Good day everyone,
I have a weird problem with my performance in Guild Wars 2 (don't know if other games are also affected) which I can not fix on my own.
So here's the story of my problem: I started playing the game a few weeks ago and had noticed that my FPS were pretty low. So I updated the driver of my GPU (current Version AMD 13.1). I logged in and I had a smooth gaming experience. The next day I logged into the game and suddenly my FPS - loss was about 10-15, doesnt matter in which place I was or what graphic settings I was using. Then I deleted the driver, reinstalled it, then it worked fine again. Okay, I thought it was a bug, but here is the thing. EVERYTIME I turn off my PC and start playing the next day, the problem is there again. In order to be able to play smooth, I have to REINSTALL the driver. So my routine at the moment is: Turn PC on, delete driver, PC restart, install driver, PLAY smoothly. If I am not doing this, my FPS are very low.
I found out that my CPU is the problem. The overall usage is around 40% when my FPS suck, when they are good (after reinstallation of the driver) the usage is around 60-70%. I used MSI afterburner and HWInfo to test the things ingame. My GPU is not the cause, because I observed everything.
So what can I do to avoid reinstalling the driver again and again in order to be able to play smoothly?