant check now) so it’s less than full hd

I got over 100fps with my 2700x at 1440p

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43 minutes ago, Danimates said:

The gpu is at 50 Celsius and the resolution is I think 1300 x 700 (That measurement is not 100% accurate because I cant check now) so it’s less than full hd

Well that isn't good at all. I get 90 FPS at 1080p ultra settings in Fortnite with a 6700K and GTX 970, and you're getting 90 FPS at sub-1080p ultra settings in Fortnite with a 1080 Ti. 

 

Set your PC's power plan to high performance and see what happens.

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1 hour ago, r2724r16 said:

Well that isn't good at all. I get 90 FPS at 1080p ultra settings in Fortnite with a 6700K and GTX 970, and you're getting 90 FPS at sub-1080p ultra settings in Fortnite with a 1080 Ti. 

 

Set your PC's power plan to high performance and see what happens.

How would I do that? Sorry I’m really bad at this stuff 

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3 hours ago, r2724r16 said:

Well that isn't good at all. I get 90 FPS at 1080p ultra settings in Fortnite with a 6700K and GTX 970, and you're getting 90 FPS at sub-1080p ultra settings in Fortnite with a 1080 Ti. 

 

Set your PC's power plan to high performance and see what happens.

I set it to high and it now runs at 200fps in areas without many people! Is this good? BTW the actual resolution is 1360 x 765

Also in areas with a moderate amount of people it runs at 60-100 frames

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1 hour ago, Danimates said:

I set it to high and it now runs at 200fps in areas without many people! Is this good? BTW the actual resolution is 1360 x 765

Yep.

1 hour ago, Danimates said:

Also in areas with a moderate amount of people it runs at 60-100 frames

Set effects to low or medium if you want a better framerate during intense scenes. 

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5 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

Yep.

Set effects to low or medium if you want a better framerate during intense scenes. 

Thank you so much! Now I know that I'm getting the best out of my system!!

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