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1 minute ago, robby999 said:

So ssd or ram isnt the answer dimming the graphics is ?

Lowering your settings is the easiest and cheapest. An SSD would definitely help as well.

 

RAM isn't going to do anything for you unless you're actually using all 8GB at once.

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2. Getting ssd 

3. Withouth overclocking anything else you knoe 

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4. New gpu. 

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Get a 9900K and a 2080 Ti

 

On a serious note, what's your budget?

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1. Unless your using 100% of the RAM, getting more RAM won't increase fps

2. Getting an SSD doesn't increase FPS

3. Overclocking could increase your fps providing that you had adequate cooling

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Purely for FPS, the only one that will give you that, is the GPU, but if you're having stuttering, might be lack of RAM. And a SSD would make your life better as well.

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1 minute ago, r2724r16 said:

Get a 9900K and a 2080 Ti

 

On a serious note, what's your budget?

Lol i already got these stuff a week ago lol 1k budget

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1 minute ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

For starters, don't use Ultra settings.

 

 

Why no ultra it looks so coool

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6. Drop the resolution scaling

 

Just now, robby999 said:

Why no ultra it looks so coool

the problem is ultra don't look any different to very high or even high depending on the game

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1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

6. Drop the resolution scaling

 

the problem is ultra don't look any different to very high or even high depending on the game

Its just 100%

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2 minutes ago, robby999 said:

Lol i already got these stuff a week ago lol 1k budget

Get a used 1080 Ti and another 8GB RAM module. 

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11 minutes ago, Meag said:

1. Unless your using 100% of the RAM, getting more RAM won't increase fps

2. Getting an SSD doesn't increase FPS

3. Overclocking could increase your fps providing that you had adequate cooling

How to check iam utilizing full ram 

 

6 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

Get a used 1080 Ti and another 8GB RAM module. 

Cant do it just got my 1070 week ago

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1 minute ago, robby999 said:

Its just 100%

you can drop that to something lower for fps

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Just now, Jurrunio said:

you can drop that to something lower for fps

Without sacrificing looks, which is why we're recommending you don't go with Ultra settings.

 

Your games will look the same and run faster.

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Just now, robby999 said:

Cant do it just got my 1070 week ago

Then sell or RMA your 1070, and get a 1080 Ti.

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8 minutes ago, Meag said:

1. Unless your using 100% of the RAM, getting more RAM won't increase fps

2. Getting an SSD doesn't increase FPS

3. Overclocking could increase your fps providing that you had adequate cooling

Actually you can bottleneck a harddrive in a game like GTAV where you load the map as you play, and it can introduce stuttering not found when using an SSD. Probably not the case here but still

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2 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

RMA your 1070

That would technically be fraud. You also can't just RMA a card that's working perfectly, pretty much no company will accept that.

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4 minutes ago, robby999 said:

How to check iam utilizing full ram 

Use either a software overlay, sometimes these can be found built into games, such as CSGO and Overwatch. Or even just have task manager open on another monitor and look at it when gaming to see if your pinned at 100% (Not the most ideal way, but the easiest)

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Just now, robby999 said:

Just need 60fps 1080p on ultra

Out of curiosity, why are you so hung up on ultra settings?

 

High settings will look the same and run faster, that's what you want, correct?

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10 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

That would technically be fraud. You also can't just RMA a card that's working perfectly, pretty much no company will accept that.

Not necessarily. You can RMA parts even if they work fine.

 

8 minutes ago, robby999 said:

Just need 60fps 1080p on ultra

Then get a better GPU. You have no other choice!!!

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8 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Out of curiosity, why are you so hung up on ultra settings?

 

High settings will look the same and run faster, that's what you want, correct?

Yea you sure ? Exactly same i just get drops to 30-40 fps in betweens like in orgins in the city like alexandria yea i can change to very high if they'll get me a constant fps and look exactly same

 

So ssd or ram isnt the answer dimming the graphics is ?

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2 minutes ago, robby999 said:

Yea you sure ? Exactly same i just get drops to 30-40 fps in betweens like in orgins in the city like alexandria yea i can change to very high if they'll get me a constant fps and look exactly same

That's what I linked the video for.

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