Hello so I've bought this game for full retail price, and I was certain that my PC can run this no problems at all.
After I downloaded and everything, on 64 man servers I'm getting really really really bad FPS ( 20-45) when I know I should be getting 60-120 FPS
Turns out my CPU is using 100% of it, while my GPU is only using 50-60%.
My rig is :
MSI GTX 1060 3GB
RAM 8 GB
I tried everything, configs...overclocking my GPU...everything.
I updated drivers, I did everything....still nothing.
Please help me!
Hey @Giirmo and welcome to Answers HQ!
Your system's CPU is below the minimum specs for this game while your GPU is right in the recommended slot.
This means it should not come as a surprise that your CPU is holding back your GPU. 50% still sound a bit on the low side so perhaps you could try closing down background applications tuning your graphics settings to be more GPU heavy and less CPU heavy.
Irrelevant. You can always find people with worse PC's getting more FPS than you and people with better PC's getting worse FPS than you - this doesn't really say much about anything.
In any case, what settings are you running?
Try reading http://answers.ea.com/t5/Technical-Issues/READ-FIRST-How-To-Get-A-Response-To-Your-Technical-Issue/m... and add the dxdiag and other relevant information to this thread.
July 2017 - last edited July 2017
Try to lock your framerate in video settings of the game
It can help you to reduce your CPU usage, try to set 60 fps first and check the usage.
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Please keep in mind the Minimum Requirements for a CPU to run Battlefield 1 is an i5-6600K
Install HWmonitor here and take a screenshot of your CPU temperature under load (when BF1 is running mid-game)
Extremely high temperatures can cause thermal throttling
Turn down your CPU and GPU to the original clock speeds if you have overclocked it before
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I would cap to 120 or even 60, but most of the time on 64 player servers, I don't even hit 60 constantly, and I tried everything.
It just makes the screen tearing worse.
Have you tried making sure that DX11 is enabled?
Also, try running your Video Settings on Medium-High, depending on your current PC build.
There are also other settings you can tamper with in the Video settings that my clear up this issue you are having.
If you are unable to get this solved, you are also able to contact a Technical Support Specialist via EA Chat over at:
Please let us know if you have any further questions.