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Getting very low fps, like sub-20... which is questionable because i think i have very decent specs?

Question asked by albinoguidici on Sep 20, 2019
Latest reply on Jan 9, 2020 by kingfish

Hey guys, i just bought a gaming PC, if i had to convert to US Dollars it probably cost around $1200. I have a Ryzen 5 3400G with Radeon Vega RX 11 Graphics and 16GB DDR4 RAM and 2GB Vram. When I'm in the menus of games i get a good 120-140 frames, once it went up to 180. But as soon as i go back into the game it drops to an average of around 15-20 fps even with everything set on the lowest it can possibly go, AA off, blur off, bloom off, all that stuff. even old games like DS2 only ran at a constant 25 fps and I'm loosing my mind. i know it shouldn't be performing this badly and I've tried everything: uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, resetting windows, disabling game DVR, forcing my PC to use the graphics card on certain programs, going into power options and setting everything on performance , going into HIGH-KEY_LOCAL and going into Software, creating a new file and setting those other settings on 0, decreasing my paging size, deactivating game mode and nothing changes. the funny thing is is that it doesn't matter if i set the graphics settings to high or low, or even ultra because the fps does not change at all. I'm so lost and confused and out of options, i really need someone who knows what there doing to help. the only thing i think could be a problem is the fact that its a single channel, and not a dual channel DDR4. I've researched thoroughly about that online and I'm torn between whether or not it makes a difference. even if it does it cant be so significant that i get the fps of a 2005 Windows XP Intel INTEGRATED when I'm running any game!