Geforce Experience gives diffferent settings after reboot

Discussion in 'Systems' started by biggold, Mar 5, 2019.

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  1. biggold

    biggold New Member

    Hello guys, I find something weird going on with my blade 15 base model. The Geforce Experience used to recommend a setting near ultra when I play F1 2017 and Rise of the tomb raider and it works fine. The avg fps is right near 60 or 55.

    However, today I find the recommended settings both become somewhere near high. I try to use the formal setting on F1 2017, it still works fine. But on the tomb raider, I do find a performance drop. I went to the same scenario to test since I don't remember the outcome of the performance test. After this, I update my driver to the latest version, but nothing improved.

    I don't understand why there is such a difference on the exact same computer. I run my games with game mode on every time. And the afterburner shows the graphic card is overclocking correctly. I don't know how the software gives recommendations, and although it's not causing much trouble, I think it's really wired.

    Does anyone have the same experience like this or have any idea what might be the reason?
     
  2. shiva1995

    shiva1995 New Member

    hello, what did you change exactly in the settings?

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  3. Razer.Caziel

    Razer.Caziel I am the Lightbringer Staff Member

    If you're using the same settings and you experience performance drops, then there is a problem with the device more often than not. In your case, however, it is possible that Nvidia changed parameters that determine the "optimized" game settings. You also need to consider the updates done to the game by the developers which can affect the performance and overall experience. I've never had this issue but I strongly recommend fine tuning your game configuration depending on what you need and want. I personally spend at least 10 minutes to get the best frame rate to graphic detail whenever I run a new game.
     
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