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Predator 15 framerate issues

ImranAswadImranAswad Posts: 4Member New User
edited January 14 in Predator Laptops
Hello so this week ive encountered a framerate problem with my Predator 15 laptop 

At first it ran DOOM with 60 fps then it slowly drops to 0. This all started this week where I started to use Adobe After Effects for one of my projects and Im starting to think its the cause of this.
Im very new to all of this and i just need to know how to stop it so please help me out. :anguished:

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  • SkelomorphSkelomorph Posts: 433 Specialist
    Accepted Answer
    Did you go to the sticky thread and look under FPS drops and try out any of those solutions? Here is it copied from the post.

    These are solutions you can do to either: stop FPS drops, or improve FPS/Performance. Do one step and test until your FPS drops stop. 
    Post below which step fixed the FPS drops.
    1. Go to Settings > Gaming, and disable Game bar, Game DVR, and Game Mode.
    2. Update NVIDIA Drivers from nvidia.com, and Uninstall GeForce Experience.
    3. Update your BIOS to the latest version.
    4. Update the Intel Graphics adapters to latest by: right-clicking the start menu, opening Device Menu, expand Display Drivers, and right-click the Intel(R) HD and update drivers.
    5. Uninstall any 3rd-party screen recording/overlay software.
    6. Uninstall any 3rd-party anti-virus software (e.g. Norton, McAfee, etc.) or cleaning/monitoring software (e.g. CCleaner, Glary Utilities, etc.)
    *Note*
    Refer to the GPU Settings post for graphics settings options.

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  • SkelomorphSkelomorph Posts: 433Member Specialist
    Try looking here first, and see if any of these will help: https://community.acer.com/en/discussion/537057/community.acer.com/en/discussion/535036/frequent-questions-and-answers-information-guide-update-it-on-1-10-2018

    Also, is Adobe After Effects running in the background? Try closing it.

    Skelo
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  • ImranAswadImranAswad Posts: 4Member New User
    @Skelomorph thanks for answering
    Adobe after effects was already closed at the time i was playing games. I even restarted my laptop to check if it would fix the framerate of the videogames but it didnt tho. Yet when i launch after effects it runs normally. The extreme framerate drop happens only when i play games.
    Also the link only lead to my own discussion.
  • ImranAswadImranAswad Posts: 4Member New User
    update:
    ive deleted adobe after effects and restarted my laptop. The framerate still drops so i guess its not after effects
  • SkelomorphSkelomorph Posts: 433Member Specialist
    Accepted Answer
    Did you go to the sticky thread and look under FPS drops and try out any of those solutions? Here is it copied from the post.

    These are solutions you can do to either: stop FPS drops, or improve FPS/Performance. Do one step and test until your FPS drops stop. 
    Post below which step fixed the FPS drops.
    1. Go to Settings > Gaming, and disable Game bar, Game DVR, and Game Mode.
    2. Update NVIDIA Drivers from nvidia.com, and Uninstall GeForce Experience.
    3. Update your BIOS to the latest version.
    4. Update the Intel Graphics adapters to latest by: right-clicking the start menu, opening Device Menu, expand Display Drivers, and right-click the Intel(R) HD and update drivers.
    5. Uninstall any 3rd-party screen recording/overlay software.
    6. Uninstall any 3rd-party anti-virus software (e.g. Norton, McAfee, etc.) or cleaning/monitoring software (e.g. CCleaner, Glary Utilities, etc.)
    *Note*
    Refer to the GPU Settings post for graphics settings options.

    Skelo
    If I commented on your post, use the quote function so I am notified of your reply.

    If I helped, please click "Like"

    If I answered your question, please mark my post "Yes" to make it easier for others to find the answer!

    "Don't cry because its over, smile because it happened."
    - Dr. Seuss
  • ImranAswadImranAswad Posts: 4Member New User
    @Skelomorph
    Disabling the game bar worked hahahah. Didnt realize i turned it on. Thanks you so much  :3 :3 :3 
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