(Pictured) Windows 10 game mode causes some games to have a serious cadence

Game mode in windows 10 systems improves game performance by fully invoking CPU and GPU resources. However, this feature is a bad setting for some games and drivers. In recent days, many users have reported that Windows 10 game mode may have a negative impact on the performance of some hardware, including Nvidia and AMD graphics cards.

(Pictured) Windows 10 game mode causes some games to have a serious cadence

Users said performance issues such as the Radeon RX 5700 XT, RX 480, R9 290 and other AMD graphics devices, as well as Nvidia GPUs such as the GTX 980 and GTX 1080 Ti, were plagued by problems when game mode was turned on.

One user pointed out: “The crazy caton problem in Destiny 2 is completely solved by the game mode. The crazy caton problems I encountered in Destiny 2 were basically 70 milliseconds whenever I fought in a cocoon. Now it’s stable.

Many users experience cadon and freeze when they turn on game mode. Games such as Call of Duty: Battlefield and Hero League have experienced performance issues such as a sudden drop in frame rate and caton due to this feature of Windows 10.

It’s unclear how the game mode caused the problem, but an employee at AMD’s Radeon Technology Group said its engineers were investigating the problem.

But not all games are affected by the issue, and the games said to be affected include the Call of Duty line-up, Destiny, League of Heroes and other popular games.