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MSI GTX 1060 20 FPS in games
« on: 10-September-18, 15:42:33 »

Hello there. I am user of GE72VR 6RF Apache pro All that time from purchase moment i was using notebook for gaming and gaming performance was great. On the same settings as they are now i had high fps in all games on high-ultra settings. For example, in Dota 2 i could set up max fps to 200 and it did not even drop under 200, but now after reinstalling windows fps is 40 and drops even to 20!!! Same problem is in other games. While playing games i was checking Dragon center and Task meneger and noticed that GPU is not getting loaded.
 Additional info : In NVIDIA Panel primary videocard is Gtx 1060 instead of integrated non gaming videocard.
 I have been searching in internet for fix but did not find any. I've noticed a lot of users WITH THE SAME MODEL of notebook have THE SAME PROBLEM even from 2016 year, not only now.
Of course notebook is plugged to power and uses Sport or Turbo mode.
In FurMark videocard test i've got 100+ fps.
GPU IN DOTA 2
GTX 1060 is ENABLED
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« Reply #1 on: 10-September-18, 16:52:50 »

 after reinstalling windows fps is 40 and drops even to 20!!! Same problem is in other games
Was this through recovery or clean install?
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« Reply #2 on: 10-September-18, 17:00:54 »

Was this through recovery or clean install?
It was new clean windows installed
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« Reply #3 on: 10-September-18, 18:36:26 »

It was new clean windows installed
So your recovery partition is gone ......
Update your GPU through the NVIDIA GeForce Experience app.
And don't use any other generic drivers, only go through the Dragon Center for all other updates.

Why did you wipe the recovery and install windows again when the system was performing so well?
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« Reply #4 on: 11-September-18, 19:45:05 »

So your recovery partition is gone ......
Update your GPU through the NVIDIA GeForce Experience app.
And don't use any other generic drivers, only go through the Dragon Center for all other updates.

Why did you wipe the recovery and install windows again when the system was performing so well?
All the drivers are new. By the way, Power button glows Orange in games ( Orange means that gaming videocard does not work ) instead of blue.
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« Reply #5 on: 11-September-18, 19:58:39 »

All the drivers are new. By the way, Power button glows Orange in games ( Orange means that gaming videocard does not work ) instead of blue.
Why did you wipe the recovery and install windows again when the system was performing so well?
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« Reply #6 on: 12-September-18, 09:36:59 »

Why did you wipe the recovery and install windows again when the system was performing so well?

I did not have recovery. I bought the notebook without Window on it.
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« Reply #7 on: 13-September-18, 16:46:51 »

Does anyone have a solution for this problem?
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« Reply #8 on: 13-September-18, 17:50:06 »

1) I bought the notebook without Window on it.

2) Power button glows Orange in games ( Orange means that gaming videocard does not work ) instead of blue.
1) Where did you buy this notebook WO an operating system loaded onto it?
2) This could be your answer.
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« Reply #9 on: 14-September-18, 15:24:57 »

1) Where did you buy this notebook WO an operating system loaded onto it?
2) This could be your answer.

I bought it in store in 2016. What do you mean?
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« Reply #10 on: 14-September-18, 17:57:14 »

I bought it in store in 2016. What do you mean?
You bought it in 2016 without an OS on it ... From where?!
What retailer of MSI products sells a notebook without an OS on it?
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« Reply #11 on: 15-September-18, 11:06:33 »

I know nothing about the hardware you are using so I am probably totally wrong here, but it sounds to me like you are not actually using the 1060 to play the game, instead you are using perhaps the in-built intel graphics processor. No idea whether this has any validity at all but perhaps something you should check out.
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