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Apex Pc requirements

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Apex Pc requirements

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I have and Intel i7, more than 12 GB of ram, geforce 1070. I was running the game at a decent resolution with at least 60 fps. Now the game is forcing me to play on a low resolution or it's just super laggy. I dont understand what changed and why I cant play it at higher settings now

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Sorry to hear that you are having issues @WhenDarkFalls.

 

Looking at your DxDiag and the first thought I have is, are you sure that you are running the game on your 1070 and not the integrated card?

 

To change from your integrated card to your Nvidia card:

  • Open "Nvidia Control Panel".
  • Select "Manage 3D Settings" under 3D Settings.
  • Click on "Program Settings" tab and then select the program you want to run.
  • Select "Preferred graphics processor" in drop-down menu and then select use the dedicated graphics card, select High-performance Nvidia processor.

Let me know how you get on.


Darko

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Hey @WhenDarkFalls !

 

Can you drop a dxdiag file for us tech wizards so we have a little bit more information?

 

 

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here ya go

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Community Manager

Sorry to hear that you are having issues @WhenDarkFalls.

 

Looking at your DxDiag and the first thought I have is, are you sure that you are running the game on your 1070 and not the integrated card?

 

To change from your integrated card to your Nvidia card:

  • Open "Nvidia Control Panel".
  • Select "Manage 3D Settings" under 3D Settings.
  • Click on "Program Settings" tab and then select the program you want to run.
  • Select "Preferred graphics processor" in drop-down menu and then select use the dedicated graphics card, select High-performance Nvidia processor.

Let me know how you get on.


Darko

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