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    Is my Intel core i5-2320 good enough to run Fortnite battle royale

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    by dane p ·

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    i have a Intel core i5-2320 but when i play fortnite in low stressful situations my fps stays around 120 fps stable. but in competitive scenes it uses more resources and i get 30 fps and its not stable, textures take a long time to load in and sounds are delayed… is there a setting that i have turned on that shouldnt or is my cpu just not good enough and i should just get a new one?
    in task manager fortnite is usually always using 80-100 percent of my cpu
    so should i get a new one or is there anything i can do?

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      Reply To: Is my Intel core i5-2320 good enough to run Fortnite battle royale

      by eugenemark ·

      In reply to Is my Intel core i5-2320 good enough to run Fortnite battle royale

      I had later version, for me that was running fine. Further, check any video review for this model too. As we all know, usage for online gaming is different. Every person has different level of passion for Fortnite.

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      Reply To: Is my Intel core i5-2320 good enough to run Fortnite battle royale

      by mkashemali02 ·

      In reply to Is my Intel core i5-2320 good enough to run Fortnite battle royale

      Based on the information you provided, it appears that your current CPU, the Intel Core i5-2320, may be struggling to handle the increased resource demands of competitive scenes in Fortnite. When your CPU usage reaches 80-100%, it indicates that the CPU is working at its maximum capacity, which can lead to decreased performance.

      Here are a few suggestions to improve your Fortnite performance:

      Lower In-Game Settings: Start by lowering the in-game graphical settings to their lowest values. This will reduce the strain on your CPU and GPU, potentially improving your FPS and stability.

      Update Graphics Drivers: Ensure that your graphics drivers are up to date. New driver updates often include optimizations and bug fixes that can enhance game performance.

      Close Background Applications: Close any unnecessary background applications that may be consuming system resources. This can free up CPU power for Fortnite and improve performance.

      Disable V-Sync: Disable vertical sync (V-Sync) in the game settings. V-Sync can introduce input lag and limit your FPS, so disabling it may help improve your overall performance.

      Upgrade Your CPU: If you’ve tried the above steps and are still experiencing poor performance in competitive scenes, upgrading your CPU may be a viable solution. Consider researching and investing in a more powerful CPU that meets the system requirements for Fortnite and offers better performance.

      Keep in mind that upgrading your CPU may require additional changes to your system, such as a new motherboard or RAM. It’s essential to ensure compatibility and consider the overall cost-effectiveness of upgrading versus investing in a new system altogether.

      Lastly, remember that Fortnite is a resource-intensive game, and even with a more powerful CPU, you may still encounter performance limitations depending on your overall system configuration.

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