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    GL702ZC FPS drop at online games

    Hi everyone.

    I started a thread a couple days ago beacuse I suffered FPS drops in games, like WoW, and Fortnite, but I didn't tried to play offline games. Well, now i did, and realised, I just get these FPS drops when I play online games.
    For example, WoW always sufferes from FPS drops, but when I play GTA V, it runs pretty good at very high settings, but, when I go in the online mode of GTA V, the FPS drops start. In Fortnite i have the same issue.

    I tried it with Diablo III too, and I think Diablo III requires more hardware than WoW, and it runs splendid too.

    So, the only answer i found is that it just happens when i play online games. I tried to reinstall the Ethernet drivers and the WLAN drivers, and it doesn't worked, and I tried to turn off the firewall and it just maked it wors than before.

    Does anyone have a clue what it could be?

    Thanks.

    EDIT: I forgot to say that the internet conection is stable, and I tried with direct connection with Ethernet and with WiFi and with Ethernet it runs betten than with WiFi, I mean, i haven't that much FPS drops. But I don't suffer lag, in WoW, i play in a Vanilla SV, not in the official, and i have around 70 ping, wich is normal in that SV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeros View Post
    Hi everyone.

    I started a thread a couple days ago beacuse I suffered FPS drops in games, like WoW, and Fortnite, but I didn't tried to play offline games. Well, now i did, and realised, I just get these FPS drops when I play online games.
    For example, WoW always sufferes from FPS drops, but when I play GTA V, it runs pretty good at very high settings, but, when I go in the online mode of GTA V, the FPS drops start. In Fortnite i have the same issue.

    I tried it with Diablo III too, and I think Diablo III requires more hardware than WoW, and it runs splendid too.

    So, the only answer i found is that it just happens when i play online games. I tried to reinstall the Ethernet drivers and the WLAN drivers, and it doesn't worked, and I tried to turn off the firewall and it just maked it wors than before.

    Does anyone have a clue what it could be?

    Thanks.

    EDIT: I forgot to say that the internet conection is stable, and I tried with direct connection with Ethernet and with WiFi and with Ethernet it runs betten than with WiFi, I mean, i haven't that much FPS drops. But I don't suffer lag, in WoW, i play in a Vanilla SV, not in the official, and i have around 70 ping, wich is normal in that SV.
    Hi,

    you need used this videocard settings: max FPS limit (this number depends on the viewer, example: my notebook screen usen 144 FPS, but my TV working 60 FPS). Online games: In game settings check this option, maybe used: Forecasting movements, but not need used on gaming notebook.
    On FPS limiter I used for offline games. Far Cry: New Dawn max graphics settings and my TV used 60 FPS, and very nice screen and not dropping. Full time average 59-60 FPS.
    And game playing on battery or AC plugged? Battery mode used minimal power. And tip's: use CAT5e ethernet cable, or 5G wifi.
    On me 70-110 ms ping not dropping. But fortunately this is rare for me. My AVG ping: 38-41 ms.
    Last edited by PowerPein; 04-19-2020 at 05:48 AM.

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