Hi. I have recently upgraded from a GTX 1070 to an RTX 3070ti. My CPU is a Ryzen 7 5800X. I wanted to test out the full potential of the new graphics card I got, trying out all my games to see the performance upgrade. To my surprise, the difference was barely noticable, going from previously 80fps on Battlefield 1 on highest settings to only 90 with the 3070ti, or from 90-100 fps in GTA V to around 120. I knew something was wrong, so I have been spending the last 4 hours searching various forums about this problem and finding out I am not the only one running into such an issue. I have ran benchmarks, in which I found out my CPU was really underperforming, and it makes no sense to me as to why, and even my GPU and RAM are slightly underperforming too. https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/46634234 , https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/46631601 . When it came to games, I also realised a problem was that I was running them at 1080p, and that I should probably invest in a 1440p monitor, but is it even worth it if my components are going to run this badly? I look at other people benchmarking with the exact same components as mine, and if it was a 10-20 fps increase they were getting that would be fine with me, but when the difference is at times, with certain games, up to 100 fps better? I really wish someone can advise me on how to fix this issue.