pubg low frames

i5 7500k GTX 1050ti 500W 8gb ram

Ive been playing pubg a lot recently on an uneven frame rate of 60fps down to as low as 10fps on some dips, ive done lots of research to help this problem (Im not the brightest when it comes to these things). i would like to know of any solutions to fix these dips or if that is just what my pc is capable of on this game.
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  1. Pubg is horribly optimized for PC. I am not sure that the problem can be fixed with the components you have. If you have the money I would upgrade the graphics card, but that is all I can suggest. The i5 is a great processor, but can handle a much better graphics card. A GTX 1070 is what I would suggest if you are looking for the best frames in pubg.
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  2. If you're playing at 1080p 60Hz a 1070 is massively overkill.

    A 1060 6GB is almost twice as fast as what you have now, and will be more than capable of hitting 60fps in pretty much every title out right now on High-Ultra Presets.

    However, it may not be the GPU...

    I haven't played PUBG yet, but if it is poorly optimized chances are its the CPU.

    I would highly recommend you run some kind of monitoring software and figure out what is the bottleneck.
    I prefer MSI:Afterburner, which comes with RTSS (RivaTuner Statistic Server).
    There will be a graph which will let you monitor everything in your system in the MSI:AB window, play PUBG for a while and note when it dips a lot. Window out of the game and see what part is under heavy load.
    If you see like 99% utilization on the GPU, that's what you need to upgrade.
    If you see 80-100% usage on a single CPU core when the fps dip happens it's a poorly optimized game and the only thing you could do is upgrade the CPU to a top-of-the-line Intel i7 (6700k, 7700k, 8700k) (but it's really just using brute force to overcome crappy optimization and will not really help in games that are well optimized, your CPU is not bad at all).

    If you see high usage across all cores, you could upgrade the CPU and it would actually make a difference in other games as well, though I cannot really see that being an issue with your CPU, as I said it is not bad in any case.
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  3. EpIckFa1LJoN said:
    If you're playing at 1080p 60Hz a 1070 is massively overkill.

    A 1060 6GB is almost twice as fast as what you have now, and will be more than capable of hitting 60fps in pretty much every title out right now on High-Ultra Presets.

    However, it may not be the GPU...

    I haven't played PUBG yet, but if it is poorly optimized chances are its the CPU.

    I would highly recommend you run some kind of monitoring software and figure out what is the bottleneck.
    I prefer MSI:Afterburner, which comes with RTSS (RivaTuner Statistic Server).
    There will be a graph which will let you monitor everything in your system in the MSI:AB window, play PUBG for a while and note when it dips a lot. Window out of the game and see what part is under heavy load.
    If you see like 99% utilization on the GPU, that's what you need to upgrade.
    If you see 80-100% usage on a single CPU core when the fps dip happens it's a poorly optimized game and the only thing you could do is upgrade the CPU to a top-of-the-line Intel i7 (6700k, 7700k, 8700k) (but it's really just using brute force to overcome crappy optimization and will not really help in games that are well optimized, your CPU is not bad at all).

    If you see high usage across all cores, you could upgrade the CPU and it would actually make a difference in other games as well, though I cannot really see that being an issue with your CPU, as I said it is not bad in any case.
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  4. Thanks so much for your help, i have already done that and didnt find any probelms. I did resolve my problem however, it was just a simple switch from full screen mode to fullscreen (windowed) in the graphics settings. im now getting up to 120fps but still ocasional dips but im used to them and they are not as bad :)
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  5. Oh that's good.

    WoW has that same issue.

    It's a weird problem
    Reply to EpIckFa1LJoN
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