1050ti

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  1. potato241

    potato241 Notebook Geek

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    Hello, i have hp omen, old model 2016 with i7 7700HQ which runs super fast, but 1050ti is giving me some lag in games on higher settings. Are there any optimization for 1050ti in laptop? I dont play for hours, just like an hour or two at once. Didnt find anything usefull with search
     
  2. hertzian56

    hertzian56 Notebook Evangelist

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    Try to OC with msiab, max out with dual channel ram, fresh copy of win10 ltsc, get rid of bloatware/background apps, max fans in whatever controls your fan speed, game only on ssd, OS on SSD, turn down the settings like AA and other exotic type of settings on lots of modern games, play at 900p or lower/set resolution scaling to lower, repaste cpu/gpu for better temps, undervolt cpu, use win10 max performance power settings, set to max power/max perf in nvidia control panel, always plugged in when gaming, etc etc etc
     
  3. potato241

    potato241 Notebook Geek

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    Ah yes, forgot to mention i skimmed down windows as much as possible and tweaked it. So thats it about that. Evereything is on ssd. I will look in to OC. Ihave 16gb ram, forgot to mention. Will do repaste. Thanks for now.
     
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    honestly its nice running 1080p but 900p looks crisp and pretty close on a 17in and less laptop...just play at 900p should boost your performance drastically
     
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    StormJumper Notebook Virtuoso

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    FYI 1050ti isn't made for demanding games it should be at least 1060ti or higher model to prevent lags.
     
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    its funny a year ago the 1050ti was more than enough for 1080p gaming and now its basically obsolete.....if only the 1060 i own would last the xsx and ps5 generation
     
  7. potato241

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    ikr, but its still good for running most games, now that i have oced it, it runs fornite with no problem, around 80 to 90 celsius
     
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  8. Kevin

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    This happens when new consoles appear and massively raise the baseline.

    The Xbox One basically had an HD 7790, the PS4 a 7850, PS4 Pro a gimped RX 480, One X a juiced RX 580. Now the PS5 has a RTX 2070 and the Series X a 2080 level AMD RDNA2.

    The 1060 went from sleepwalking through PC ports to being near the minimum recommended GPU.
     
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    yeah but i might just squeek by on low/medium
     
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    To be fair Pascal GPUs lasted almost 5 years which is a record for laptop GPUs.

    A 1050ti is between the performance of a 965m and a 970m i think.

    I think laptops with a 1660ti and above will no issues with the PS5/XSX generation as long they stick to 1080p and dont mind running on Medium to High settings.
     
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