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Games running like garbage [SOLVED]

Can someone help me? I've been trying to run AC: Odyssey, but my pc will only do 30 fps on low settings. I can give screenshots and stuff, just ask me.

Specs: 1050 Ti, Ryzen 3 1300X, 8GB DDR4 ram, HDD

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3 hours ago, manikyath said:

starting out with a list of specs would come in handy...

1050 Ti   Ryzen 3 1300X   8GB ram

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1 minute ago, Jonas14236 said:

1050 Ti   Ryzen 3 1300X   8GB ram

well.. looking at recommended system requirements, for the performance to be had out of a 1050ti, they aim for 30fps at 720p on lowest settings.

 

first google hit in terms of system reqyirements:

https://gadgets.ndtv.com/games/news/assassins-creed-odyssey-pc-system-requirements-minimum-recommended-4k-1914204

 

the GTX660 from the minimum requirements compared against your 1050ti:

https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-660-Ti-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1050-Ti/2183vs3649

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3 hours ago, manikyath said:

well.. looking at recommended system requirements, for the performance to be had out of a 1050ti, they aim for 30fps at 720p on lowest settings.

 

first google hit in terms of system reqyirements:

https://gadgets.ndtv.com/games/news/assassins-creed-odyssey-pc-system-requirements-minimum-recommended-4k-1914204

 

the GTX660 from the minimum requirements compared against your 1050ti:

https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-660-Ti-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1050-Ti/2183vs3649

Huh, I see people do benchmarks and they can do high settings 1080p with 30fps. Should I upgrade my pc?

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4 minutes ago, Jonas14236 said:

Huh, I see people do benchmarks and they can do high settings 1080p with 30fps. Should I upgrade my pc?

people with a 1050ti, or people with an actually powerful GPU?

 

not that there's anything wrong inherently with a 1050ti, but it's just a given that it wont be amazing at 2018 triple-A titles.

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3 hours ago, manikyath said:

people with a 1050ti, or people with an actually powerful GPU?

 

not that there's anything wrong inherently with a 1050ti, but it's just a given that it wont be amazing at 2018 triple-A titles.

1050 Ti's..

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Open up task manager and see what your system is doing in games. I'd wager the CPU is maxed out, you could probably get a ryzen 5 1600 as a decent upgrade, I'll bet there will be a good sale come cyber Monday.

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3 hours ago, fasauceome said:

Open up task manager and see what your system is doing in games. I'd wager the CPU is maxed out, you could probably get a ryzen 5 1600 as a decent upgrade, I'll bet there will be a good sale come cyber Monday.

Cyber monday HERE I COME

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4 minutes ago, Jonas14236 said:

Cyber monday HERE I COME

First Google-Fu I employed gave me a link to an article about Assassins Creed Odyssey being a Quad Core with no hyper threading killer.  Meaning its just not powerful enough of a CPU.  The CPU you have is quad core with no HT. 

 

EDIT - yup I just read a few articles and looked at benches...not enough cores/threads for AC:O - in fact the lowest one they test with is a 1500x

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1 minute ago, Tristerin said:

First Google-Fu I employed gave me a link to an article about Assassins Creed Odyssey being a Quad Core with no hyper threading killer.  Meaning its just not powerful enough of a CPU.  The CPU you have is quad core with no HT. 

^^^ Yep, IIRC the DRM they use devours CPU perf, it's not just the game eating your CPU. Something with more cores should be awesome (saw you were reccomended the R5 1600, I have one and it's pretty darn good). The 1050 Ti should be fine, they're awesome cards for the price and power consumption. 

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3 hours ago, Tristerin said:

First Google-Fu I employed gave me a link to an article about Assassins Creed Odyssey being a Quad Core with no hyper threading killer.  Meaning its just not powerful enough of a CPU.  The CPU you have is quad core with no HT. 

I don't know too much about PC's shall I upgrade to.. ryzen 5, or 7?...

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3 hours ago, Zando Bob said:

^^^ Yep, IIRC the DRM they use devours CPU perf, it's not just the game eating your CPU. Something with more cores should be awesome (saw you were reccomended the R5 1600, I have one and it's pretty darn good). The 1050 Ti should be fine, they're awesome cards for the price and power consumption. 

Alright. thanks man!

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2 minutes ago, Jonas14236 said:

I don't know too much about PC's shall I upgrade to.. ryzen 5, or 7?...

Depends on budget, etc  You have socket AM4 so any of the Ryzen lines will work in your setup most likely.

 

I have a Ryzen 7 1700 paired with a CRAP R7 260x.  And I eat games alive with it surprisingly so on a 2k monitor.  I mean, the only game I have had to turn down was BF1 to 1080p and that was GPU issues.

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1 minute ago, Tristerin said:

Depends on budget, etc  You have socket AM4 so any of the Ryzen lines will work in your setup most likely.

 

I have a Ryzen 7 1700 paired with a CRAP R7 260x.  And I eat games alive with it surprisingly so on a 2k monitor.  I mean, the only game I have had to turn down was BF1 to 1080p and that was GPU issues.

Yep. I also have an R7 2700X as well as the 1600 I mentioned earlier, and it's a beast as well. Bit higher IPC and clocks than the R7 1700, but very similar. Ryzen CPUs overall are pretty boss unless you need 144+fps. 

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2 minutes ago, Jonas14236 said:

Alright. thanks man!

If it were me:

I went from dual 1090t 4 core AMD CPU's to:

FX 8350 8c/t

Ryzen 7 1700 8c/16t

 

And I don't want to ever down core or thread anymore lol.

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