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Poor Performance on High-End Gaming Laptop (Low fps)

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July 13, 2013 3:06:45 PM

Hey everyone,

So i got a Medion Erazer x6825 with i7-3630QM, GTX680M 2GB GDDR5, 16GB Ram.
The problem is that i do not get the amount of frames a second as i should have.
I get quite low amount of frames then the actual GPU and such can perform.
On lowest (Battlefield 3) it will stick around 25-45 fps usually and whenever i change from Low preset to Medium to High to ultra it may only lose a few fps of a maximum of about 10-15 or so.
And i tried other games such as GTA IV and Warframe and the performance is also bad at there.
VSync is off, and all settings in control panel are set to get the Maximum Performance, so nothing is adaptive or anything.
I do also make sure to run it with the High Performance NVidia Processor and not the Intergrated one.
Can anyone help?
July 14, 2013 3:20:00 AM

You can check temps for your components, they might be holding your performance back. The parts may be downclocking because they are thermally constrained. The only other thing I can suggest is to send your machine off for repairs if it is under warranty. Did the laptop always perform like this?
July 14, 2013 3:23:29 AM

I got this laptop few days ago, and this laptop is a replacement because my previous laptop couldn't get repaired at all.
But i found out when im plugging out my adapter the CPU clock goes towards around 3200MHz, which it should.
When im plugging in it remains also 3200MHz, but when i start up like Minecraft or Battlefield it goes right down towards 1197MHz. That's what i know sofar. And im in High Performance profile.
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July 14, 2013 3:26:14 AM

sander7390 said:
I got this laptop few days ago, and this laptop is a replacement because my previous laptop couldn't get repaired at all.
But i found out when im plugging out my adapter the CPU clock goes towards around 3200MHz, which it should.
When im plugging in it remains also 3200MHz, but when i start up like Minecraft or Battlefield it goes right down towards 1197MHz. That's what i know sofar. And im in High Performance profile.


That's not what should happen. Download core temp utility and GPU temp utility or the equivalents. These applications will show you the temperature of your parts. If they get too high the speeds go down. You would really need to send your laptop back if this is as serious as you say it is
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