GinkaiSensei wrote: »
If anyone is experiencing poor fps with a high end rig, like i7 with gtx 1070 or 1080 but you can only get 40-60 fps for no reason..
I just had that problem and it was bugging the hell out of me, the game was unplayable even though I had above recommended specs.
I tried everything I was reading, but one thing I didn't try was moving my graphics card to the 1st slot. I know that sounds like I'm dumb, but I had it in the 2nd slot and had no problems with other games. For some reason BF1 will only run properly with the GPU in the 1st slot. I went from 40-60fps on low, to 80-120fps on ultra, just from switching it to the 1st slot.
I hope this helps anyone!
Koy0t3 wrote: »
I have also FPS drops and it doesn´t matter if I have the settings on Ultra or low. It´s nearly the same.
The most of time I have about 70-90 FPS....sometimes over 100 FPS and then it drops to 30-40 for a few seconds.
Glad to see that I am not the only one Was changing the settings up an down the whole days to try to fix it.
XFX RX 480 8GB
Asus M5A99X Evo R2.0
ATCRAFID wrote: »
I have aslo the same problem....
my pc configuration is gtx960 4GB core i5 4590 and 16gb RAM....
Its run bf1 on my pc around 65fps but in 2-3 sec its freeze like a mad
that make this game unplayble omg
I done every tweek to improve it but nothing worked.....
i lower my pc resolution to 1280
and gfx settings to low but no difference still same problem and more worse its freeze now 1-2 sec after after
trig0tron wrote: »
Are any of you experiencing this on single player..?
Nimphas wrote: »
One tip. Turn OFF gpu memory restriction if you have a 4,6 or 8GB video card. Only leave it ON if you have a 2 or 3GB card. I was dumb enough to leave it ON with a 6gb card, i gained like 10-15 fps when i turned it OFF.
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