BeamNG runs a bit slow

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  1. JohnMattEva

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    I've been averaging around only 30 - 35 fps with only one vehicle in most of the maps for some reason
    even on replay mode, when I record a clip, it only has around 20-30 fps
    I've been playing around with the graphics recently, but I only set it on normal
    How do I increase my fps without turning down the graphics too much?
    My Specs:
    Ram: 32 GB
    Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 3750H with Radeon Vega Mobile Gfx , 2.30 Ghz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650
    Storage: 294 GB left
    I've also gotten frequent fps drops, please help
    I really want to make a beamng video
    Thanks in advance!

    By the way, if this is expected, please tell me!
     
  2. Turbo49>

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    That should run beamng decently, especially on medium settings, have you taken a look at how many apps are running in the background ?
     
  3. JohnMattEva

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    when I play beamng the only apps open are chrome and beamng
     
  4. WhatNot98

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    Is yor laptop overheating by any chance?
     
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  5. JohnMattEva

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    alot
    it hurts to touch
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    that might be it
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    i told him about this issue as well, he told me that he'd order one soon
    thanks!
     
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    Then it's surely thermal throttling.
    Open task manager and take a look at how many background apps are open.
     
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    It may not be overheating. Keep in mind that normal temperatures for a computer are 70 degrees C, or 160 degrees F. That’s extremely hot to the touch. Check your computer temperatures, if they are under 90C, then it’s not overheating.
     
  8. JohnMattEva

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    ok ill try real quick
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    OH MY GOD
    93 DEGREES CELSIUS
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    yep
    it's overheating
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    wait what
    it's not my cpu.. it's my gpu?? is that normal?
     
  9. S.Ali.M

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  10. JohnMattEva

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    my cpu is sitting at 0 degrees celsius
    i am extremely confused??
     
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    Looks like there is something wrong
     
  12. JohnMattEva

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    here's a picture
     

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  13. S.Ali.M

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    7.9 GB of your ram is using without beamng open? Why?
     
  14. JohnMattEva

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    oh wait a minute I'm gonna fix that real quick
     
  15. WhatNot98

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    Yes at 93c there will be some significant thermal throttling and that will be the problem. If the laptop is still in warranty, send it back. If not, then take it apart and clean it.
     
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  16. JohnMattEva

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    here
     

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  17. WhatNot98

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    GPus normally start to throttle at 85c, so anything above that and you will see performance drops
     
  18. JohnMattEva

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    so we have to clean it?
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    we haven't cleaned this laptop in a year so I suppose you're right
     
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    THAT much ram used without beamng open means you must have a TON of background apps running. Open task manager and tell us how many there are.
     
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  20. JohnMattEva

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    told my dad, said he's gonna check it tomorrow. Hope it fixes the problem
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    a hundred but I'm not sure if should end their tasks
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    they look important
     
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