My pleasure man. Good stuff on the first few questions.Thank you for the reply man.
To answer your questions in order:
- Have you updated to the Windows 10 May 2019 Update?
Yes, everything up to date.
- If you have, have you run Windows Update to confirm you have all other remaining updates?
Yes. Same as 1.
- Have you updated to the latest nVidia Drivers?
Yes, just checked again.
- Have you Optimized the game's Graphic Settings via GeForce Experience?
No, unfortunately not. And here is why. Every since I got GeForce Exp some friends told me not to optimize games through GeFExp, since according to them it would hurt the games performance. (In that case it was about optimizing Tekken 7, which runs absolutely fine)
Are they talking nonsense? Can I optimize my games without fearing any more framedrops or perfomance issues in general?
- Have you verified the Integrity of the game's files via the Steam Client (shouldn't be needed if you just installed, but it's worth a shot)?
Actually not, but Ill give it a try.
- For the frame drops, what happens when you run the game's Benchmark? After running it several times in a row, do the frame drops die off and you get a solid 60 FPS average, or does it constantly persist?
Well it always shows me a solid 60fps (sometimes the average of 59fps, but rarely)
I activated steams fps counter and during gameplay I notice the counter going from 60 to 55.
I tried to adjust the graphics in order to do something about it. No motion blur and instead of very high settings i went to high or medium for some settings.
For GeForce Experience, I've heard others say the same, but I've always had great experiences with it myself. In fact, it was through optimizing via GeForce Experience that allowed me to play Mortal Kombat X at launch without major issues, and that port was a really, really bad launch.
I've never had performance issues by optimizing via GeForce Experience in any game provided I make sure it's optimizing for 1080p as opposed to a Dynamic Super Resolution. You can adjust this in GeForce Experience to make sure this doesn't happen.
My recommendation: Take a screenshot or pic of your current in-game settings, and then go to GeForce Experience and Optimize it. Also, make sure the In-Game Overlay from GeForce Experience is off, as it'll eat up more system resources when on. Normally it's not an issue, but I've found it can affect performance for Mortal Kombat 11. If it's on for you (and I believe it is by default), that mat also be contributing to your problems.
If you don't notice an issue, or notice things are worse, you can reference your screenshot or pic and change the settings back.
For the gameplay drops to 55 FPS average, are you referring specifically to Offline or Online? Or both? Does it constantly persist, or after about 10-ish minutes does it stabilize?