Help:Zotac GTX 1050 ti 2gb Dropping frames after a couple of minutes

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  1. Kevinpuerta
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    I got a Zotac GTX 1050 2gb and if I open up any game itll go from 60fps to 20-30 fps (in game and even in menus) after around 5 minutes
    Even with emulators like Dolphin

    any help is appreciated

    thanks


    EDIT: its not a ti
     
    Last edited by Kevinpuerta, Jan 25, 2018
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    What're the temps showing?
     
  3. Kevinpuerta
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    this is with only chrome running
    Capture.PNG
     
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    Why would you show it with only Chrome running...? Play some games and show the temps during that.
     
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    ok will post back in a couple minutes
     
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    Heres running Black ops 2 the most i saw the gpu temp go to was 41

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    It's not the temps then... does this happen regardless of in-game settings? Try switching them up. 2GB is rather low so a lot of games will lag if you have settings like texture quality too high.
     
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    Yes, games set on the lowest settings will still have bad fps. Ive tried that.

    i could play with a stable 60fps but in around 5-10 mins it goes to 25fps out of nowhere
    in pc games and emulators
     
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    Somewhere, over there!
    Is this one of the ones on ebay? :o

    What's your specs boss?
     
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    Power settings related? It's obvious that it's getting throttled.
     
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    No its from new egg

    650W power supply

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    Specs

    intel core i5 2400 3.1ghz
    zotac gtx 1050 2gb
    8gb ddr3 ram
    windows 8.1
    650w power
     
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    I mean. Can you see if you could change Windows settings for power management, and chose the "best performances" profile?
     
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    oh. Ill check.

    EDIT: Checked and it was set to balanced. Changed to high performance.
     
    Last edited by Kevinpuerta, Jan 25, 2018
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    That still did not fix it.
     
  15. Pedeadstrian

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    Try downloading MSI Afterburner and checking the logs to see if anything else appears off, like CPU/GPU usage maxed or sudden temp spikes. And if that shows up empty, make sure your drivers are updated.
     
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