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94RD
56 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
edited September 4
I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

My setup:
144Hz screen
Windows 10 Home
Intel Core i7 6700K
ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
128 GB + 256 GB SSD

On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
Does anyone have a solution?

Comments

  • Shme1e
    12 postsMember, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    some ppl say that this game needs cpu's with more than 4 cores. maybe if you sell your i7 out and buy ryzen 7 with beer from odd money, to get relax if it's doesn't help :D
  • 94RD
    56 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    Dude WTF are you talking about?
  • Mord-Vi
    449 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    What resolution are your playing in and does it happen regardless of graphic settings?
  • ILoveSlam
    91 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.
  • Jinko_itx
    135 postsMember, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    edited September 5
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    GPU restriction should be on, if you turn it off your only going to slow down the memory speed on you video card because you are now "sharing" your RAM with your VRAM.
  • ILoveSlam
    91 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    Jinko_itx wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    GPU restriction should be on, if you turn it off your only going to slow down the memory speed on you video card because you are now "sharing" your RAM with your VRAM.

    I've just been told to have it off, not done any noticeable harm for me
  • 94RD
    56 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    Mord-Vi wrote: »
    What resolution are your playing in and does it happen regardless of graphic settings?

    I'm playing on 1920x1080. Yes even happen on low settings.
  • 94RD
    56 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    Thank you. Im gonna try this in a few hours when I get home.
  • ILoveSlam
    91 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    Thank you. Im gonna try this in a few hours when I get home.

    You're welcome, hope it works.
  • 94RD
    56 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    Thank you. Im gonna try this in a few hours when I get home.

    You're welcome, hope it works.

    I did not help me :(
  • MazerJocaPT
    13 postsMember, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    edited September 5
    are you experiencing isues after this new update (today) or?
    Because i can play this game at maximum settings without any problems or even fps drop.
    My pc settings:

    FX - 8350 Eight-core 4.0Ghz Unlocked 16MB cache
    8GB ddr3 1600Mhz dual channel
    Radeon R9 380 4GB GDDR5 256-bits
    Windows 10 Pro x64

    Playing at Ultra settings
  • ILoveSlam
    91 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    Thank you. Im gonna try this in a few hours when I get home.

    You're welcome, hope it works.

    I did not help me :(

    Turn Vsync on then through nvidia, settings to medium, ssao, ffxa off, gpu restriction on
  • 94RD
    56 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    are you experiencing isues after this new update (today) or?
    Because i can play this game at maximum settings without any problems or even fps drop.
    My pc settings:

    FX - 8350 Eight-core 4.0Ghz Unlocked 16MB cache
    8GB ddr3 1600Mhz dual channel
    Radeon R9 380 4GB GDDR5 256-bits
    Windows 10 Pro x64

    Playing at Ultra settings

    Nope, had this problem before as well...
  • 94RD
    56 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    Thank you. Im gonna try this in a few hours when I get home.

    You're welcome, hope it works.

    I did not help me :(

    Turn Vsync on then through nvidia, settings to medium, ssao, ffxa off, gpu restriction on

    With this setup, it should be possible to play on ultra...
  • RichAC
    58 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield, Battlefield 1 Member
    edited September 5
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    This is perfectly normal man. Happens in all games. Depends on map how many people in server and if in heavy action. You can easily drop 20 fps. Everyone does... Even a previous poster says they go from 120 to 100 at times.

    You can try lowering your settings like the previous poster did to get higher frame rate, but then I would suggest capping your framerate at the lowest if it dipping bothers you.

    If you are having stuttering issues that is a separate issue. You can check if your cpu is spiking to 100% load when this happens, which is the case with me. My i7-7700k spikes to 100% on 1440 ultra on occasion and can cause a hitch. my 1070 is always at 90-99% load. This game is just a beast.

    Also disable as many services as you can so nothing is using cpu load. I also added another 16gb of ram just in case cpu prefers that, though not 100% positive it helps. I only have stutters on the rare occassion now and it could be due to server load issues.
  • 94RD
    56 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    RichAC wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    This is perfectly normal man. Depends on map how many people in server and if in heavy action. You can easily drop 20 fps. Everyone does...

    I understand I get some FPS drops in heavy combat, but not all the time right?
  • Kajjal
    630 postsMember, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    94RD wrote: »
    RichAC wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    This is perfectly normal man. Depends on map how many people in server and if in heavy action. You can easily drop 20 fps. Everyone does...

    I understand I get some FPS drops in heavy combat, but not all the time right?

    It depends what is going on, on the screen and which map you are on. My fps varies from 100 to 144.

    When fps drops go straight into task manager to see what apart from bf1 is using cpu , you may be able to turn it off or disable it. I found super fetch kept using the cpu in game causing fps to drop a lot so indisabled it.
  • ILoveSlam
    91 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    Thank you. Im gonna try this in a few hours when I get home.

    You're welcome, hope it works.

    I did not help me :(

    Turn Vsync on then through nvidia, settings to medium, ssao, ffxa off, gpu restriction on

    With this setup, it should be possible to play on ultra...

    It should, but your frames will be less. The game optimization is not great on this game, it should be possible for me to max it but I can't if I want my frames sadly
  • 94RD
    56 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    Thank you. Im gonna try this in a few hours when I get home.

    You're welcome, hope it works.

    I did not help me :(

    Turn Vsync on then through nvidia, settings to medium, ssao, ffxa off, gpu restriction on

    With this setup, it should be possible to play on ultra...

    It should, but your frames will be less. The game optimization is not great on this game, it should be possible for me to max it but I can't if I want my frames sadly

    You have a point here. I still got drops to 65, but its a little bit better. But still the question, with my setup, should it drop so low?
    A few months ago, with no DLC released yet, I had no problem at all and in every map around 90 FPS stable... Does the new DLC's so much impact?
  • ILoveSlam
    91 postsMember, Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield, Battlefield 1, CTE Member
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    ILoveSlam wrote: »
    94RD wrote: »
    I'm having trouble with Battlefield 1. I'm constantly suffering from FPS drops. This happens a little bit in each folder. I'm running a clean version of Windows 10 with the latest updates. Origin in game turned off, NVIDIA overlay turned off, game mode turned off, XBOX app removed, but nothing helps. Running in DX11 (DX12 dont work).

    My setup:
    144Hz screen
    Windows 10 Home
    Intel Core i7 6700K
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB
    16 GB RAM (Dual Channel)
    128 GB + 256 GB SSD

    On average I have an FPS of about 80-90, but constant drops to 70-60 and sometimes even less ....
    Does anyone have a solution?

    I have

    Gtx 1070 Seahawk X 8gb
    16gb ram
    i7 4790k
    144hz monitor
    Windows 10 Home latest.
    (Check your Nvidia drivers)

    I was in the same boat. Try this, it has helped me and I get 120fps in-game, sometimes it drops to 100-109, sometimes it goes higher, depending on server too.

    Turn Vsync off in Nvidia control panel.
    Create custom user.cfg file to cap your fps, leave a couple fps free, so if 144hz for example, cap it to 142.29 or whatever suits your rig.
    I turned my settings to high, FXAA Medium, SSAO. 100 resolution, 144hz in-game. GPU Restriction off, V-sync in-game off.
    I'm also having the xbox app on still, nvidia overlay on and origin in-game on so surely this should help you. Keep on DX11 too.

    Thank you. Im gonna try this in a few hours when I get home.

    You're welcome, hope it works.

    I did not help me :(

    Turn Vsync on then through nvidia, settings to medium, ssao, ffxa off, gpu restriction on

    With this setup, it should be possible to play on ultra...

    It should, but your frames will be less. The game optimization is not great on this game, it should be possible for me to max it but I can't if I want my frames sadly

    You have a point here. I still got drops to 65, but its a little bit better. But still the question, with my setup, should it drop so low?
    A few months ago, with no DLC released yet, I had no problem at all and in every map around 90 FPS stable... Does the new DLC's so much impact?

    Your set up should be fine man, it's similar to mine, I can't answer why I'm afraid. I guess it is just the way the game is optimised but I could be wrong.
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