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Hello, so last month my GPU’s performance is like a patato. My gtx 960m 2gb, with an Intel core I7 6700HQ can’t even run games like fortnite on 1920x1080 on low settings. He used te play that game on 100+FPS on medium and now it runs 1920x1080 at 50-65. Does anyone knows why my GPU isn’t working properly? 

 

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Can you download msi afterburner and check gpu usage, temperature and other metrics, and post them here?

Did you download a new nvidia driver? Have you tried using the older driver again etc.

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Check if games use your GTX 960 and not intel integrated garbage 

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Do you have the use to always update 'automatically' through GeForce Experience? it's quite awful at cleaning older drivers and eventually bricks stuff.

 

You'll have to DDU in safe mode and reinstall the drivers fresh new.

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On 11/8/2018 at 6:29 PM, Origami Cactus said:

Can you download msi afterburner and check gpu usage, temperature and other metrics, and post them here?

Did you download a new nvidia driver? Have you tried using the older driver again etc.

These are the results, all settings on low, and with a lower resolution.

Fortnite Screenshot 2018.11.13 - 13.31.23.24.png

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33 minutes ago, Timvdb said:

These are the results, all settings on low, and with a lower resolution.

Fortnite Screenshot 2018.11.13 - 13.31.23.24.png

But that doesn't show the temprature right now. What are the temps like?

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On 11/8/2018 at 12:27 PM, Timvdb said:

Hello, so last month my GPU’s performance is like a patato. My gtx 960m 2gb, with an Intel core I7 6700HQ can’t even run games like fortnite on 1920x1080 on low settings. He used te play that game on 100+FPS on medium and now it runs 1920x1080 at 50-65. Does anyone knows why my GPU isn’t working properly? 

 

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