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January 30, 2015 4:41:36 AM

I have an acer laptop e1-571g when playing a game such as Far Cry 3 at high, five minutes after I go very well and I start to decrease fps (ex 60 to 10 fps). It's very annoying because it's a game that not so high requirements.

My pc:
-4 GB RAM
nvidia -710m
-Intel HD Graphics 4000
-i3 3110m
Please help me because I have probleama that almost all games !!!!!!
sorry for my english

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January 30, 2015 4:45:32 AM

Laptops as a rule do not make great gaming machines. I noticed you mention you can play for around 5 minutes before the frame rate drops. does the cooling fan get louder during this time ? I suspect you may be suffering with throttling / heat issues.
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a b D Laptop
January 30, 2015 4:47:37 AM

You need to monitor you CPU and GPU temps, I suspect overheating
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January 31, 2015 1:13:40 AM

My laptop does not heat at all.I have a friend who has a similar laptop like mine gt 620m, i3,4gb ram and has no problem when playing games + it's old and it's hot and when playing games.


pls help me: ((((
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January 31, 2015 1:15:21 AM

How can they get rid of this problem?Sorry for my english
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January 31, 2015 1:45:44 AM

when i play far cry 3 on integrated graphics fps is normal,game is normal on low settings and runs very good.When i play far cry 3 on high ,he rules good 5 min and after fps drop :( .So the problem is not the processor!
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a b D Laptop
January 31, 2015 4:45:54 AM

Everything you describe sounds like a heat problem. Under higher load your CPU or gpu start to overheat and throttle down performance to stop damage. Download a program like cpu-z and monitor the temperatures, then let us know what the temperatures are when the performance drops.

The only other things which are less likely from your description but you can try them anyway are scanning for a virus or reinstalling your graphics drivers. I doubt it is these though.
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January 31, 2015 5:45:08 AM

Man,how use cpu-z to detect temperature on games?
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January 31, 2015 4:08:23 PM

CPU-Z will not record temperature - but "core Temp" will - run a game for twenty mins or so, quit and load Core Temp - it will give you a reasonable guide.

Identical laptops they maybe, but if yours has more dust inside, or is even used in a warmer environment it could cause problems
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February 17, 2016 11:15:31 PM

Cyber1420 said:
I have an acer laptop e1-571g when playing a game such as Far Cry 3 at high, five minutes after I go very well and I start to decrease fps (ex 60 to 10 fps) .is very annoying because it's a game that not so high requirements.
My pc:
-4 GB RAM
nvidia -710m
-Intel HD Graphics 4000
-i3 3110m
Please help me because I have probleama that almost all games !!!!!!
sorry for my english


Hey i found a solution for me Fixing it was pretty ez. You have to change in battery plan intel graphics setting on balanced and that's it! Somehow Intel graphics overheating my CPU so when i changed it everythings works normaly :) 
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March 15, 2016 9:55:07 AM

Hello! Could someone help me? I have the same problem.
I own MSI GE72 2QD Apache laptop
With i7-4720HQ 2,6ghz, 8gb ram, 960m Nvidia gpu.

It was fine for first three month, afther that I have noticed high cpu temp, even idle its 65-70 degrees celcius.
I contacted msi support, they suggested me to give my pc for warranty service, but nearest service is in other country, like 500KM from me and it would take like month for them to give their opinion, and as I have installed SSD myself I suppose my warranty is lost.

I have even applied new thermal paste (not the cheapest one) and still nothing changed.
When gaming its about 85 degrees and in games like GTA 5 it starts to lag.
Although I have this Cooler boost feature, as soon as I start it pc stops lagging but temps doesnt change..
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