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Cant even maintain 60 FPS with an overclocked GTX1080Ti on 1440p???

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  • Cant even maintain 60 FPS with an overclocked GTX1080Ti on 1440p???

    Click image for larger version  Name:	image_4344.png Views:	1 Size:	367.6 KB ID:	105404 I have a 1080Ti with both overclocked memory and GPU (+50 GPU, +750 mem). My CPU is a 7600K @ 4.8 Ghz. I have 16 GB of RAM overclocked to 2600 Mhz and even my ring clock is overclocked to 4.5 Ghz. I am basicaly running the computer as fast as I can and I STILL I drop to as low as 30 - 40 FPS on max settings during heavy battles with lots of husks on the screen (e.g. Plank SSD10). While running around the map with no husks on the screen, I get 80 - 140 FPS depending on what's going on. If I drop the resolution down to 1080p, then the FPS goes WAY up. It goes up around 40% and I can maintain 60 FPS no problem, but at QHD it really drops like a brick.

    I even did a fresh install of Windows 10. I reinstalled the OS, downloaded the latest driver from Evga, downloaded Fortnite and started playing with absolutely nothing else installed on the system. Made no difference.

    The strange thing is my laptop is running a GTX1070 and a 6000-series Corei7 at 4 Ghz and I can maintain 60 FPS all day at 1080p even though my laptop is half as powerful, but the desktop cannot hold 1440p without dipping hard in large battles.

    I am not running any unnecessary apps in the background or recording video, but still the game completely maxes out both the CPU and GPU. Look at these graphs from a last battle. This was just some level 52 balloon mission, not SSD10 or something crazy, still it maxes out the CPU and GPU at 100% and holds it there.

    I mean, dammmmn do I need to get a 8700k just for Fortnite? This is ridiculous for a 4-year old game. Modern AAA titles made in 2017 are less demanding on my system.......
    Last edited by Anti-Noob-Owner; 11-25-2017, 12:37 AM.

  • #2
    wdf? my non overclocked gtx 1070 laptop can run 120 fps 1080p epic setting

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    • #3
      I run a 3rd gen Core i5 with a GTX 970 and 16 GB of RAM at 1080p... I get 100 FPS with low action, and it dips to 50 FPS with lots of husks. Seems to only be unique to you running at 1440p.

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      • #4
        Yea, 1080 seems a lot easier to run. Going up to 1440p drops things like a brick. Still... 1080Ti is a 4k capable card. It can run 1440p no problem on all modern AAA titles. Hell, even my 1070 ran 1440p on many AAA titles on all max settings no problem.

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        • #5
          Well, I'm sure you're tired of hearing this, but... it's early access. Give Epic some time to work this one out. I see another thread where SLI isn't supported. That will definitely be implemented, so I'd be optimistic that your issue will also be fixed around the same time.

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          • #6
            i7 7700K 4.2 GHz, 16 GB RAM and a GTX 1060... I have constant over 80 FB with stream started and chrome running in background... most probably your hardware is not compatible with eachother... you has some bottlenecks. With no stream and everything on EPIC settings I have constant 100+ FPS... so your hardware might be the problem here. I have NO overcloak on CPU, GPU or RAM

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