Question Is the i5 9600k enough for the 2080 ? Because i have often fps stutters in bo3 or maybe is it because my power supply is to weak(550 watt gold)

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Specs:
16 gb tridentz 3000mhz
2080 gainward
H115i pro
Asus z390-a
I5-9600k
Corsair tx550m (550 wattpower supply)
Samsung 500gb ssd

Why i have fps drops and stutters with this build ? Pls help
 

Barty1884

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Are you monitoring temperatures?

Are you monitoring CPU/RAM/GPU utilization?

What resolution are you playing at?

While there are many variables at play, generally speaking yes, a 9600K and 2080 is a solid pairing.
The TX550M is a solid PSU and perfectly capable of powering that system adequately.
 
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Are you monitoring temperatures?

Are you monitoring CPU/RAM/GPU utilization?

What resolution are you playing at?

While there are many variables at play, generally speaking yes, a 9600K and 2080 is a solid pairing.
The TX550M is a solid PSU and perfectly capable of powering that system adequately.
Yes i do.the temp was gpu highest 72 and normal 50-65 and the cpu highest 61 and normal 40-53 and my resolution is full hd
 
the auto-overclocking presets in many mainboard BIOS setups quite often set too high a core voltage, and result in overheating, but, if you are happy w/ temps, perhaps you got a good combo....

(Is MCE enabled in the BIOS, which would have HWMonitor showing all cores hitting 5 GHz? IF temps under control, and all core 5 GHz is quite darn respectable!)
 
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the auto-overclocking presets in many mainboard BIOS setups quite often set too high a core voltage, and result in overheating, but, if you are happy w/ temps, perhaps you got a good combo....

(Is MCE enabled in the BIOS, which would have HWMonitor showing all cores hitting 5 GHz? IF temps under control, and all core 5 GHz is quite darn respectable!)
Yea 5 Ghz ai-overclocker and max temp 65
 

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