1.Update your motherboard BIOS ant set it to default settings.
2.Use HWinfo64 (sensors) to check your system parameters during gameplay. And upload here pictures with results.
3.Check your Power Management System. Must be balanced or performance.
4.Gigabite 990FXA-UD3-it will be a good choice.
1.) My bios version is compatible with my processor, I checked the version and the website. There's a single update ahead of mine.. should I update it regardless?
I tabbed out and took that whilst running battlefield one on my auto detected settings (mostly medium and almost 10 minutes into the game.)
Is that what you asked for?
3.) Management is set to performance
1.I still recommend you to update your BIOS and reset it to defaults
2.Your core voltage is TOO low for such frequency
3.+12V of your PSU is not good
4. You have a strange activity from WDC drive (heavy load). Maybe you need to increase your RAM to 16GB
6.Your GPU load is about 50%. You may expect to almost double your FPS, when you will get rid of this abnormal behavior of your PC
I'll update my bios and reset them again tomorrow morning. I'll just go ahead and try that.
Any suggestions on how to fix my core voltage & the PSU issue? I really appreciate the help!
I'm grabbing another stick if I end up having to upgrade the motherboard,
PSU- replacement only
"I'll update my bios and reset them again tomorrow morning"- after that your core voltage must be fixed.If it doesn't, you may increase it manually in BIOS.
Have you got any software for tweaking (and overclocking) your system? Uninstall it.
Newest AM3+ motherboard,For what you are using I wouldn't go with anything less than a 990FX motherboard,Crosshair V is also another good one.
then OC the 8350 ,currently I'm at 4.6Ghz just using the multiplier.
And get a better PSU.And 16G of memory,8G is not enough for BF1.
What resolution are you playing at?
I can turn everything down on BF1 including rendering resolution and I'll still wont be able to get 60fps, it's absolutely ridiculous. I mostly try playing it at 1080, despite how hard it is to play with fluctuating frames. I'm planning on grabbing another PSU & another stick of memory once I upgrade the motherboard.
Thanks for the suggestion.