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Performance Assetto Corsa GTX 1050 TI

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by donizete, Jun 4, 2017.

  1. donizete

    donizete

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    Performance Aseetto Corsa.

    I have Windows 10.
    Intel Core 2 quad.
    CPU Q9550 2.83GHZ.
    6 GB RAM
    GTX 1050 TI.

    I get 32 FPS at the start and 42 ~ 45 constants in the race with 20 cars.
    No matter what wick in the settings, it always holds this value.
    Being 10 or 20 cars.

    Is this the maximum amount I can reach?
    My Game Settings:

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  2. Stereo

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    Reflection Quality + Rendering Frequency and AA are the big ones you could turn down. If you drop the Frequency to 'Static' you probably get 50% more fps. Just lose out on live reflections.
     
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  3. RasmusP

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    My advice would be to download open Hardware Monitor, play a few minutes and then have a look at the CPU and GPU load.
    While the 1050 ti might not be the strongest card out there, I think it's you "old" Core 2 quad that is limiting :(
    Try to lower shadows and reflexions, afaik these 2 settings have a impact on the CPU.

    If you want to test it the "simple way": put the Resolution to 800x600 (or the lowest your monitor can handle). Resolution reduces the gpu load but CPU stays the same!
     
  4. paul willingham

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    Get better gpu then you can have all the eye candy turned on!
     
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  5. RasmusP

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    You really should find out if the CPU or gpu is the limiting factor before you buy anything.
    Friend of mine had a 9300 and a gtx 760. Only got around 50 fps in cs:go.
    After upgrading to a used I7 2600k he got around 200 fps, same gtx 760!

    If the graphic settings are not increasing your fps dramatically it's a sign that it might be the Core 2 quad that is limiting!
     
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  6. Enagee

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    Your gpu is fine.....your cpu is the weak link....you will need to turn down most settings. Some point youll need to upgrade cpu
     
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  7. Giorgos Kostis

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    That old core 2 quad is a very serious bottleneck for your system.

    You must change that CPU at your earliest convenience.
     
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  8. donizete

    donizete

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    Thanks for the friends opinions.
    Which processor would you recommend?

    A good cost benefit ...
     
  9. Giorgos Kostis

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    Before i answer that, you must tell me what motherboard you have.
     
  10. donizete

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    I'll have to change the motherboard too, I guess.
    My Asus Lga 775 Ddr3 P5g41t-m Lx2/br
     
  11. RasmusP

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    If you want to have gaming as a hobby for a long time I would !always! recommend a Intel i5 or i7 that can be overclocked (k behind the name). Even if you don't want that yet, it's good to have the option in a few years!
    There are two possibilities:
    1. Buy a used i5/i7, mentioned friend above got a I7 2600k with Asus motherboard, 8 GB RAM and scythe mugen cooler for 150€!
    2. Buy a new one but spend much more money :(
    (3. Buy one of the new AMD's)

    Why that: The Intel i's (sandy Bridge, 2xxx series and newer) are known to be almost undying and are only around 20% slower for gaming compared to the current ones!
    Overclocking: I didn't oc mine until a year ago (bought in early 2011). I just didn't need to. But then there came a few games where I wanted more and I could have it. Friend of mine has/had the "non k" I7 2600k, wanted to have +200 fps in cs:go, couldn't oc it, bought a new one. Spent 400€ instead of 40€ for the "k".
     
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  12. Giorgos Kostis

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    If you got enough money for a B350 AM4 motherboard and the ryzen 5 1600, then you're set for a looooooooong time.
     
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  13. Giorgos Kostis

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    Xeons can also pack a huge punch and its seriously cheap for the X5000 series
     
  14. Enagee

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    Good advice from RasmusP .....If you have any plans for VR ...best to go with a Haswell processor (4th gen). Maybe, sell your PC and look for a second hand gaming PC with no gpu...
     
  15. Giorgos Kostis

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    What's the point of getting another PC with no GPU if he can't play the game with good fps?!.
     
  16. Giorgos Kostis

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    Btw the ryzen 5 1600 comes with a free cooler.
     
  17. donizete

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    I live in Brazil.:)
    I have a wife, 2 children and a dog. Rss.:D
    I can not spend much.
    I plan to sell my mother board and move to an I5.
     
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  18. Fernando Deutsch

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    Turn off post-processing effects and set Reflection rendering to static, that should improve your fsp a lot while not loosing too much eye candy.
     
  19. Giorgos Kostis

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    If you can possibly tell us how much you're willing to pay then i can give you some options.
     
  20. ouvert

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    i have non Ti 1050 and no issues with performance ... with old i5 2500k and 16GB RAM ... my guess is CPU bottlenteck
     
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