Aidan McCabe

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Hello I feel as if my computer is under performing in games as my FPS is much lower than others that have the same or sometimes lesser graphics cards than mine. I have an RTX 2080ti, i7 7700k, 16gb ddr4 ram and an m.2 ssd. On Warzone i get around 80 fps. This really frustrates me as I found a benchmark video of someone using an i7 7700k and a gtx 1080ti and he gets around 110fps. Im not sure what the issue could be.
 

tecmo34

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What is your resolution? As the lower the resolution, the less the GPU matters and more the CPU matters, so you could be bottlenecking the 2080ti at 1080p.

Do you have Ray Tracing disabled? This will kill your FPS if you have it enabled, so I would make sure it isn't enabled. I have a 3080 with a i9-10850 and I won't utilized RT because of the impacted to my FPS at 2K.

Have you tired lowering your settings or playing around with the settings to see if you can increase your FPS?
 

Aidan McCabe

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What is your resolution? As the lower the resolution, the less the GPU matters and more the CPU matters, so you could be bottlenecking the 2080ti at 1080p.

Do you have Ray Tracing disabled? This will kill your FPS if you have it enabled, so I would make sure it isn't enabled. I have a 3080 with a i9-10850 and I won't utilized RT because of the impacted to my FPS at 2K.

Have you tired lower your settings or playing around with the settings to see if you can increase your FPS?
Im playing at 1920x1080 100%
I have all ray tracing turned off and im running on all lowest settings

I have also got the latest drivers and am running on ultra performance mode
 

Aidan McCabe

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Can you run userbenchmark and post results.
Hello sorry for the slow reply.

UserBenchmarks: Game 166%, Desk 94%, Work 140%
CPU: Intel Core i7-7700K - 89.8%
GPU: Nvidia RTX 2080-Ti - 189.8%
SSD: Corsair MP400 1TB - 171.3%
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1TB (2016) - 96.9%
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2400 C14 2x8GB - 67.7%
MBD: Gigabyte GA-Z270P-D3-CF

is that what you needed to see?
 

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