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vertrost
05-12-2017, 12:32 AM
Hi All,

My setup is GTX1080, 32GB RAM DDR4, i7-6700HQ and SSD, but in "For Honor" have only ~30 FPS on maximum settings. What is the problem?
Windows 10 x64, NVIDIA 382.05

Thanks in advance.

UPD: Actually, the issue was with ASUS ROG Gaming Center, somehow GPU Perf Limiter was set on "POWER" instead of "Utilization". Replugging the laptop for charging switched it to "Utilization", so now I have 90+ FPS with all settings on Ultra and V-Sync on.

Lyskir
05-12-2017, 12:34 AM
maybe u have v sync aktivated? that was my problem too i only had 30 fps and now 55-60

SerArthur-Dayne
05-12-2017, 12:42 AM
Make sure you dont have that "resolution scaling" option ticked. (I think thats what its called) If you have that option on and have the slider for it up full itll demolish your frames...

vertrost
05-12-2017, 12:51 AM
maybe u have v sync aktivated? that was my problem too i only had 30 fps and now 55-60

tried with disabled v-sync, same result

vertrost
05-12-2017, 12:54 AM
Make sure you dont have that "resolution scaling" option ticked. (I think thats what its called) If you have that option on and have the slider for it up full itll demolish your frames...

Scaling is 100% without extra scaling, so it's native 1920x1080.

UbiNoty
05-12-2017, 12:55 AM
You'll be able to get better answers with support (https://support.ubi.com/en-us/Games/4315). I'd try to reach out to them through chat support and they should be able to help you figure out the fps issues.

Ex__Machina
05-12-2017, 01:04 AM
i have a very simliar rig as you and had the same issue. i turned off v-sync and that made a world of difference. i also turned off the x2 resolution setting for good measure. 200+ now

pancakerz
05-12-2017, 01:15 AM
have you tried re-installing?
also (this may be a silly question based on your specs, but) how fast is your ram?
are you having issues with other games?

Hillbill79
05-12-2017, 01:37 AM
V-sync only syncs your FPS with your monitors refresh rate (MHz)

My pc is similar to the Op's but I only get 60fps as I only have a 60mhz monitor. It will run much faster if I turn it off but I get screen tearing

I need a better monitor :/


i have a very simliar rig as you and had the same issue. i turned off v-sync and that made a world of difference. i also turned off the x2 resolution setting for good measure. 200+ now

Ex__Machina
05-12-2017, 02:12 AM
V-sync only syncs your FPS with your monitors refresh rate (MHz)

My pc is similar to the Op's but I only get 60fps as I only have a 60mhz monitor. It will run much faster if I turn it off but I get screen tearing

I need a better monitor :/

yeah. iono i'm sure i'm gettin some tearing but i don't notice it often. i definitely need a new monitor tho

vertrost
05-12-2017, 08:34 PM
Actually, the issue was with ASUS ROG Gaming Center, somehow GPU Perf Limiter was set on "POWER" instead of "Utilization". Replugging the laptop for charging switched it to "Utilization", so now I have 90+ FPS with all settings on Ultra and V-Sync on.

Thanks for help! FOR HONOR!!!

Hillbill79
05-12-2017, 08:35 PM
Glad its sorted mate.

See you on the master race battlefield! :D

JamaasK
05-12-2017, 08:37 PM
V-sync only syncs your FPS with your monitors refresh rate (MHz)

My pc is similar to the Op's but I only get 60fps as I only have a 60mhz monitor. It will run much faster if I turn it off but I get screen tearing

I need a better monitor :/

Are you on Borderless window? That'll cause occasional tearing, not turning V-sync off.

Hillbill79
05-12-2017, 08:38 PM
Its the same for all 3 settings.... Monitor restrictions unfortunately. 60fps is more than adequate though.


Are you on Borderless window? That'll cause occasional tearing, not turning V-sync off.