Question New GPU, Same Fps.

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I would also add that cpu score is extremely low, so that could definitely be holding you back. Please make sure it is not overheating and you have it set to high performance
Well, my CPU is not good enough for 2080 in my opinion. I prefer changing it tho to change it i need to change my motherboard first, if the results of RTX is good, i will just get a new motherboard, a new cpu and new rams one by one when i get some cash. thank you guys for all the support.
 

madmatt30

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either way, I need a new motherboard and new CPU so doesn't really matter. thank you all for the support, I hope I can get a new MB and a new CPU soon.

You've got a 40% performance loss on that cpu score in timespy.

That needs looking into, there is absolutely some form of performance throttling going on.

CPU score with a 4770 should be around 4000 marks.

You're taking the difference between 60fps and 100fps in game.

The 4770 is old now but it can still perform well, yours just isn't for some reason.
 

Fiorezy

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You might be having an issue with your drivers, they often break when you replace your GPU, I would suggest uninstalling your GPU drivers using DDU. Also, I guess that your CPU is holding you back in CPU dependant titles like Rust
 

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