Question 3060 ti underperforming

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I have a 3060 ti with a 5600x but I can't get over 110 fps on warzone and I am having trouble running any other application in the background of my games
 
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CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600x 4.2 GHz
Motherboard: Tuff gamming B-550 plus
RAM: OLOy 32 GB (2 x16GB) 3600 MHz
GPU: Aorus elite rtx 3060Ti
SSD: western digital NVMe 500 GB, 1 250 samsung
HDD: 1x 4TB WD 20EZRX
PSU: evga 550RM 80 Plus GOLD
CPU Cooler: nzxt kraken X53 240 mmm

and I built it myself
 
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600x 4.2 GHz
Motherboard: Tuff gamming B-550 plus
RAM: OLOy 32 GB (2 x16GB) 3600 MHz
GPU: Aorus elite rtx 3060Ti
SSD: western digital NVMe 500 GB, 1 250 samsung
HDD: 1x 4TB WD 20EZRX
PSU: evga 550RM 80 Plus GOLD
CPU Cooler: nzxt kraken X53 240 mmm

and I built it myself
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PC Benchmark
 
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Karadjgne

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Base clock 4.2 GHz, turbo 4.15 GHz (avg)

You have cpu issues. The cpu is responsible for fps. You'll get below average fps until you can find the reason the turbo speed is considerably lower than base. I'd start with cpu temps, cpu voltages etc. Run HWInfo64 during idle and stress test.
 
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So I ran the stress test that is on CPU-z and this is what I saw on HWInfo which I'm not really familiar with so i also looked at the temp with the amd oc software I ran the test for about 10 minutes


 
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Current load puts you at 56°C, 4.2GHz, 1.1v
Max load puts you at 95°C, 4.2GHz, 1.1v.

That really looks like someone has tried adjusting settings, overclocking, undervolting etc and messed things up.

Boot up into bios, use F5 (usually) to reset bios to Optimized Factory Default. Has any software like msi dragon center or Asus or OC Genie been attempted, ever?
 
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Current load puts you at 56°C, 4.2GHz, 1.1v
Max load puts you at 95°C, 4.2GHz, 1.1v.

That really looks like someone has tried adjusting settings, overclocking, undervolting etc and messed things up.

Boot up into bios, use F5 (usually) to reset bios to Optimized Factory Default. Has any software like msi dragon center or Asus or OC Genie been attempted, ever?
I used the asus auto oc to oc the cpu
 
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Still looks like you have background processes running when running the benchmark?(unless you havnt, in that case I'd give it a scan with malwarebytes.)
Yea I’m not sure why tho Bc on task manager when I start the test it’s at 3 to 5 percent of usage
 
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