Question Not getting the amount FPS as I should. Please help!

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Hello! I have a high-end gaming PC with a 1440p monitor. However pretty much every game I play I don't get as much of fps as I should. For example, I play warzone on low to med settings and only get around 120 fps (I play at 1440 p). My friends that I play with have less powerful GPU and get more fps than me even if I switch to 1080p. Please help as I've tried so many things and I'm getting stressed out.

Specs:

OS: Win 10 PRO 64 bit

GPU: MSI Trio RTX 2080 Super

CPU: AMD Ryzen 3700x

RAM: 32 (4x8) GB DDR4-3200

MB: Asus x-570 PRO

PSU: 750 W 80+ Gold

SSD: 970 Evo 500 Gb with windows

HDD: 2 TB

PSU: Corsair RM (2019) 750 W 80+ Gold

Monitor: LG 27GL850 set to 1440p + 144 hz in windows and the games.

USERBENCHMARK RESULTS:

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/31077778

Problem:

As more youtube videos I watch with my CPU and GPU as well as asking my gamer friends everyone gets more fps than I do.

In Cod WZ, I get around 100 to 120 fps on 1440p, while on 1080p I maybe get 140 fps. This is all on pretty much on minimal settings.

BattleField 5 on ULTRA 1440p runs at 80 fps, but when I look at youtube videos that have my gpu and CPU they get 100 to 140 fps on 1440p and ULTRA settings.

Also, on this website, it says what FPS I should be getting with my system components.

https://www.gpucheck.com/game-gpu/call-of-duty-modern-warfare-2019/nvidia-geforce-rtx-2080-super/amd-ryzen-7-3700x/ultra

What I've tried:

Reinstalled the game.

Updated every possible driver imaginable, chipset, bios, Nvidia etc.

Following the instructions here
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KsK55zgUAQ&feature=youtu.be
however it boosted maybe 10 fps in WZ, however, the game looked awful so I reset everything to default besides DSR factor (set to off) and power management (set to Max Performance)

Monitoring temps - my CPU is around 55 C and GPU is around 75 C when under HEAVY (Streaming and Playing WZ) load.

I have also disabled fastboot, gamer ba/ mode whatever, all overlays, etc.

I also enabled performance mode in Power settings.

Wiped all the drives and Cleaned installed windows.

Emabled D.O.C.P for ram in Bios, and set it to 3200 mhz.

What I have not tried:

I'm not so comfortable with BIOS tweaking so I didn't touch that part at all besides updating.



Please help! Thank you for taking your time and helping me out!
 
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Lutfij

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You might want to list your friends system's specs as well so we can get some form of an apple's to apple's or fruit to fruit comparison. Also, please don't use Userbench, it only puts more doubt into novices.

Are you on BIOS version 2407? Version for Windows 10?
 
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What speed is your RAM running? You have populated all 4 slots.
So it task manager it says 3200 mhz and 4 slots filled 32 GB. But when I get into Bios and in quick menu it says dram status at 2133 mhz? I did enable D.O.C.P (3200mhz) profile which shows right underneath.
 
Jul 27, 2020
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You might want to list your friends system's specs as well so we can get some form of an apple's to apple's or fruit to fruit comparison. Also, please don't use Userbench, it only puts more doubt into novices.

Are you on BIOS version 2407? Version for Windows 10?
Yes, I'm on bios 2407. My friends have 2060, and when I search about this problem people reply with something like "Damn man I have 2070 and I get 160 fps" . Plus if I watch a benchmark with the same specs they get 30-40 more fps than I do on ultra settings.

I did run the Superposition benchmark and got 7306 (1920x1080 extreme) and 10465 for 2560 x 1440
 

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