Question Brand New Computer Out Of Box Performing Terrible Any Help?

Jul 17, 2021
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I just purchased a build from NZXT and racked up their most expensive parts that they had to offer. Here is a list of what I purchased.


  • NZXT Kraken Z63 with LCD display
  • Standard Service (US)
  • Microsoft Windows 10_Home
  • NZXT H510 Elite (Black)
  • MSI Z590 ACE
  • Intel Core i9-10900K 10-Core 3.7 GHz
  • Team T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB 4000MHz 4000 MHz (max. Geschwindigkeit) 32GB (2X16GB) More Info
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti - EVGA FTW3 ULTRA GAMING
  • EVGA SuperNOVA 1000W G5 Gold
  • Seagate FireCuda 520 Cyberpunk 2077 Limited Edition 1 TB
  • NZXT Aer RGB 2 140mm (RGB)
  • RGB & Fan Controller
  • Interner USB-Hub (Gen 3)
I Loaded everything up and booted the PC, downloaded all necessary drivers and changed some NVIDIA settings. Ran a benchmark on my pc and the results are worrisome to me. I am also getting the same if not just a tiny bit more frames in games than my 1080ti did on my last build which does not seem right. Here are my benchmarking results.

Update* just did another test overnight and now I am getting the attached results when the day prior the GPU was running below the bottom 6th percentile. Not sure what the cause of the jump is...

Regardless, I have seen multiple benchmarks done on specific games using the exact same components that I have, the only difference being the clock of the cpu, and the average FPS was about 30-50% greater than what I am achieving with the same hardware.

Does anyone have any tips or ideas as to why my performance is so poor for a 3080ti?




*** I would like to overclock my CPU and was wondering where I should start so I don't fry anything

Benchmark
 
Jul 17, 2021
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cpu, gpu, ram is above the avg bench.

what games?
what the monitor?

Trying to run rust. Seeing benchmarks with same hardware and same resolution getting 180 average FPS. Im getting 110 average. My 1080ti got 90 average

Monitor is a 1440p LG 165hz 32 inch monitor
 
Jul 28, 2021
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Try to change your power plan:

  1. Open Start Menu
  2. Search "Edit power plan"
  3. Go back to "Power Options"
  4. Windows 10 set to default "Balance mode" - Set on High Performance
  5. If this not work, install "ParkControl" and activate Bitsum Highest Performance.
Thank you !
 

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Try to change your power plan:

  1. Open Start Menu
  2. Search "Edit power plan"
  3. Go back to "Power Options"
  4. Windows 10 set to default "Balance mode" - Set on High Performance
  5. If this not work, install "ParkControl" and activate Bitsum Highest Performance.
Thank you !
What does the power plan have to do with this?
And specifically, Bitsum? Why?
 

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