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Ahoy fellow captains Just curious anyone here got bad performance on the latest Nvidia cards like me? I upgraded from gtx 780 to gtx 1080 and expected a big jump on graphic and performance but the result failed me with inconsistent fps. With V-Sync on I never had a solid 60fps, it normally 57-59 and sometimes drop to 45fps which is very annoying. Without V-Sync my fps never reach to 70fps which is very weird to be honest because I can run Battlefield 1 on Ultra setting resolution 2560x1080 and upscale 125% at 80-100fps. I don't think my PC is not capable for this WoWs game or maybe this game engine is very poor optimized perhaps? But I do need to know it is just me or maybe someone here suffering the same issue? My god hope you guys can understand the feeling of spent more than £600 on a new graphic card and cant max out your favourite game T_____T My rig: Cpu 5820K OC 4.5ghz, 32GB DDR4 Ram, Gtx 1080 My display: LG 34UM68 34" native resolution 2560x1080 Any help/advice/fix would be appreciated!!! Thank you.
Dash_Barzane posted a question in Tech CornerHello folks.. :-) tl/dr - can anyone please tell me which settings are cpu or gpu intensive, and/or how are comparable cpus doing for others? I've been experiencing FPS drops in-game for a while now, so today i decided to try and solve it - without much success.. or rather it was a bit disappointing, not sure if i should raise a support ticket...or if my cpu is just past it... as it does max out occasionally, whereas the graphics card is never pushed beyond 35%. Win 10, GTX 1070, i5 2500k OC @ 4.5GHz, 16GB Ram - latest drivers, no problem running any other titles i own at Max with good solid fps (Doom, BF4 etc). I saved a replay I had noticed an fps drop in last night; uninstalled game, deleted all old data.. fresh install, no mods. I used Fraps to run a 6 min benchmark on the saved replay, and tried all the settings; beyond medium settings I keep getting fps drops to unplayable levels. here is a sample of the results: 2017-02-07 11:44:44 - WorldOfWarships - maxFrames: 22234 - Time: 360000ms - Avg: 61.761 - Min: 21 - Max: 76 2017-02-07 12:15:07 - WorldOfWarships - highFrames: 23290 - Time: 360000ms - Avg: 64.694 - Min: 21 - Max: 76 2017-02-07 12:05:27 - WorldOfWarships - medFrames: 26493 - Time: 360000ms - Avg: 73.592 - Min: 59 - Max: 76 2017-02-07 11:54:50 - WorldOfWarships - lowFrames: 26553 - Time: 360000ms - Avg: 73.758 - Min: 68 - Max: 76 With everything maxed the average is fine (my screen is only 60hz), but the drops to low are at best very annoying, and at worst making the game unplayable for me... interestingly the ingame fps counter usually reports a lower fps than fraps...those min fraps 20fps show as 10-11 on the ingame counter. As there seems to be a parity between low/medium and high/max in terms of the bench results i got, I did a bunch of tests where I tried various combos of settings as i thought it would be easy to find the settings which were causing the fps drop, but the process takes ages.. and I'm not convinced i can reliably set anything above the stock medium without experiencing the fps drop... scratching my head over this a bit... so...what do you think, cpu past it? bugged? working as intended? anyone got a list of which settings are most cpu intensive? cheers all dash