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    Default FPS Fluctuating alot. hopefully someone in here can help? :)

    Posting the same as i did on reddit here


    I am mainly playing PUBG. getting anywhere from 144 to 6 FPS. but usually 40-50 fps. does not feel stable but that's what the counter says. i will add a detail at the end of the post that might be helpful.



    my pc specs: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05536436

    my PSU is the one thing that is making me a bit worried.



    UserBenchmarks: Game 69%, Desk 74%, Work 39%

    CPU: Intel Core i5-7400 - 68.9%

    GPU: Nvidia GTX 1070 - 74.1%

    SSD: Samsung MZ7LN256HMJP-000H1 256GB - 120.4%

    HDD: WD Blue 1TB (2012) - 97.8%

    RAM: Micron 8ATF1G64AZ-2G3B1 1x8GB - 43.7%

    MBD: HP 870-250no



    what iv'e tried:

    - Updated all drivers :^)

    - overclocker GPU.

    -"underclocked" GPU

    - turning down all settings in pubg.

    - messed around with Nvidia controlpanel settings.



    additional information:

    my pc did not display anything on screen, power keyboard or mouse. the way i "fixed" this was by reseating all cables. draining PSU, then plug only the power cable in again and start wait 5 sec and then plug all cables in again. i came across this setting called fast start up which i disabled and it seems to be working fine now.



    thanks in advace for any input on this

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    Well,

    IDK what you are describing exactly.

    The game just plays real inconsistent?

    The first thing I would do is add more memory. You have a dual channel CPU that is only accessing a single channel memory (single stick)
    8GB might be "enough" memory, but you are handicapping your system with the single channel, rather than dual channel access.

    The PSU is the OEM that came with the system, while it is less than optimal for that graphics card...it is unlikely to have an effect on how an individual game plays.
    If the game shuts down and causes a reboot....then you might look at the load being too high for the PSU.
    However, frame rate variation is not a usual symptom of PSU failure.

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