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FPS drop after first match

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Rinzler

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Hello All,

I am running into an issue where I get an FPS drop after my first match. Usually hits when the battle pass progress screen pops. I can get 35 to 40 fps on average for my low-end potato PC (that I have lovingly named Frankenstein's monster) during that first match. But after that when the progress screen pops it tanks to a measly 7 fps. The game becomes unplayable at that point. Other than upgrading my pc which I am saving up for is there anything I can do that can fix this particular issue or have a guess as to why its this particular screen that is causing the FPS drop? Any help is appreciated.

GPU is an Nvidia GeForce GTX 960
CPU is an I7 2nd gen 2600
RAM is 8GB
 
Have you tried turning down the graphics effects? It does sound like it could be heating up if you can play one match.

It does sound like you're ready for an upgrade though. At least the graphics cards are starting to be available.
 
Have you tried turning down the graphics effects? It does sound like it could be heating up if you can play one match.

It does sound like you're ready for an upgrade though. At least the graphics cards are starting to be available.
Yea everything is set to low or off. I followed a couple of different tutorials for increasing FPS which got me to 35 to 40 fps. GPU isn't cooking itself either I have software that monitors the temp and I can force the fans on if need be. I can close out of the game and reopen again be back to the 35 to 40 fps but once a match is done tanks down to 7fps again.
 
Hopefully it's just a bug that they will fix in the next update. Usually the updates are weekly.

If you have other COD versions, try those. see if they're all doing the same thing. If it continues, I'd say remove and reinstall the game. Update your OS and drivers.

I'd even go as far as wiping/reloading my PC. Would only do that after the next update doesn't fix it.
 
Hopefully it's just a bug that they will fix in the next update. Usually the updates are weekly.

If you have other COD versions, try those. see if they're all doing the same thing. If it continues, I'd say remove and reinstall the game. Update your OS and drivers.

I'd even go as far as wiping/reloading my PC. Would only do that after the next update doesn't fix it.
I currently don't have any other CoD versions. Was going to get the Modern Warfare 2019 version to see if I had similar issues with that one. Could very well be a VRAM issue or a bottleneck between my MoBo and GPU. I found out from the friend that gave me the parts that the MoBo is PCI E 2.0 and the GPU is PCI E 3.0. I'm going to end up probably updating my MoBo CPU and Ram before I upgrade the GPU. Will give me better upgrade options down the road as far as what kind of GPU I can purchase.
 
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