briefly to my hardware:
- Motherboard: ASUS Rog Strix 570-E Gaming
- RAM: Quat Kit 32GB DDR4 4x8192MB G.Skill Trident Z RGB CL14
- Graphics Card: NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3070 TI 8GB
- Hard drives: 2TB – Seagate Barracuda (Windows installed), 1TB Samsung 970 PRO M.2 and 500GB Samsung 970 EVO M.2 2280
- AIO: Alpenföhn EKL Gletscherwasser 360 High-speed full water cooling
- Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 5900x
- Power supply: be silent 700w
- Screens: 1x AOC 240 Herz 27 inch curved and 3x AOC 144 Herz 27 inch curved.
- Resolution: 1920x1080p Full HD (Control Panel)
My problem in short:
I start COD Warzone, go into the game, in the meantime I’m over 120-150 FPS and after about 2 minutes my FPS just drops to 70-90 FPS out of the blue, doesn’t go back up and stays until the next round . start again 2 minutes between 120-150 FPS like this and then reduce the FPS again between 70-90 FPS. (Although 120-150 FPS is still too low for this hardware, but I have lowered my requirements)
Briefly about my Windows setup:
- Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
- Version: 10.0.19044 Build 19044
- game mode on
- X-Box Configuration
- Background apps disabled
- Windows updates completed
Briefly about my BIOS settings:
- Revision 4403
- DOCP profile is activated
- Resizable bar is enabled
About my GPU:
– Drivers are up to date: NVIDIA Geforce Game Ready Driver 516.94
About my CPU:
– Driver is up to date: 188.8.131.526
- 2x Warzone reinstalled and reinstalled
- Windows completely reinstalled
- Warzone settings (tried everything high to low)
- All settings in Control Panel (also tested on default settings)
- Graphic settings in Windows activated and tested
- Observed performance in task manager – all OK
- Checked all temps via HWMonitor – everything is ok
- I took out 2 RAM sticks and tried
- Memory diagnostics done – all OK
- Run Windows antivirus program
- Run Cinebench
- Run the 3DMark benchmark
- I unplugged the other screens and only tried one.
- All other programs that are not needed are closed and tested.
- BIOS reset
- Warzone Setup (Attached)
- GPU-Z (attached)
- CPU-Z (attached)
- 3x CapFrameX (in the attachment) (With these attachments you can see very well how the FPS are falling)
- 3DMark benchmark test (attached)
- Control Panel Settings (NVIDIA)
- system information
- Extract from Cinebench CPU
- Furmark GPU
I actually tried everything I found through research but nothing worked.
I had read something that I should change adv_options.ini in docs on COD or something like that. I don’t even have this text file. I entered them manually with the corresponding text there.
But no matter how much this video memory scale does, it doesn’t change anything, I don’t think manual inserting will work. (That was just an idea, but I think I can rule that out too.)
I have reached a point where I am absolutely at the end of my ideas and research. This post is still my last option to find a solution to my problem.
About suggested solutions or better about the solution How do I solve it? Would be very happy.
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