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Update, now after a while, fps drop like this:
And they don't ever get up again until I reinstall the drivers. After doing so, I get ~60fps again for a while, then suddenly they drop to 20fps and I never see them up again. This only happens with Assassin's Creed Valhalla though.
@donmartins Hello mate something strange in your configuration. Can you show us from the ingame monitoring feature the whole information i would like to see FPS chart. Don't cut the screenshot and show us the whole ingame monitoring window after playing 5 minutes for example. And show us all your ingame preset setting and display setting. Thanks in advance.
Howdy @El-Kashi , and thank you myself
You mean this monitor:
Here are the graphical settings:
I apologize the portuguese, but whenever I change UI language, it restarts the game and when I get in-game it reverts to portuguese. Graphical settings clearly persist as you can noticeable see the changes in quality. "Baixo" means "low" and "médio" means "medium". If you need me to translate nything else, don't hesitate to ask. Changing graphical settings to "medium" or "high" or ever "ultra high" seem to have little to no impact. Same goes for resolution and enabling / disabling HDR.
Here are my PC specs:
- CPU: Intel Core i7 7700k (without any custom overclock);
- Graphics card: MSI RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio (GeForce Driver v461.09, installed after using DFU on old drivers)
- Motheboard: Maximus IX Hero (BIOS v1301)
- RAM: 32GB DDR4 @ 3000MHz (dual channel)
- Storage: m.2 SSD (not NVMe) with an 16GB optane cache module
- PSU: EVGA 1000 GQ (1000W)
No matter how much I lower my resolution or graphical settings, the benchmark always give em around the same results.
Here's a thing I noticed: when I run the benchmark, the benchmark itself gives me these CPU usage values:
However, if, at the same time I check Task Manager, I can rather see this:
Please notice two things: not only it is underclocking my CPU severelly, or at least showing a much lower value than the base clock (4.20 GHz), as the CPU load is shown stable at around 18% and not 59 or 97/98% (I fail to understand why two values on the Assassin's Creed Valhalla benchmarking tool). As soon as I quit Assassin's Creed Valhalla, the Task Manager shows 4.20GHz again and drops load to around 5 or 6%.
I don't have issues like this with any other game in my collection. Just been playing another high demanding game that came out last year, maxed out at 4k, with stable 60 fps (the highest refresh rate my screen supports).
My temperatures are stable as well:
- CPU: idle: ~28ºC, in game, max: 50ºC
- GPU: idle: ~35ºC, in game, max: 64ºC
I don't know what else to do, any help is appreciated.