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

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sultanmohammed1938

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

So either get a new monitor, 1440P or a new MB and CPU.
ok lets forget about the 2080ti i had 1080ti and the same CPU it gave me the same FPS 40 to 50 so 1080ti is weaker than 2080ti but the at the same time it gave me the same FPS while the video from youtube shows a better fps with the same GPU i used to have
 
ok lets forget about the 2080ti i had 1080ti and the same CPU it gave me the same FPS 40 to 50 so 1080ti is weaker than 2080ti but the at the same time it gave me the same FPS while the video from youtube shows a better fps with the same GPU i used to have

Well you did get a cheap MB and your ram is slow. ;)

But I wouldn't put much stock in YT videos these days, most of them aren't quite accurate.

But as your system is now, it's out of balance performance wise so that needs to be changed.

But you won't need to do anything if you got a new monitor, 1440P.
 

sultanmohammed1938

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Well you did get a cheap MB and your ram is slow. ;)

But I wouldn't put much stock in YT videos these days, most of them aren't quite accurate.

But as your system is now, it's out of balance performance wise so that needs to be changed.

But you won't need to do anything if you got a new monitor, 1440P.
oh well i upgraded my GPU so why not upgrade the MB and CPU :) i will leave the monitor for later
 

jostegogar

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ok lets forget about the 2080ti i had 1080ti and the same CPU it gave me the same FPS 40 to 50 so 1080ti is weaker than 2080ti but the at the same time it gave me the same FPS while the video from youtube shows a better fps with the same GPU i used to have
those YT tests used Z series motherboard. so the 7700k can be overclocked up to 4.9GHz. thats way diffrent than using it with H motherboard
 

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