Question Bad Frames, Good Graphics Card

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I am getting very upset and i wanna cry. I have a really nice PC and get not so good frames. This is my PC: http://a.co/8bezVKH
I get around 100 fps on max settings with a 1080 TI while my friend with a 1060 gets around the same with the exact same settings. Even when I pu settings on all low i struggle to get 200fps which I need for my 240HZ monitor. I am starting to get really annoyed and want to give up and cry. Can someone please give me a non BS answer on why this is accruing. Here is a benchmark test: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/15353604
 

dstln

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What game? It's very possible your CPU or system is bottlenecking the game, nothing more a GPU can do, except you can turn up the settings/resolution higher.
 
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the 1800x is capapble to not bottle neck his gpu its not that its probs the res ur trying to use if somehow ur on 4k wich i doubt try 1440 p and if ur on that go 1080 p to get more frames and check ur settings and try light overclocking ur friend might have overclocked
 

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I am getting very upset and i wanna cry. I have a really nice PC and get not so good frames. This is my PC: http://a.co/8bezVKH
I get around 100 fps on max settings with a 1080 TI while my friend with a 1060 gets around the same with the exact same settings. Even when I pu settings on all low i struggle to get 200fps which I need for my 240HZ monitor. I am starting to get really annoyed and want to give up and cry. Can someone please give me a non BS answer on why this is accruing. Here is a benchmark test: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/15353604
I think that your gpu might be bottlenecked in some way. Your userbenchmark score is quite low for that clock. Is the GPU seated in the first x16 slot next to the cpu? On most boards the lower slots have less pci-e lanes which can affect the performance of a high end gpu.

I can show you my results with 1080ti on similar clocks.
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/14976685

Maybe your cpu single core performance is too low for that kind of refresh rates. You might want to try to oc it too see if it helps a little.
 
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the 1800x is capapble to not bottle neck his gpu its not that its probs the res ur trying to use if somehow ur on 4k wich i doubt try 1440 p and if ur on that go 1080 p to get more frames and check ur settings and try light overclocking ur friend might have overclocked
Im on 1080p and i overclocked my cpu to 3.9ghz
 
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I think that your gpu might be bottlenecked in some way. Your userbenchmark score is quite low for that clock. Is the GPU seated in the first x16 slot next to the cpu? On most boards the lower slots have less pci-e lanes which can affect the performance of a high end gpu.

I can show you my results with 1080ti on similar clocks.
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/14976685

Maybe your cpu single core performance is too low for that kind of refresh rates. You might want to try to oc it too see if it helps a little.
Its in the correct slot i checked
 
Very high FPS is where Intel wins easily due to higher IPC. Try lowering the resolution as a test, if your FPS does not improve significantly it’s most likely you are cpu bound. It only takes 1 core reaching 100% to limit performance.
 
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Very high FPS is where Intel wins easily due to higher IPC. Try lowering the resolution as a test, if your FPS does not improve significantly it’s most likely you are cpu bound. It only takes 1 core reaching 100% to limit performance.
Its the damn cpu. Ill have to get the 2700x, but i dont have the option to return my current cpu
 

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I think the best option for you would be to wait a couple of months till the new R5 3600x comes out. If it´s anything close to the leaks it will a strong gaming cpu.
 

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