Solved! Gaming Laptop GPU performance problem

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Hello people , Was about to ask what may cause the low performance? I am currently using a HP Pavillion Power Gaming Laptop ... Even if It owns a gtx1050 4gb VRAM, the performance is still somehow weak and not well as expected . I highly doubt if GeforceExperience causes it (because of new GPU drivers installed) .By the way the temparatures are not really that high while gaming ... Thanks for the answers folks!
 

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Need to list exactly what frames you get in what game and in what settings. If you did a driver update from nVidia that can cause issues with the laptop, laptop video drivers are only supported by the laptop vendor, so you want to use the drivers HP provides.
 
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Thanks for the reply! Full specs are : Gtx1050 4gb VRAM , 8gb 2400mhz RAM , 7th gen i5 7300hq , 7200 Rpm 1tb storage... For the performances: Battlefield 1 ; 1080p, mostly low/med settings, 29-20 Fps with some stutters | PUBG ; 1080p, low/med settings, 34-28 Fps stutters happen rarely ... At the conclusion I of course know that laptops are way weaker than desktops, but my friend with Gtx 950m gets the way more fps than me . Thanks in advance!
 

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Are you testing with wall power or battery? Check for the power settings to make sure they are set to high in the BIOS and in Windows power manager. With that CPU and video card, BF1 should be at about 40-50 FPS on Medium
 
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Absouletly !! I shall have something around 40-50 at medium , as you see there is something unexpected! Well , the power options are all set on high perform. And indeed I am testing with a wall power . I have found some old hardware discussions about the exact same subject saying that "At least you can stop some stutters and save some Fps by plugging off and plugging up the charger again." kinda dumbish ... May worth a try anyway. What do you think? Thanks for helpin' mate!
 
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