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1050TI Running at Low Frame Rates

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pokesquid

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Hi guys,
I recently bought an MSI GTX1050TI. I have all the latest driver updates and games still run at around 1-20 frames per second. Please help.
Thanks!!

MOBO: MSI A55M-E33
CPU: i7 4770S 3.1Ghz
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1050Ti
 

Twitch6000

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Hello Pokesquid,

Have you checked the temperature of your CPU and GPU when playing games ?

You can do so using HWMonitor. HWMonitor can be downloaded here - https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

Some other questions -

What PSU does your computer have?

Was this a problem before getting the 1050ti? (assuming this was an upgrade)

Have you recently installed any software or updates recently?
 

pokesquid

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Hello Pokesquid,

Have you checked the temperature of your CPU and GPU when playing games ?

You can do so using HWMonitor. HWMonitor can be downloaded here - https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

Some other questions -

What PSU does your computer have?

Was this a problem before getting the 1050ti? (assuming this was an upgrade)

Have you recently installed any software or updates recently?
When I was downloading games, it said that my CPU was at 87C and my GPU was at 32C.
What is a PSU?
Before the 1050ti, I had to use integrated graphics from Intel.
I only installed the most recent drivers from Nvidia.
 

Evan Omo

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Hi pokesquid.

When I was downloading games, it said that my CPU was at 87C and my GPU was at 32C.
Your CPU is overheating when the temperature is this high when you not even playing a game. You will need to open your computer's case and take out the CPU cooler and re-apply thermal paste on the CPU and ensure that the CPU fan is in working order when you power up the computer again.

What is a PSU?
PSU = Power Supply Unit.

Its the device that powers all of your components on your system. If you look on the power supply it will tell you what the maximum output in watts is and we will need to know that information.
 
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pokesquid

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Hi pokesquid.



Your CPU is overheating when the temperature is this high when you not even playing a game. You will need to open your computer's case and take out the CPU cooler and re-apply thermal paste on the CPU and ensure that the CPU fan is in working order when you power up the computer again.



PSU = Power Supply Unit.

Its the device that powers all of your components on your system. If you look on the power supply it will tell you what the maximum output in watts is and we will need to know that information.
My PSU is a 430W Power Supply.
 

aashimagupta

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Your CPU is thermal throttling. It suggests the cooler is either not seated correctly or the cooling fan is not working. Can you find the CPU cooler fan spinning? If yes then you need to check the cooler is fully locked down. If everything looks ok then contact the store
 
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