Question 1050 ti underperforming

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UserBenchmarks: Game 32%, Desk 50%, Work 30%

CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G - 65%

GPU: Nvidia GTX 1050-Ti - 28.8%

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1TB (2016) - 87.4%

RAM: Unknown TEAMGROUP-UD4-2400 1x8GB - 45.5%

MBD: Gigabyte GA-AB350M-Gaming 3-CF
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/19746023

I used to get higher fps on games like csgo (150-200 on 1080p High), now its 90-150 (even on low settings).
Benchmarks with the same parts outperform my pc
gpu and cpu drivers are updated (reinstalled gpu drivers)
gpu and cpu temps seem to hover at 60 degrees when bench marking/ gaming
PC was cleaned 2 weeks ago
Yes, the monitor is plugged into the gpu (displayport)
I've been told to go for dual channel by a number of people now, but my issue is that I used to get better fps even on single channel. Now my gpu is just underperforming
 

Wrecker75

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Ignore the top section the 28.8% is 1050ti vs what is available. The part to worry about is the Performing below expectations (34th percentile)
https://prnt.sc/ozxizb
That is your 1050Ti vs the other 1050 TI on the market.

When you say cleaned, do you mean physically or new Windows install?
 

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If your PC was VERY dusty and you used the compressed air while the video card was out it may be possible there is dust in the PCIe slot causing issues.

If you cleaned the PCB of the video card not just the fins and fan(s) there is a chance all be it pretty slim that you damaged something.
 
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If your PC was VERY dusty and you used the compressed air while the video card was out it may be possible there is dust in the PCIe slot causing issues.

If you cleaned the PCB of the video card not just the fins and fan(s) there is a chance all be it pretty slim that you damaged something.
I removed the gpu from the PCIe slot then used compressed air and the q tips on the fans.
The fans were dusty but I used the compressed air after I have removed the graphics card from the mobo.
 

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I used to get higher fps on games like csgo (150-200 on 1080p High), now its 90-150 (even on low settings).
Is why I was intrigued
I mean the dust should have to be visible to cause any issue but over the years I have seen stranger things and cleaning his PC was the most recent thing he did.
 
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Is why I was intrigued
I mean the dust should have to be visible to cause any issue but over the years I have seen stranger things and cleaning his PC was the most recent thing he did.
I took my card out again and there seems to be no dust on the pcie slot but I sprayed the compressed air anyway to be sure
 
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is your gpu usage maxed out? if not, then u have CPU bottleneck
either u have background stuffs running, or that single RAM stick is holding your CPU back
btw cpu/gpu temperatures during gaming?
My gpu usage hovers at around 50-70%, temps go at 50-60 degrees
 

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