March 2019 - last edited June by crinrict
I used to be able to play Sims 4 normally with high FPS, but ever since the first-person camera update, the Sims 4 has been running so slow I cannot play it normally. I have tried many many ways to fix this, but none have successfully restored my fps. I attached my dxdiag.
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June - last edited June by crinrict
Marked as Solution for Visibility. This is still an open issue.
Unfortunately the team has not been able to reproduce this yet.
When connected to the internet, even if nothing else is running, the fps in a couple of games I wanted to play is consistently low at <10 fps, dropping down to 1 fps for a couple of seconds every ~20-30 seconds it seems.
If I disconnect from the internet or disable the network adapter(s) (Ethernet / WiFi) then my fps instantly shoots up to what it should be.
Some googling seems to suggest it's either an old Windows 10 update and/or a Nvidia issue (though I don't see how or why an active internet connection would * my fps so drastically) but no solution appears to be around.
I've disabled and re-enabled all the online access and user data options, etc, in combination with other Windows 10 and Nvidia options. Nothing works.
Any ideas as to how/why this happens?
Same issue. I never had an issue till now. Can play any game that out on Ultra but sims 4 wont go over 36 fps. Never had an issue with the Sims until now
Could you post a DxDiag? This gives us a bit more information into your system and what is going on.
Feel free to delete any personal information like the 'machine name'. You can attach the DxDiag to your next reply in this post.
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your hard drive space on c is running a bit low. You might wanna keep an eye on that.
There's been a few people reporting low fps when they were connected to the Interent or when running discord in the background.
Could you try if it makes any difference if you play offline ?
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