Question Pulse 5600 XT low FPS

shanyin37

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I am getting around 50 fps on Destiny 2 and around the same on The Division 2 with my new Sapphire Pulse 5600 XT.

I did the Vbios thing but I read that I should be getting 144 fps on Destiny 2 on Ultra. And on the Divsion 2 it dips alot from 60 to 50.

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Ryzen 5 2600X
B450M ASROCK PRO 4 Micro ATX
1 TB Samsung QVO SSD
2 TB Seagate Baracuda
EVGA BR 600 WATT Power Supply
16 GB RAM 3200
 

shanyin37

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I am sorry for my behaviour in the other thread. I have schizophrenia. I got too comfortable with this forum because its awsome.

I get 60 fps in doom and I read it should be 200 fps. So I think something is wrong. I think the drivers are up to date because thats what radeon softare said.
 

King_V

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Well, I would be very suspicious of that PSU - the BR is one of EVGA's poor-quality PSUs.

That aside, it almost sounds like you have VSync enabled, with a 60Hz monitor. Or perhaps Radeon Chill enabled, with a cap of 60fps
 

shanyin37

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In Ghost Recon Wildlands I get about 50 FPS on Ultra 1080p. Doesn't seem right to me.

On Pub G I get around 130 fps which is cool. So it seems to be only some games.
 

60frames

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In Ghost Recon Wildlands I get about 50 FPS on Ultra 1080p. Doesn't seem right to me.

On Pub G I get around 130 fps which is cool. So it seems to be only some games.
If you want to know how your card should perform here is an excellent site to tell you genuine results-https://www.anandtech.com/bench/GPU19/2638
 

hutchl

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The 2600 will not bottleneck a 5600XT and if it does it will be a very small bottleneck.
What I meant is you will not get as much performance with a 2600 as compared to a 9700k, 9900k, 3800X, 3900X, etc. Which is what I'm guessing he is seeing when reviewers say you'll get X amount of FPS with the card. Because they are using one of the above mentioned CPUs to eliminate any hindrance on the GPUs raw performance.
 

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The problem here is thinking that you can achieve a stable 144FPS with a 5600xt at ultra on any game.

You will not have 144 FPS in destiny 2 and the division 2 at ultra.

Look at any benchmark or youtube fps videos with the 5600xt. This is a 80-100 fps in most game. Not 144.
 

hutchl

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The problem here is thinking that you can achieve a stable 144FPS with a 5600xt at ultra on any game.

You will not have 144 FPS in destiny 2 and the division 2 at ultra.

Look at any benchmark or youtube fps videos with the 5600xt. This is a 80-100 fps in most game. Not 144.
Yeah but 60 in Doom is far too low. But like I said I think the games have frame caps enable. That's the only thing that really makes sense here.
 

shanyin37

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EDIT

Thing is in Division yesterday I was getting like 90-110 fps but it just dips into like 55-60 in different parts of the game. It's all eratic.

I will try DOOM again and see if there's a FPS cap but I think I turned it off.
 
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shanyin37

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My Radeon software doesn't look like that. But I do have Radeon Chill disabled and Radeon Enhanced sync disabled.

I am getting like 30-45 FPS in Ghost Recon Wildlands on Ultra, and like 60-70 fps in Rainbow 6 Siege on Ultra. Just an update.
 

shanyin37

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I'm not sure what to say at this point. Still looking for advice. Can't find the FPS target on there.

Isn't the 5600 XT supposed to be better than the 1070 Ti?
 

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