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FPS drops due to lag possible?

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In battlefield 1, some games i play the fps drops to the low 50's pretty often. While others its a consistent 60. Is it possible those fps drops are due to lag?

 

 

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As in, network lag, like a high ping?  That shouldn't really play a factor I don't think but it depends how the game is made I guess.

If that's not what you mean then people would generally say that the fps drops are lag.

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Battlefield 1 is very heavy on CPU. Even with my 1070, I get those numbers. 

 

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BF1 has issues

 

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17 hours ago, Shreyas1 said:

Battlefield 1 is very heavy on CPU. Even with my 1070, I get those numbers. 

I have an i7/8700k

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17 hours ago, Finwillwin said:

What CPU, what ping, and how much ram do you have?

1070TI

i7 8700K

16 GB DDR4

 

Vsync on, 1440p 60hz

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