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    GL503 VM Drop FPS problem,save my son

    I bought ROG strix 2 GL503 VM, it always drop FPS when i play games and it is very serious. I have been checked it in the service center but they found nothing. GPU is functions well:
    1. I have never saw my CPU reach 80% of usage. The highest is 60%
    2. My GPU is GTX 1060 6GB, it seems like is GTX660 NVIDIA

    Please help on how to solve or stop dropping FPS on my laptop

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    There is usually one cause of your problem. Your computer is throttling (slowing itself down) as a computer health/safety mechanism because your components, such as your cpu and/or gpu are heating up too much. Are your vents clear of dust? If so, you can always lower your computer and/or in-game performance settings. In my case the chief way to do that is to limit the FPS to at or below your screen refresh rate (in my case I limit FPS to 30 or 40 most of the time). There are a host of other potential settings you can adjust, such as your Windows power settings and things like V-sync, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cey8923 View Post
    I bought ROG strix 2 GL503 VM, it always drop FPS when i play games and it is very serious. I have been checked it in the service center but they found nothing. GPU is functions well:
    1. I have never saw my CPU reach 80% of usage. The highest is 60%
    2. My GPU is GTX 1060 6GB, it seems like is GTX660 NVIDIA

    Please help on how to solve or stop dropping FPS on my laptop
    install msi afterburner or some other software and provide us information how high your temps are while playing. it seems your machine is temp throttling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumacher View Post
    install msi afterburner or some other software and provide us information how high your temps are while playing. it seems your machine is temp throttling.
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ID:	82979 this is a test for FurMark ROG Edition x64 but so 2 min FPS killed already

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Gnome View Post
    There is usually one cause of your problem. Your computer is throttling (slowing itself down) as a computer health/safety mechanism because your components, such as your cpu and/or gpu are heating up too much. Are your vents clear of dust? If so, you can always lower your computer and/or in-game performance settings. In my case the chief way to do that is to limit the FPS to at or below your screen refresh rate (in my case I limit FPS to 30 or 40 most of the time). There are a host of other potential settings you can adjust, such as your Windows power settings and things like V-sync, etc.
    What in my mind now is most probably is the fan problem. I will go check it again the fan and heat dissipation in the service center
    But i saw the two fans is joint with the heat dissipation board. It is not easy to get a new one right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cey8923 View Post
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    you are using VERY OLD driver.

    https://www.guru3d.com/files-get/gef...ownload,4.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumacher View Post
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    The GPU isn't overheating, but what about the CPU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FULLMETALJACKET7 View Post
    The GPU isn't overheating, but what about the CPU?
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ID:	83023 The cpu is overheating, when i play game(Assassin's Creed Origins), for MSI Afterburner.

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    For troubleshooting, go to the windows power options > change advanced power settings > processor power management, set the "maximum processor state" to 95%. See if that brings the CPU temperature down. If it does, we will try something else using Throttlestop.

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