I have recently got an Evga gtx 670 and it isn't performing as well as i'd hoped. I was playing Dawn of war 2 on ultra settings and i was getting about 30-50 frames a sec. But sometimes it would drop down to about 10! I thought this card would be able to handle this game better? Alot of games are getting a lower framerate than expected so i'm playing a few games on medium-low settings. But i got sleeping dogs and that is running at around 80-100 on medium. I have a 3.1ghz i5 processor. Anyone know what i could do to help performance? Thanks
I like the suggestion of load lag. All too common in Diablo 3 when you start a new area.
The other day I zoned in on big battle with elites and 3 other players in public game. It was slide show time for a bit until it managed to load what it needed, then it was back to normal. No idea how bad fps was for 15 seconds or so, but it would have been bad.
My drivers are up to date, and i ran a disk check and it came back fine. I had an nvidia gtx 550ti.
It might actually be that because the framerate normally increases after a little while. What can be done to prevent that happening?
Do you have any special drivers installed (like Intel Rapid Storage)?. Also it might just be that your HDD is fragmented.
I can't see any other explanation since you aren't experiencing any major problems. Also, did you do any overclocking in the past?
No I dont think that the card is bad. According to this http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/feature-nvidia-geforce-g... the 560 Ti gets 69 fps at ultra settings. You would imagine that the GTX 670 would outperform it by ALOT. The last suggestions I can think of is go to Task Manager and find if there's any process hogging the CPU. You can also download RealTemp and GPU-Z to determine if everything is right. Check the refresh rate is set to 120Hz. Lastly do a virus check. Good Luck!