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Games slow and choppy with 980TI GPU


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#1 thegameksk

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Posted 25 May 2016 - 01:56 PM

Hey all. I have a Hero viii, 980ti, ssd Drive, 16 Gig ram, I7-6700K 4.00 Ghz. I am having issues playing games. Constant slow downs and choppyness. I tried Lord of the rings shadow of mordor. I cant even get 30 FPS constantly. If I try to run on ultra or high I get Fps jumps from 5-20. I tested Furmark for 30 minutes. It didnt crash but my temp remained at 90 degrees throughout the whole time I ran it. My GPU temp idles at 49 degrees. I ran a bench mark and Average fps is 9.39, max fps: 31.51, and min fps 5.90. I have the same issue with Dark Souls 3. I tried Diablo 3 and it ran good no slow downs but the sound kept cutting and in and out. The 980TI has an water cooler installed on it. I am not sure if those temps are a sign that the water cooler is failing and idk if thats the cause of my issues. I did turn off my on board graphics in my Bios and drivers are updated. Can anyone help?  



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#2 Drillingmachine

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Posted 25 May 2016 - 03:15 PM

Power supply? It's also possible that watercooling for GPU cools down GPU itself but card's other components (VRM and such) run too hot.






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