What are you doing when it crashes, and is the GPU overclocked?
It won't help much because BFV needs more than 4 cores and fast DDR4.
Optimus had a small FPS impact in previous GPU generations as well, but to nowhere near this degree.
From what I know, he has retired from NBR. His last activity was almost 1.5 years ago.
Perhaps, although it should be noted that the video creator tested both the Asus GX701 and Dell G5 and observed the same issue.
I’m not sure if...
Yeah but that difference is startling at times. 256 FPS vs. 138 FPS in CS:GO is insane, and maybe for someone who plays it competitively that...
Even i7-8700K at 5GHz drops below 60 in Assault and Ascension (as low as mid-30s in the latter), so good luck with that.
Not to mention attrition, visibility, camping, braindead gunplay, imbalanced and overly compartmentalized classes, Fortnite, animation...
A locked 144, or even 60 for that matter, isn’t possible in many parts of the game due to poor multi-core support given the age of the engine.
Any Battlefield game is better than the worst BF game ever made (BFV).
Here is the datasheet for the MOSFETs on the front side Vcore VRM: https://www.onsemi.com/pub/Collateral/NCP302045-D.PDF
Looking at the...
FWIW, I’ve seen someone with an i7-4910MQ use 2133MHz CL11 modules in your system (which he further bumped up to 2400MHz CL10), so you should be...
Well the 1070MQ has a power limit of 80W or 90W depending on the OEM, so you're already there. ;)
You're forgetting the x-factor. Next-gen consoles arriving in 2020 will sport 8C/16T 7nm Zen 2 CPUs, so as with every new console generation,...
RAM maybe. 2400MHz is a killer.
In synthetics, laptop 1660 Ti is slightly slower than laptop 2060:...
This BS again?
Eh that's Fire Strike. Barely enough time to heat up the CPU/GPU enough.
This is the last driver that supports mobile Kepler.
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