Yes, it is normal. Your GTX 970 is faster than the GTX 1050 Ti.
Nvidia GPUs are named after following scheme:
GTX 1050 Ti
There are currently 3 prefixes:
GT: Reserved for the bottom-tier cards, such as Tier 4 or lower. The most recent examples being the GT 1010 and GT ...
Fixing this is quite easy:
In the folder where your Battlefield 2042 EXE is (default: C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Battlefield 2042), create a new file called user.cfg. (Mind that you have to turn off the "Hide extensions for known file types"- option in Windows Explorer to do this properly)
Edit the new, empty, file and put this in:
This command is only one of many possible solutions to temporarily fix the fps bug.
logaddress_add xy does nothing to the game itself. It is used for adding external hosts to the game. These hosts will receive a live game log (such as Go TV or client software like HLSW).
So why does it work?
It causes a small lag. This lag temporarily "fixes" the ...
The default launcher should be fine. Launchers do not really impact your performance. Also, I am warning you that your computer is below the minimum system requirements for Minecraft so you may have issues running the game.
The FPS matches the performance of an Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge), so I suspect that the Java process isn't properly utilizing the NVIDIA GPU. This is also a common issue because NVIDIA driver doesn't by default run Java processes on discrete GPUs (for systems with Optimus).
Open up NVIDIA Control Panel, select "Manage 3D Settings" on the left ...
Maybe there's a service that is running on the background awaiting the connection of the game-pad doing attempts to connect every second or so...
What I would do is to search in Windows services and look for a service related with the name or brand of the game-pad, and then stop it.
Option B: Ctrl + Alt + Supr and go to the startup programs, then disable the ...
Memory Access violation could be Minecraft having trouble with generating dump file after already silently crashing.
I would suggest looking into both BIOS updates (to help rule out issues with ram you could check if there is built-in health check tools provided by your laptop's manufacturer) and newest Intel graphics drivers - Intel has notoriously bad ...
I installed and played Cyberpunk 2077 today and used the default graphic settings of ray tracing ultra at 1080 P, the fps is around 50 - 58 avg, not too bad actually. The GPU power being used is over 110 watts. So it proves the GPU is ok, so I am pretty sure it's the Metro exodus enhanced edition somehow not utilizing the full power of the GPU.
The CPU load will drop by quite a bit. It won't go very far down, but depending on builds in your current world, some 30-50% drop in load is to be expected. There will still be network overhead and don't expect your elytra performance to improve drastically (lots of data - new chunks - to be transferred to your client, unpacked and rendered).
You should ...
I'm gonna guess that its from a release of gamemaker that causes problems. (The lag is clearly not coming from the game itself, because with your specs you could probably run at 1000fps.)
Something like Gamemaker, before every frame, checks what the input pressed on the controller is. Windows, not having any controller plugged in, has nowhere to send that ...
Some people that are more into building computers could correct me on this, but I think its a bad idea to run your computer to 'as much FPS than it can produce' for wear of the parts.
Especially, depending on the screen you've got, over 60 or 120FPS your screen can't even refresh quickly enough to show you those extra frames (seems you can run 144FPS, but ...
You are probably getting a low FPS because of the amount of entities. A high number of entities will always increase lag. You may not be able to fix this unless Minehut has different lobbies. If it does have different lobbies you could try to go in a lobby with a small amount of people, which should decrease lag.
Have you tried the following things?
Forcing the game program to use only a single CPU core via Task Manager or Process Explorer
Disabling (via Configuration screen > Device Manager) one of the two graphics cards.
Running an MD5/sha1 check of the files, especially the executable. To get a file-hash in powerShell, execute:
My motherboard has 2 M.2 drives that I use. One a Samsung 970 Pro (1TB) and the other a 980 Pro (2TB). I have an additional Samsung 850 (1 TB) that is used to stage files when I want to move them. I use my 980 as my Primary, with my 970 as the secondary. The speed difference is almost negligible. The 980 is of course faster, but imperceptible at this ...