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Let me start by saying my pc has 0 issues with any other games installed on it. When I start a game I get 120fps, but within 30 seconds or so my fps drops to 40-60 as my hardware utilization is bellow half, that's ridiculous. I have an RTX 3070 and R5 3600 with 3200mhz 32gb ram, this shouldn't be an issue at all. After I closed the game midmatch I checked msi afterburner to see my gpu was being used at 20% and my CPU maybe a couple percent higher, is there a fix or is the game just not optimized at all?
Hello, I know there have already been plenty of threads related to fps's and optimization, but I would just like to find out how many fps's people with similar or maybe the same hardware as me have. On the map e. g. customs I have about 70 fps when not using mouse, after looking around it drops to like 50, I'm curious if I've done what I can about this or if it works better for others. I'll add that I have total lowest settings, I've done a lot of optimization stuff with you tube and generally have some idea on these topics. The game mostly runs on a measly 40% gpu and 30% cpu, (I know the game focuses mainly on one core but I checked it too and it doesn't use it all) my pc: Ryzen 5 2600x, gtx geforce 1660ti, 16gb ram 2933 hz, game on ssd etc. The temps on gpu and cpu while playing are like 50 C greetings
Whenever I load into a raid my game freezes on loading map 100% for about a minute or so and I end up spawning in late and missing out on all the goodies and what not or just getting spawn killed. When I first got the game it didn't seem to do this but now every time I load in I get stuck on loading map, does anyone have am idea why this could be happening? It seems to be maxing out my GPU after it loads map but i don't know why it would just all the sudden start happening. Might I need a new GPU? Is 4 gigs of VRAM not enough? Also all my settings are on the lowest of low... My specs: CPU: Intel Core i5-7300HQ 2.5GHz 16 GB of RAM GPU: Nvidia GTX 1050 4GB VRAM