Solved I7-7700 1060 3gb low fps

September 3, 2017 at 12:23:10
Specs: Windows 10
A buddy of mine recently bought a pre-built computer with an I7-7700k and a 1060 3gb graphics card. The computer came with 16gb of ram at 2133MHz. He is using the ASUS Prime H270-plus motherboard. He is able to maintain 60fps in all of the games he has played, but in all the benchmarks and tests I've watched from other people with the same setup, they are getting 100~150fps. The main game this is happening in is rocket league. I expected him to be getting around 120~140fps, but he is getting around 60 instead. I have already tried checking to make sure the power cable is connected completely to the gpu. I have also already made sure his computer is in high performance mode.

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September 5, 2017 at 05:18:52
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The first step on factory built computers is to uninstall all of the junk software he will never use. Then go into the settings of other software and set them so that they do not launch with Windows and are not running in the background all of the time.
Then Update the drivers from the system manufacture's site except for the graphics driver which should be updated from NVidia web site. Download the additional performance software for the graphics card as well.
Then Update Windows.
Then check in Task Manager for anything else taking CPU or RAM when at idle and remove or set not to launch as well. Do not do this for Microsoft, Windows, Intel, or NVidia items. Google anything not clear to you what it is for.
Make sure there has only been one antivirus installed. Even an antivirus program that was tried may have parts left behind that is causing issues. Use uninstaller from program's web site to remove remains (especially if it came with Norton or McAfee preinstalled or free trial that was tried).

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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October 5, 2017 at 01:03:13
disable Vsync


Simple solutions are often the best

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