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Low FPS on Total War games...only

paulhenri.griveaux@yahoo.fr[email protected] Registered Users Posts: 1
edited October 2019 in Technology
Hi everyone !

I'm asking for your help because I play Attila, Thrones of Britannia and Warhammer Total War but in battle the game is laggy I have low fps FPS (about 30-40 in medium battles and 20-30 in big battles and sieges).

I play with everything in ultra except shadows, no blur and no depth of field.

I can run every game in ultra with plenty of FPS but not these.

My specs are :
Intel Core i9-9900K (3.6 GHz / 5.0 GHz)
EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN Gaming, 11 Go
Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 64 Go (4x 16 Go) DDR4 3466 MHz CL16

My GPU drivers are up to date.

I just don't understand...

Thanks for your help !


  • psychoakpsychoak Registered Users Posts: 3,095
    edited October 2019
    Welcome to the wonderful world of single threading.

    Your performance is completely normal. You'd need like an 8Ghz processor to actually maintain 60fps in a double stacks battle.

    If CA ever makes the switch to a properly threaded API, those of us with monster computers, will have monstrous performance, until then, there ain't much difference between an i9 9900K, and an i3 9350KF.

    Your monster 2080 Ti is probably doing less than 30% utilization when you're sitting at 20-30 fps.
  • Aventus_MaximusAventus_Maximus Registered Users Posts: 427
    Oh my…

    I was about to launch another similar question but i'll refrain….

    It still does sound like a garbage explanation @psychoak delivers so kindly

    I'm like uhhh well if my system shows this why is my cpu not even at 100% capacity.. ah well fu yu CE AE

    Male Parta Male Dilabuntur – ‘What has been wrongly gained is wrongly lost.’
    Fiat Lux – ‘Let there be light.’
    Alea Jacta Est – ‘The die is cast.’
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