[SOLVED] i7 7700k and RTX 2080ti getting low fps

sultanmohammed1938

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so as the title says i got i7 7700k and RTX 2080ti and i just tested out AC origins on 1080p on ultra settings and i got 57 fps how is that even possible ? so i searched on youtube for benchmarks on gtx 1080ti with the same CPU as mine and a video i saw got between 70 to 90 fps thats way higher than me i also got SSD and i got 16 gb ram dual channel and also i tested insurgency sandstorm i get 50 fps if there was a lot of activity or a lot players on my screen im 100% sure this isnt normal so please help :(
 

sultanmohammed1938

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did u make sure v sync is off in both game settings and nvidia control panel? need full specs including the model of the psu
yeah V-sync is off on both in game and in panel also my specs are
GPU : RTX 2080TI
CPU : I7 7700K 4.2 GHZ
Ram : 16 gb
psu : 700w masterwatt
SSD : 450 gb
motherboard : ASUS MB H720-PRO Prime
 

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your cpu is way too weak to handle 2080ti at 1080p especially with h mother board u cant overclock it. maybe an i9 9900k is capable to handle 2080ti at 1080p
 

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I agree with this statement. At 1080p the 7700k is bottlenecking so hard the 2080ti is not even stretching it's legs. Why did you buy a 2080ti for 1080p that's a 700-1200$ waste.
your cpu is way too weak to handle 2080ti at 1080p especially with h mother board u cant overclock it. maybe an i9 9900k is capable to handle 2080ti at 1080p
but i modified the resolution like you saw in the video to 2k and almost 4k i didnt get any extra FPS because the higher the resolution the more it relies on GPU than CPU
 
but i modified the resolution like you saw in the video to 2k and almost 4k i didnt get any extra FPS because the higher the resolution the more it relies on GPU than CPU

Doesn't matter, if the Monitor isn't actually higher than 1080P. ;)

The bottom line is the 7700K can't handle the 2080Ti at 1080P.

Best bet would be to either:

Get a 1440P monitor.

or

Upgrade the MB and CPU to a 9700K or 9900K with a Z390 MB.

But even then the 2080Ti isn't really a 1080P card and will be bottlenecked every CPU out now depending on the game.
 
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spacejunk

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You can't handle the truth!

I mean your 7700K can't handle the truth! It thinks it's a born leader, but it's raw ambition is blinding it from the truth that it cannot rule over the 2080ti. Never in a hundred game years has the 2080ti been ruled by such a puny overlord.

Seriously though, I was surprised it was bottlenecking it so hard at 1080p. This makes me re-think my own CPU options. Enlightening!
 

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Doesn't matter, if the Monitor isn't actually higher than 1080P. ;)

The bottom line is the 7700K can't handle the 2080Ti at 1080P.

Best bet would be to either:

Get a 1440P monitor.

or

Upgrade the MB and CPU to a 9700K or 9900K with a Z390 MB.

But even then the 2080Ti isn't really a 1080P card and will be bottlenecked every CPU out now depending on the game.
ok then i will upgrade my CPU but can i just upgrade my CPU and leave the mother board to be the same ? and which one do you think i should get i7 9700k or i9 9900k
 

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You can't handle the truth!

I mean your 7700K can't handle the truth! It thinks it's a born leader, but it's raw ambition is blinding it from the truth that it cannot rule over the 2080ti. Never in a hundred game years has the 2080ti been ruled by such a puny overlord.

Seriously though, I was surprised it was bottlenecking it so hard at 1080p. This makes me re-think my own CPU options. Enlightening!
i thought 7700k is just the best in the market for price and performance but i think im wrong at this :(
 

spacejunk

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i thought 7700k is just the best in the market for price and performance but i think im wrong at this :(
I think we both learned something from this. I expected that it would bottleneck considerably at higher resolutions, but not 1080p wow! Good luck with upgrading your CPU.

Maybe I've got that backwards actually. For some reason I forgot that it works the other way around lol.
 
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what the fuck are you guys talking about xd the cpu is bottlenecking but not at 57 fps at 1080p, stop answering to say bs, that sounds more like a dual channel problem, did you set your ram sticks on dual channel ? don't stick it to each other, the cpu is not the problem at all the 7700k is performant, my gf with a 1080ti and a 6700k get higher fps, nothing has been OC, 2x8 3000mhz
 

sultanmohammed1938

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what the fuck are you guys talking about xd the cpu is bottlenecking but not at 57 fps at 1080p, stop answering to say bs, that sounds more like a dual channel problem, did you set your ram sticks on dual channel ? don't stick it to each other, the cpu is not the problem at all the 7700k is performant, my gf with a 1080ti and a 6700k get higher fps, nothing has been OC, 2x8 3000mhz
yes i got dual channel and i got 16 gb ram 2666MHz
 

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