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FPS in Borderlands 2 scrolling from 32 to 55 every few seconds.

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March 11, 2013 3:40:19 PM

It will be at 55... then in a second scroll through to 32, then back up to 55, and so on. I never had problems with this game, and typically had quite high FPS (but dropped a bit during combat).
My computer:

Intel i5 3570K
Biostar TZ77XE3 Motherboard
EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti FTW Signature2 2GB GPU
Samsung Green 8GB RAM
Rosewill Hive 550W PSU

Thank you.
March 11, 2013 4:20:06 PM

Couple of things to try:
-Disable in-game vsync, and enable adaptive vsync in your nvidia global settings.
-turn physx down or off and see if it helps.
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March 12, 2013 7:30:10 PM

wiggbot said:
Couple of things to try:
-Disable in-game vsync, and enable adaptive vsync in your nvidia global settings.
-turn physx down or off and see if it helps.

I'll check now.
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March 12, 2013 7:39:01 PM

Alright, I changed VSync and all, and it does the same scrolling thing except it goes up to 92 or high and does it even during combat.
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March 12, 2013 8:04:04 PM

Try turning the video setings down as far as they go. that could narrow it down to the GPU or CPU
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March 13, 2013 3:43:34 PM

masterman467 said:
Try turning the video setings down as far as they go. that could narrow it down to the GPU or CPU


I turned them all down, and it started at about 120... then scrolled to 80, then back up, and eventually started going from 80-40, and combat was pretty choppy. Even turning quickly made it drop to 40-30 FPS.
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March 14, 2013 11:19:36 AM

Dan the Diggity Dog said:
masterman467 said:
Try turning the video setings down as far as they go. that could narrow it down to the GPU or CPU


I turned them all down, and it started at about 120... then scrolled to 80, then back up, and eventually started going from 80-40, and combat was pretty choppy. Even turning quickly made it drop to 40-30 FPS.


Watch your CPU usage as you play. if its maxing itself out then its a CPU issue not a GPU issue. im pritty sure its CPU, though.
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March 15, 2013 9:18:26 AM

masterman467 said:
Dan the Diggity Dog said:
masterman467 said:
Try turning the video setings down as far as they go. that could narrow it down to the GPU or CPU


I turned them all down, and it started at about 120... then scrolled to 80, then back up, and eventually started going from 80-40, and combat was pretty choppy. Even turning quickly made it drop to 40-30 FPS.


Watch your CPU usage as you play. if its maxing itself out then its a CPU issue not a GPU issue. im pritty sure its CPU, though.


What program would you suggest for CPU OSD? I tried getting HW to work and I couldn't.
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March 15, 2013 4:00:54 PM

If it's something as simple as CPU usage, you can use the task manager.
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March 16, 2013 3:10:33 PM

Alright, so my CPU usage was usually around 60-70% the whole time, but my GPU would go from 60% to 10% and it would fluctuate up and down. It seemed by be in sync with he framerate shifting. Anyone know what this means?
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March 24, 2013 3:46:14 PM

Did you check your power saving options?
if nothing else call EVGA
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