3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 28, 2016 10:06 AM by amdmatt

    Best configuration, drop of fps


      Can someone tell me the best configuration to be set on radeon settings for higher fps ? Intel Core i7-45100 CPU @ 2.00 GHz, 4,0 GB RAM, Intel HD graphics   AMD Radeon R7 M260 at windows 10 system. This is my laptop configuration and I dont know why all the games have drops of fps, I think that it should run most of games properly. Sorry for my bad english.

        • Re: Best configuration, drop of fps

          It's difficult to help with the little information you have provided.



          Laptops typically have limited cooling solutions, so your drop of FPS could be caused the AMD GPU, or perhaps the CPU overheating.


          Have you added applications to Additional Settings and set them to run in High Performance mode?

            • Re: Best configuration, drop of fps

              Thank you for your reply !


              • AMD Graphics Card
                • Ati Radeon R7 M260
              • Desktop or Laptop System
                • Toshiba Satelite L50
                • Operating System
                • E.g. Windows 10 Pro 64bit
              • Driver version installed
                • E.g. Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.15
              • Display Devices
                • Intel HD Graphics 10.18 ; 1920x1080 @60Hz
              • Motherboard
                • Type2 - Board Product Name1 (U3E1)
              • CPU/APU
                • Intel Core i7 4510U
              • RAM
                • 4 GB
              • I have tried using programs like razer cortex but they did not help.


              I have noticed something. While I was looking for these specs I downloaded "Speccy" from Piriform so I can just write it down, and while I was looking at graphic it says that heat of my Ati radeon card is 511 °C.

              Is that maybe the problem ?


              I am using cooling pad while I am on my laptop, but I dont think he is overheating cuz he is never too hot.


              I'm looking forward to your answer.