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What fortnite settings should my computer be capable of

So I bought a pre built dell inspiron gaming desktop and it has a
-Amd a10 -9700 processor
-Radeon rx 560 2gb
-8gb ddr4 memory
-400w psu
When I run fortnite on it, it runs good, I get above 100 fps on all low but I dont feel like I should be running all low settings when I do medium settings I get 60 but super laggy and stuttery same with all low. Is it my cpu or gpu I need to upgrade?

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That's spot on. But why?

There's no dedicated GPU. This is the AMD APU and what you are seeing is about right. You should shop around for a nice 1050 Ti card to get out of the basement.

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Gpu

The op shows they have a rx 560.

The igp is some r7 thing.

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After so many
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Yup
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A few things

The ram is single channel.

The hdd is junk.

Driver booster....bin that....get your drivers from the maker.

Once you have the proper drivers installed block windows from updating drivers.

Mcafee.......your call...... I'd just use the native stuff.

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how

how do I get the drivers from the maker and how do I block windows from updating the drivers?

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How
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Service tag number?

What's a service tag number?

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Tag #

It's the number that dell puts on a sticker that's attached to the machine.

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(NT) I dont think I have that
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I dont think I have that

Where is it located?

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Could be on

The back or the bottom or inside or behind the front bezel or stuck on the owners manual.

I don't think there is a standard location.

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Tag #

It also shows in my bios.

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Monitor

How many?

1080p @ 60hz?

First you say it runs good with low settings then you say it's all laggy and stuttering.
Which one is it?

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answer

I only have one monitor, it's 1600x900 @60hz. Fortnite runs good at low it has high frames and all but it has the occasional stutter but the frames don't drop

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