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Do certain mods drop your FPS even if its not the graphics mods?

  • I was wondering do certain mods drop your FPS? cause I was running at 40 to 60 FPS but I'm dropped to 45 to 50 FPS.

    my specs of my computer are as follows.

    Edition Windows 10 home

    Version 1607

    OS Build 14393.693

    Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-47770 CPU @ 3.40GHz

    Installed Ram 128.0 GB

    System type 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor

    Geforce GTX 760(192-bit) came with the gaming PC was running the EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X 12GB SC GAMING, Play 4k with Ease Graphics Card 12G-P4-2992-KR but had to revert back to the one that came with the gaming pc due to the titan stopped working after the fans on the graphics card stopped working waiting for another one.

    Driver version 378.66

    1366x768, 60Hz

    I am hoping that my replacement EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X 12GB SC GAMING, Play 4k with Ease Graphics Card 12G-P4-2992-KR would fix the issue but I don't know if it would or not.

  • @TR71777 Your posts have a lot of unnecessary details. Why do you have to mention you had a Titan X? What matters is the card you have now.

    I have 32 GB RAM, GTX 1080 and a 4K monitor. I get about 30-40 FPS when playing with graphics mods on 2160p and 60 when playing on 1080p. Even the Titan X won't give you solid 60 FPS when using graphics mods, especially on 4K resolution. I've seen Titan X in action.
    I would suggest buying a 1080TI.

  • @V4D3R is the 1080TI better than the Titan?

  • @TR71777 1080TI is faster than the Titan X, and is way newer. You will get better performance. And buy an overclock-able processor. 3.40 GHz is definitely not good enough for me.

  • @V4D3R ahh ok cause I had this gaming computer for about almost 2 yrs now and the VA helped me get this gaming computer so how much is the overclocked-abled of the 1080TI costs?

  • @TR71777 I said overclockable processor. Like 4770K, 6700K.

    1080ti will be about $600.

  • @V4D3R the card that I have now came with the computer at the time it wasn't a bad deal the computer itself with everything was about $1500.00 but got it for $900.00

  • @V4D3R Ahh ok so hopefully I can save up for a better card hell I thought the EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X 12GB SC GAMING, Play 4k with Ease Graphics Card 12G-P4-2992-KR was a good graphics card but I guess not.

  • @TR71777 If you can, move onto 7th or 6th gen. What is your motherboard?

  • @V4D3R I don't know how to look for that cause all I got is the specs how do you look that up?

  • @TR71777 You don't know what? Your motherboard or the generation of your processor?

  • @V4D3R is this it cause I just posted it in the beginning lol Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-47770 CPU @ 3.40GHz

  • @TR71777 I think you meant 4770. :stuck_out_tongue:
    My suggestions for your PC.
    i7 6700K/6850K/7700K
    motherboard with a X99/z170/z270 chipset

  • @V4D3R Oh ok but how much will that cost me? cause I am on a fixed income from the VA veterans Admin.

  • @TR71777 I don't know exactly, but I can definitely say more than $500, if you buy a new graphics card and a 4K monitor as well, you'll have to pay well over $1000. It would cost over $1500 if you buy a Titan X as well with the motherboard, processor and RAM.

  • @V4D3R damn well I guess I'm stuck with this gaming pc until I save up enough to get another pc and that will take me quite a while do to bills and child support.

  • @TR71777 That's why I said to buy a 1080TI, it's not expensive as the Titan X, which is more than $1000. If you don't want the best in the world, you can always buy a 980 TI or a 1080.

  • @V4D3R Ahh ok well I just want a good graphics card that would work better than the one I have now and won't break on me

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