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Hello guys so i have a ryzen 3400g and an msi gtx 960 oc and B450 aorus mob and 3100mhz 8giga of ram and im trying to run gta 5 online but im only getting 40 fps with the lowest graphics possible what should i do ???????????????
 

WildCard999

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Is the monitor connected to the motherboard or 960? If connected to the motherboard then your only using the Vega 11 iGPU and not the 960.

Can you confirm the speed of the memory in the BIOS? You may need to enable XMP to get the correct speed.

Do you have the newest drivers installed for the 960? Old or outdated drivers could cause poor performance

Where did you get the game from? Steam, disk, etc.

As @drivinfast247 stated, if it's only a single stick then that's part of the problem as well since Ryzen performs better in dual channel.
 
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WildCard999

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Getting another 8gb may or may not work even if it's identical, memory is very finicky which is why it's tested and sold together as a kit.

Make sure the RAM is running at 3000/3200 (whatever it's rated for) in the BIOS. Usually you have to enable XMP/DOCP or whatever it's called based on the manufacturer or it runs at 2133 stock which has a massive difference in gaming performance (can be like a 25 FPS difference or at least little to no FPS dips). If you do enable XMP and it doesn't boot properly then refer to the motherboard manual as you may need to change which slot the stick is in (if 4 slots it's usually the A2 slot for a single stick).
 
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Is the monitor connected to the motherboard or 960? If connected to the motherboard then your only using the Vega 11 iGPU and not the 960.

Can you confirm the speed of the memory in the BIOS? You may need to enable XMP to get the correct speed.

Do you have the newest drivers installed for the 960? Old or outdated drivers could cause poor performance

Where did you get the game from? Steam, disk, etc.

As @drivinfast247 stated, if it's only a single stick then that's part of the problem as well since Ryzen performs better in dual channel.
its saying DRAM frequency 1330.6mhz is that wrong because the ram frequency 3100 mhz
 
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DDR-Double Data Rate so 1330 is 2666 (close enough) so no your memory isn't running at the correct speed. What model is it exactly because I've never heard of a 3100mhz memory, only 3200 or 3000.
and i checked on the CPU-Z and i went to memory and its saying DRAM Frequency 1330.6 mhz
 
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hello guys i have an xpg spectix D41 8gb 3000MHz and when i check CPU-Z it says DRAMFrequency 1330.6 is there any solution ?????!!!!!
 
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ay bro i enabled that and when i rebbot and check CPU-Z it says DRAM Freq 1470.9 or smthng like that and my ram is 3000Mhz so what should i do ?
 
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In your motherboard BIOS, you should be able to select a memory speed of 3000. Likely in the MIT section of your BIOS under Advanced Memory Settings or something similar.
y bro i enabled that and when i rebbot and check CPU-Z it says DRAM Freq 1470.9 or smthng like that and my ram is 3000Mhz so what should i do ?
 

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