Question i9- 9900k @5ghz + 3080ti + 32GB 3200mhz ram. - Low FPS Warzone.

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I average around 120-130fps where ive seen people get 170-200fps on Warzone. Any advice? Getting the same FPS as my 2080ti i had.
 

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Are they getting that 170-200fps on the same monitor, the same resolution, and the same set of graphic setting?

(Does FPS really matter all that much once you get over 100, anyway?)
 
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I doubt ram will boost my fps from 120-130 to 170-200
Well, step one is seeing what you CAN achieve for free. 1440P if taken far enough you could expect another 10-20 frames
What resolution are you playing at?
What settings?

This has been an ongoing issue
3090's and 6900xt with ryzen 3xxx series always hovering in that range.
Turn all the settings up, that's not the issue,
this is the type of performance you can expect.
As you are oc'd to 5ghz I doubt the xmp profile is deactivated.
If you want more frames..... you need quicker ram
This dude has more or less the same setup.... a generation newer and a 3090
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUqXf0oQQ4c

But you are not short on cpu or gpu power for more performance

OC your ram, watch the frames climb, not far enough?
Are you certain that your ram is running at 3200 is your cpu causing the xmp to kick off?

Also youtube is dog water anyway, can't trust em
 

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Are they getting that 170-200fps on the same monitor, the same resolution, and the same set of graphic setting?

(Does FPS really matter all that much once you get over 100, anyway?)
Not the same monitor but same control panel settings. 1920x1080p. Same in game settings.
 

ohitsham

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Well, step one is seeing what you CAN achieve for free. 1440P if taken far enough you could expect another 10-20 frames
What resolution are you playing at?
What settings?

This has been an ongoing issue
3090's and 6900xt with ryzen 3xxx series always hovering in that range.
Turn all the settings up, that's not the issue,
this is the type of performance you can expect.
As you are oc'd to 5ghz I doubt the xmp profile is deactivated.
If you want more frames..... you need quicker ram
This dude has more or less the same setup.... a generation newer and a 3090
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUqXf0oQQ4c

But you are not short on cpu or gpu power for more performance

OC your ram, watch the frames climb, not far enough?
Are you certain that your ram is running at 3200 is your cpu causing the xmp to kick off?

Also youtube is dog water anyway, can't trust em
Yeah my ram is def running at 3200. I heard, 3200 to 3600 doesnt make any difference. Maybe 1 or 2 fps?

I own a G9 Odyssey. But for warzone, i change my resolution to 1920x1080
 
kick the resolution up a level I bet you see no drop in fps 0
the video I posted seems relatively believable. he's hitting 160-170 but averaging about 140
and the ram speed doesn't seem to scale that well with this game... but if you were running at 2133 youd know
 
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ohitsham

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kick the resolution up a level I bet you see no drop in fps 0
the video I posted seems relatively believable. he's hitting 160-170 but averaging about 140
and the game doesn't seem to scale that well with this game
Just tried 1440p and i get the same fps. So whats the problem im facing where i cant hit 200fps on 1080p?
 

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kick the resolution up a level I bet you see no drop in fps 0
the video I posted seems relatively believable. he's hitting 160-170 but averaging about 140
and the game doesn't seem to scale that well with this game
Yeah he was Averaging 170-200fps depending on where he is
 
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Good evening,

You have a beautiful setup. Let’s see if we can get this situation sorted out. First, it would be very helpful if we knew which vendors you are using for your DDR4, ssd/nvme, as well as your motherboard details. Are your memory modules 2x16 or 4x8? What are their CAS latencies? What are their stock frequencies(I.e. the frequency that was advertised to you). Is your storage Samsung, ADATA, Seagate, HD,SSD,Nvme? Does your mother board’s qvl list agree with the memory modules that you have purchased? What are the limits of your power supply? How many things do you have plugged into you board?(fans, addressable LEDs, essentially anything plugged into your mobo). Is your hardware stored in a case or does it live on an open bench? Which monitor are you using? I believe you had mentioned an odyssey, but I might be misquoting you, my apologies. Additionally, what is the refresh rate of your monitor? Is this a native 1080p or is it originally a 1440p? Finally, what are the thermal boundaries of your hardware? Which temperatures do you see the most frequently? Are you water cooling or are you using a passive heatsink? Which thermal paste are you using? All of this information will prove beneficial for the increase in performance that you wish to achieve. Every frame counts. the FPS becomes extremely important when it comes to games like warzone, especially when you explicitly paid for the performance.
 

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