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I have a AMD Ryzen 7 1700|16gb RAM| Radeon RX580 graphics and with these settings i cant get to 60 fps, instead i roughly get 40 and there are way too many lagg spikes...what's wrong ? I've heard that nvidia graphics cards are better for pubg but i really dont think thats the case
u said that pubg only needed a gtx 660 to run at 40fps or something however im running a gtx 730 (for the next month then im getting a 1080ti) but for the time being i would like to be able to play pubg at a higher fps than 18
my specs are...
8 gb ram
intel core i5
and so on
please can u tell me how to get better fps
I have a cyber power Model GUA1200BST
AMD FX-4300 3.8GHz CPU
8GB DDR3 Memory
AMD Radeon RX 460 2GB GPU
1 TB 7200 RPM Harddrive
My question is will this run PUBG and on what settings, and how many FPS will I get.
It sucks for me... I have a Pentium G4400CPU... but a good 1080p card RX 470. I AM BOTTLENECKING SO BAD!! I am certain that im only using 70-80% of my GPU coz of my CPU bottleneck... its sad the 470 any game i throw at it runs really good even with a trash cpu. anyways. i have all my settings at verylow and get an average of 40-50fps in pugb.. looking to upgrade to an R5 1600 in Feb. so i can play the game properly.
Playing any online competitive pvp game requires a much higher frame rate than 40-70fps to stay relevant. The issue with this game in particular is it's early access, unoptimised state particularly regarding the cpu. I personally have a better setup than the one mentioned in the vid and I play on full very low. Things like view distance are not important to have maxed out as they don't give you any competitive edge in game. A wee bit more research is required than found solely in this vid if you want to fully understand the graphics settings in PUBG. But all in all a well made video :)
I remember first trying pubg a long time ago with my older cpu and memory and i was getting 45-70 fps in Yasynia..... Now with new cpu and with all the fking performance boosters i have and after all the hours trying to optimize this game... I get 30-50 fps in yasynia for fook sake... EVEN THE TEST SERVER RUNS WORSE
I bought a graphics card for £190 and it said it was capable of running pubg at a consistent 60fps with other pc components relatively good, I'm getting around 15-20 everywhere I go on all low settings, I can run skyrim on ultra settings and get max frame rate.. I'm really confused why pubg won't improve.
i have a pc like 2 times better than the minimum and i run at 140fps on
very low but the problem is that i get constant framedrops like every 2
seconds shame i put more than 2hrs on it so i cant refund it
Even if you max out the fps it's still an unoptimized mess of a game. Not saying it's not fun, but it's a mess. Call of Duty is ridiculously well optimized, no matter what you think about the game itself. It runs like a dream. Smooth like silk.
Terrible advice! Do not do any of these!! Unless your monitor is bigger than 22-23 inch, you dont need AA, Keep view distance at LOW as it will render players but won't render the grass, so you'll see your enemies easier at long range, the rest up to you and your comfort level & graphic taste.
Calling "40 FPS" playable is a joke, right? Sure, you can "play" the game and in videos, it might look somehow smooth. But the incredible lag due to wait-time between two frames (1000 ms/40 = 25 ms) is beyond anything I would call "playable". 60 fps is an absolute min, better 100 and above (appropriate monitor obviousl required).
This game is unoptimized right now, I have decent pc and I still get lagg time to time. So I changed almost everything to low settings and it's somewhat better to play. I have 1080 so it's kind of ridiculous :D
You dont know shit, View distance set to higher renders trees and bushes further away. There is no difference seeing an enemy at 500 meters if foliage is down or not and you dont wanna see some damn trees at 500 meters
'60fps = smooth gameplay'
SURE mate, it's not 2011 what the fuck are you talking. There is more and more people out there having 120/144hz monitors, where 60fps just isn't enough for a satisfying, smooth gameplay
bro, I have an AMD 9590, an MSI GAMINGX1050Ti 4GB, 26GBs of 2400mhz ram (mother board only uses 1800 >:( and i cant even run this game smoothly. this setup runs all my games smoothly, but pubg is just different and poorly optimized.