04-17-2017 11:48 PM
I bought this computer at October 2016 and I had fps drop problem since then. In February 2017 sent it to the service and they changed my computer and sent me new one but new one have same problem. I sent it again and they updated graphic drivers and bios, recovered system and they did the benchmark test and said: compared with equivalent computers and doesn't have any hardware problems. But i still have same problem. I tried everything (uninstall and install drivers, geforce experience optimization, nvidia control panel, turn off xbox dvr, power options...). Before i send it again i wanted to ask it here. Can someone help me for this problem?
Also, when i run the game in power saver or balanced options i don't see fps drops but this time starting the heating and fps decreasing. In high performance option fps regularly drops.
This is my computer specs:
This is my upload, you can see the fps drops (same in all games):
04-19-2017 07:04 AM - edited 04-19-2017 07:12 AM
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I understand that you’ve done excellent troubleshooting and the issue is not fixed and there are frame rate drops when you play games.
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