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  1. Aleferna_dls

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    Hey! Since last thursday, I've noticed an issue: After about 4-5 minutes playing beamng, sometimes (Not always) my FPS fall severously. For example, I'm playing gridmap with 40 FPS, and I don't know why, FPS fall to 3-4. It doesn't matter which map I'm playing in. Even Running the game in safe mod or deleting the mods doesn't work... What's the problem?
    Cheers and thanks ;)
     
  2. BowlerHatJack

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  3. NaxNir

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    Probably thermal throttling if you are on a laptop. Monitor your temps and see if it has any relation. Also, are you on a laptop or desktop?
     
  4. Aleferna_dls

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    I use a desktop PC, but I haven't noticed any issue until now... It can be overheating, because cooler does a really weird and annoying sound when the computer starts up and stops after 2 or 3 minutes later. That wednesday night before i notices the problem, I forgot to switch off the computer, so... Could it really be an overheating problem?
    Cheers and thanks mates ;)
     
  5. BreadForMen

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    It could be a thermal issue. Download RealTemp or your favorite temperature monitoring software and look at your CPU temps. Anywhere below say 80°C while playing shouldn't be much of an issue. What CPU and cooler do you have?
     
  6. RobertGracie

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    Right what is your system specification?
     
  7. Aleferna_dls

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    I don´t really know specs except of the basics (Gpu, CPU, Motherboard...) because i bought a built PC in a shop which doesn´t exists now (Due to move to another place) in 2009. How do I check it?
    Cheers
     
  8. NaxNir

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    https://www.piriform.com/speccy
     
  9. RobertGracie

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    well that tells me its probably gonna be running very outdated parts.....
     
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