960m low fps
A month ago i bought a new asus x756uk laptop with a 960m gfx card 4gb and 8gb of ram and 1to storage and ive been noticing that my gfx card is so laggy and i have to play in low settings to get 60 fps Game tested: Fortnite 51fps Gta v 38fps Bf 1 26fps Mirror's edge catalyst 44fps Watchdogs 2 27fps Assassins creed syndicate 30fps Lol fps 192 South park the f butt hole 45 fps Minecraft with shaders 51fps plz message me Thx
A month ago i bought a new asus x756uk laptop with a 960m gfx card 4gb and 8gb of ram and 1to storage and ive been noticing that my gfx card is so laggy and i have to play in low settings to get 60 fps
Game tested:
Fortnite 51fps
Gta v 38fps
Bf 1 26fps
Mirror's edge catalyst 44fps
Watchdogs 2 27fps
Assassins creed syndicate 30fps
Lol fps 192
South park the f butt hole 45 fps
Minecraft with shaders 51fps

plz message me
Thx

#1
Posted 12/05/2017 04:22 PM   
You did not attempt nor allow Windows to update your drivers did you? If so; you will need to visit Asus' website and download/install the correct "certified" drivers for your exact model# laptop. Also; with the 960M most of the GPU heavy titles you have mentioned would have to be run at 720p for fluid operation since the GPU does not meet the recommended requirements for 1080p operation. Minimum= 720p Recommended= 1080p GTA:V= NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB (68% above the 960M) BF:1= NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB (330% bove the 960M) Mirror's edge catalyst= NVIDIA GTX 970 4GB or better / AMD 280x 3GB or better (300% above the 960M) Watchdogs 2= NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 | AMD Radeon R9 290, with 3GB VRAM or better (260% above the 960M) Assassins creed syndicate= NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (4GB) or the newer GTX 970 (4GB) / AMD Radeon R9 280X (3GB of VRAM) or better (760= 95% above the 960M)
You did not attempt nor allow Windows to update your drivers did you?

If so; you will need to visit Asus' website and download/install the correct "certified" drivers for your exact model# laptop.

Also; with the 960M most of the GPU heavy titles you have mentioned would have to be run at 720p for fluid operation since the GPU does not meet the recommended requirements for 1080p operation.

Minimum= 720p
Recommended= 1080p

GTA:V= NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB (68% above the 960M)
BF:1= NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB (330% bove the 960M)
Mirror's edge catalyst= NVIDIA GTX 970 4GB or better / AMD 280x 3GB or better (300% above the 960M)
Watchdogs 2= NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 | AMD Radeon R9 290, with 3GB VRAM or better (260% above the 960M)
Assassins creed syndicate= NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (4GB) or the newer GTX 970 (4GB) / AMD Radeon R9 280X (3GB of VRAM) or better (760= 95% above the 960M)

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#2
Posted 12/06/2017 08:17 AM   
How do i put it at 720p And i already updated my driver from asus yesterday and still the same
How do i put it at 720p
And i already updated my driver from asus yesterday and still the same

#3
Posted 12/06/2017 12:22 PM   
minecraft got worse look from this: https://imgur.com/fR3bATw to this: https://imgur.com/QGe8CdU and to this: https://imgur.com/J3auwp8 plz help me plz
minecraft got worse look from this:


https://imgur.com/fR3bATw


to this:


https://imgur.com/QGe8CdU


and to this:


https://imgur.com/J3auwp8


plz help me plz

#4
Posted 12/06/2017 07:18 PM   
[quote="thegodplayer23"] And i already updated my driver from asus yesterday and still the same[/quote] Asus does NOT list driver v388.xx as a certified driver anywhere under your model# laptop. The last certified driver pack under Win10 for your specific model# laptop is v382.53 combined with Intel driver v22.20.16.4708.03. You have a laptop; you should not attempt to "update" the driver [b]or OS[/b] unless it is specifically listed on the [u]manufacturer's website[/u] under your [u]exact model#[/u]. If not, then issues such as yours (or much worse) will arise. This is because the OEM manufacturer is the manufacturer of the graphics device (card); not Nvidia, which only produces the physical "chip" to these manufacturers. Vram, PCB, VRM, trace, and cooling are all designed by the OEM manufacturer; thus is considered as "proprietary" hardware. In which; has it's own thermal and power limits that can be effected with use of 3rd party (vanilla) drivers and can damage or lower the performance of the hardware. [quote]Run [url=http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html]DDU[/url] to uninstall the "updated" Vanilla driver pack and install the driver via the [u]laptop manufacturer's website[/u] under your exact model#. Mobile units are not like their desktop cousins; thus cannot be treated as such. When using mobile platforms you want to ALWAYS use manufacturer approved drivers as they are often modified for use with your proprietary hardware; as well as, fit within your machines power and thermal limits. Do Not allow GFE or Windows to install your drivers for you. As stated within the Nvidia driver patch notes since R304: [quote] [color="orange"]"This is a reference driver that can be installed on supported NVIDIA notebook GPUs. However, please note that your notebook original equipment manufacturer (OEM) provides certified drivers for your specific notebook on their website. NVIDIA recommends that you check with your notebook OEM about recommended software updates for your notebook. OEMs may not provide technical support for issues that arise from the use of this driver."[/color] [/quote] <<<Most Important>>> [b]"IF" your laptop model does not list Windows 10 drivers/Bios available for your exact model# on [u]the "manufacturer's website"[/u] then revert back to the OEM OS!![/b] (Also stated within #8 of the [url=https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/759841/professional-forum-etiquette-lt-please-read/]Forum Sticky[/url]) -Download both the Nvidia driver "AND" the Intel driver found on [u]Manufacturer's site[/u] (not here, not via GFE) under your "specific" model# laptop and save them to desktop. -Download/install [url=http://www.wagnardmobile.com/DDU/]DDU[/url] -Disable Automatic updates (switch off your wifi) [u]if on Win10[/u] -Run DDU completely removing [u]BOTH[/u] the Intel and Nvidia drivers (in safe mode) -Reboot when asked -Keeping wifi disabled (again; [u]"IF"[/u] on Win10) install the Intel Driver pack [b][u](required)[/u][/b] as the Intel drivers must be fully functional [u]"prior"[/u] to installing the Nvidia graphics drivers. -Reboot when complete -Then install the Nvidia driver pack -Reboot -Re-enable WiFi / Disable Automatic updates and alerts from GFE ([u]only install drivers located on the manufacturer's website[/u]) [/quote] [/quote] [b]If the above does not remedy the issue then there is a "hardware" or "OS" issue.[/b] [quote]How do i put it at 720p[/quote]-[url=http://www.thewindowsclub.com/change-screen-resolution-windows-10-2]Link[/url]
thegodplayer23 said:
And i already updated my driver from asus yesterday and still the same


Asus does NOT list driver v388.xx as a certified driver anywhere under your model# laptop.

The last certified driver pack under Win10 for your specific model# laptop is v382.53 combined with Intel driver v22.20.16.4708.03.

You have a laptop; you should not attempt to "update" the driver or OS unless it is specifically listed on the manufacturer's website under your exact model#. If not, then issues such as yours (or much worse) will arise.

This is because the OEM manufacturer is the manufacturer of the graphics device (card); not Nvidia, which only produces the physical "chip" to these manufacturers. Vram, PCB, VRM, trace, and cooling are all designed by the OEM manufacturer; thus is considered as "proprietary" hardware. In which; has it's own thermal and power limits that can be effected with use of 3rd party (vanilla) drivers and can damage or lower the performance of the hardware.

Run DDU to uninstall the "updated" Vanilla driver pack and install the driver via the laptop manufacturer's website under your exact model#. Mobile units are not like their desktop cousins; thus cannot be treated as such. When using mobile platforms you want to ALWAYS use manufacturer approved drivers as they are often modified for use with your proprietary hardware; as well as, fit within your machines power and thermal limits. Do Not allow GFE or Windows to install your drivers for you.

As stated within the Nvidia driver patch notes since R304:

"This is a reference driver that can be installed on supported NVIDIA notebook GPUs. However, please note that your notebook original equipment manufacturer (OEM) provides certified drivers for your specific notebook on their website. NVIDIA recommends that you check with your notebook OEM about recommended software updates for your notebook. OEMs may not provide technical support for issues that arise from the use of this driver."




<<<Most Important>>>
"IF" your laptop model does not list Windows 10 drivers/Bios available for your exact model# on the "manufacturer's website" then revert back to the OEM OS!! (Also stated within #8 of the Forum Sticky)

-Download both the Nvidia driver "AND" the Intel driver found on Manufacturer's site (not here, not via GFE) under your "specific" model# laptop and save them to desktop.
-Download/install DDU
-Disable Automatic updates (switch off your wifi) if on Win10
-Run DDU completely removing BOTH the Intel and Nvidia drivers (in safe mode)
-Reboot when asked
-Keeping wifi disabled (again; "IF" on Win10) install the Intel Driver pack (required) as the Intel drivers must be fully functional "prior" to installing the Nvidia graphics drivers.
-Reboot when complete
-Then install the Nvidia driver pack
-Reboot
-Re-enable WiFi / Disable Automatic updates and alerts from GFE (only install drivers located on the manufacturer's website)



If the above does not remedy the issue then there is a "hardware" or "OS" issue.

How do i put it at 720p
-Link

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#5
Posted 12/06/2017 09:51 PM   
thx dude it works but the only prob now is that im getting random fps drop every 10-50sec is there a solution for dis and thx for the support
thx dude it works

but the only prob now is that im getting random fps drop every 10-50sec is there a solution for dis
and thx for the support

#6
Posted 12/08/2017 09:35 PM   
Ah now it works just fine thx à lot
Ah now it works just fine thx à lot

#7
Posted 2 hours ago   
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