Question Broken RTX?

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Hey i think there might be something wrong with my graphics card, for some reason my friend is getting twice the fps in most games we play together, even thoe i have an rtx 2080 ti and he has an gtx 1080 ti

my card says it only uses about 40-50% in every game i play and he tells me his uses 70-80% so im just worried if there is something wrong or if its just some settings i dont know about. please help.

after about 1 hour of playing my gpu temp reach 66 degrees celsius and slowly climbing
my cpu satt idle around 45-50 like it always does
and the ram was staying around 7.0GB to 9.5GB that i saw atleast

we are both playing in 2560 x1440p

we play games ranging from war thunder, osiris new dawn, battlefield 1 and world war Z but for some reason he gets higher fps than me in all of the games we play

i would really appreciate advice and or solution.



My Specs

Motherboard: Asus Rog Strix z390-f gaming s-1151
● CPU: i7-8086k
● RAM: 2x HyperX Predator 2933 (16GB total)
● GPU: Asus Geforce RTX 2080 Ti Rog Strix OC
● PSU: corsair tx750m 750W
● Cooler: Corsair Hydro H115i Pro CPU cooler

my friends specs

Motherboard: Strix Gaming Z270E
● CPU: i7-7700k
● RAM: 4x HyperX Fury 4gb = 16gb
● GPU: Strix Gaming GTX 1080Ti 11gb oc
● PSU (Unkown)
● EVGA Closed Loop CPU Cooler (CLC) 280
 

AngelTech

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Honestly, don't know the CPU is decently recent so can't be that if you wanna give it a test tho monitor what CPU usage you have if it is super high your CPU is bottlenecking the GPU somehow
 

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Weird...not really sure what can be doing it since I don't believe low performance is a sign of a card dying...does your GPU have any other issues besides that?
 

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The software works with all MOBOs it is a software to monitor temps and usage it's how most people do benchmarks just search for MSI afterburner and make sure you go to the official site
 
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1466.4mhz corresponds to 2933mhz (1466.4 x 2).
I don't know, if that fixed your fps issue. Why don't you test it?

But most likely there's also some other thing, impacting fps. Screen resolutions on both pcs could be different.
the screen res is the same

but thank you for the answer you have given

il be watching the thread incase someone who know what causes this finds it

thanks for your help
 
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Make sure you windows 10 is set to high performance
  • Press Win+X.
  • Select Power Options.
  • Click on the Additional Power Settings link in the Related settings area:
  • Click on the Create a power plan link in the left pane:
  • Select High performance, specify the name for your new plan and click Next
Next go into Nvidia control panel

Under 3D settings go to Manage 3D Settings
Scroll down to Power Management Mode and set it to Prefer maximum performance
If you want you can also set Texture Filtering - Quality to high performance
 
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Make sure you windows 10 is set to high performance
  • Press Win+X.
  • Select Power Options.
  • Click on the Additional Power Settings link in the Related settings area:
  • Click on the Create a power plan link in the left pane:
  • Select High performance, specify the name for your new plan and click Next
Next go into Nvidia control panel

Under 3D settings go to Manage 3D Settings
all this was already the way you mentioned
 

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