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I have a gaming PC I bought from IBUYPOWER last year. I was under the impression I would be getting well over 140hz (1080p) on Warzone, but rarely get above 100 in most areas, sometimes can get 110 (military area or in the hills). I have a NVIDIA RTX 2070, and am wondering if that needs upgraded to a better graphics card, or is something else causing it to bottleneck? Any upgrade info would be extremely helpful! I will put all Specs below:

Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Processor (6x 3.6GHx/32MB L3 Cache)
Graphics Card: Nvidia Geforce RTX 2070 - 8GB GDDR6
MotherBoard: ASUS Prime B550-Plus - ARGB Header (1), Gb Lan, USB 3.2 (7 rear, 4 front)
Power Supply: 650 Watt High Power Standard 80 Plus Gold
Primary Hard Drive: 500 GB WD Blue SN550 M.2 PCle NVMe SSD - Read: 2400MB/s; Write: 1750MB/s
Windows 10

This may be way more, or less, than needed, so let me know if theres more info I can give. I am still fairly new to this gaming PC!

THANK YOU!!
 
you have a relatively mid-tier system that is getting what i would expect in a modern AAA game with decent settings in place @ 1080p.

one thing you can try is lowering all of the in-game settings as low as possible in 1080p and see how much your FPS improves.
if it increases drastically then getting a more powerful GPU will help.
if not, then you need a better processor.

keep in mind that getting a more powerful RTX or RX card may not be possible at MSRP or may take quite some time to find available.
and that you will need a power supply upgrade for most of the higher tiered models.
 
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you have a relatively mid-tier system that is getting what i would expect in a modern AAA game with decent settings in place @ 1080p.

one thing you can try is lowering all of the in-game settings as low as possible in 1080p and see how much your FPS improves.
if it increases drastically then getting a more powerful GPU will help.
if not, then you need a better processor.

keep in mind that getting a more powerful RTX or RX card may not be possible at MSRP or may take quite some time to find available.
and that you will need a power supply upgrade for most of the higher tiered models.
Thank you! I appreciate the response. I do have all of my in game settings as low as possible, so it may be the processor that needs a look at with a potential upgrade. Do you have any recommendations for upgrades with my current setup? I am trying to get the most FPS while not breaking the bank..

Thank you again for the help!
 
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Thank you so much for the reply and assisting! I am not 100% sure what you mean by memory clock speed.. I am still really new to this and had it prebuilt. My purchase order specs shows:

Memory: Certified Major Brand Gaming Memory -16GB DDR4-3600 G. Skill Ripjaws V

Is this what you are referring to?

Again, thank you!
 
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Hey there,

Yeah, your CPU could be a bit stronger. You can try OC it and see if you get better results. Alternatively a 5600x will give your 2070 a new lease of life. One in which you can expect a good boost in FPS (not as much as with a new RTX GPU in place).

Agree, with @johnbonhams, make sure your DOCP memory profile is selected. This would be huge in terms of a performance jump over default 2133/2400mhz. You can check what speed your ram is running at in Windows, with CPU-z. Open the mem tab and post a screenshot of hit here. We can tell then.
 

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