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If i recall, you have bumped your thread multiple times within 24 hours.
And yes, I have played many games, and it does not always stay at 100%
including minecraft where the only limit to the amount of FPS you get is your video card, it uses like 80%
post #52 of 152
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And you're saying it's normal for a GPU to run at 60% and 70%? Really? Check your GPU usage on a demanding game and report back to me.

Clearly you don't know that games aren't all completely optimized so they don't always use 100% of your gpu. Lets say for instance Planetside 2, it is a horribly optimized game that utilizes your cpu more than the gpu so your fps while playing is not that great. I know this because on my PC I have a better gpu than you but I can only get maybe 30-45 fps while playing max. But people who have 2600K 3770k's are getting better fps than me. So yes it is normal for a gpu to not run at 100% all the time. Also if you really have an issue with the temperature then download either evga precision or msi afterburner and crank up the fan speed.
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Clearly you don't know that games aren't all completely optimized so they don't always use 100% of your gpu. Lets say for instance Planetside 2, it is a horribly optimized game that utilizes your cpu more than the gpu so your fps while playing is not that great. I know this because on my PC I have a better gpu than you but I can only get maybe 30-45 fps while playing max. But people who have 2600K 3770k's are getting better fps than me. So yes it is normal for a gpu to not run at 100% all the time. Also if you really have an issue with the temperature then download either evga precision or msi afterburner and crank up the fan speed.
I'm having this issue on almost all games that are demanding, it's clear that it can't be all games are horribly optimized..
And the GPU usage barely reaches 99% in NFSMW 2012, giving me like FPS around 40's most of the time in such a pathetic resolution, it can reach 90%+ usage sometimes which gives me silky smooth 60FPS. Also, in Crysis 1 the game can stay at 99% but it keeps dropping to 70% or 80% then goes back up, which is really annoying in combat because the FPS can drop to around 20 fps or even less. The FPS drops and the pausing occurs in other games too, for instance Battlefield bad company 2.
Edited by Skorpian - 12/11/12 at 9:19am
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I don't think anyone wants to reply to this anymore.
You are just going to have to learn to troubleshoot on your own.
Although, i highly doubt something is wrong.
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Get a higher resolution monitor.

I say again.
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Why would a higher resolution matter? And I don't have cash for another monitor atm. The fps drops shouldn't occur on any resolution.
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look whether you like it or not, you will always have FPS drops.
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Why would a higher resolution matter? And I don't have cash for another monitor atm. The fps drops shouldn't occur on any resolution.

Lower resolution means less use of the GPU.

Higher resolution means higher use of the GPU.

Until you do this, your problem will alway exist.
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overclockmike, my friend built a PC and his GPU always works at 90%+. He doesn't have any FPS drops or pauses, so I don't think I should be getting these FPS drops.
That Guy, so you really think that I should be receiving random FPS drops? And random pauses?
The GPU is actually being utilised to the max I think, the clocks are at their highest and they don't drop when the GPU usage drops, so I don't really think it's resolution related.
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