[SOLVED] Rtx 2070 super question

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Hey guys so i just upgraded to a new rtx 2070 super asus evo dual fan.Boost clock i think is 1800 mhz.My friend has an rtx 2070 gaming z with 1830 boost clock and he has about the same clock speeds and fps with me sometimes even higher fps in games like black ops 4.Could it be my older system with i7 4790 and some old ddr3 ram thats holding my gpu back or is his custom card really faster than mine which is kinda wierd cause i thought 2070s was faster than 2070.I have already ordered 3700x ryzen and 3200 mhz ram waiting for them to arrive.Oh also i think his cpu is an i5 6600k or something like that with 3200 ram.
 

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All else being equal, a 2070 Super will outperform a 2070.... Pretty much 2080 performance.

Depending on the title(s) in question, your older CPU might limit it a little, but shouldn't be too often.
20xx cards will boost on their own, within defined voltage/power/temperature targets -- So, for example, if your 2070S is hitting, say 85C and your friends 2070 is staying <70C it may well b boosting higher.

Not enough information to definitively state at this point. Full system specs, OS, driver etc and games being played (along with CPU/GPU/RAM utilization) would help...
 

Barty1884

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All else being equal, a 2070 Super will outperform a 2070.... Pretty much 2080 performance.

Depending on the title(s) in question, your older CPU might limit it a little, but shouldn't be too often.
20xx cards will boost on their own, within defined voltage/power/temperature targets -- So, for example, if your 2070S is hitting, say 85C and your friends 2070 is staying <70C it may well b boosting higher.

Not enough information to definitively state at this point. Full system specs, OS, driver etc and games being played (along with CPU/GPU/RAM utilization) would help...
 

kostask5

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All else being equal, a 2070 Super will outperform a 2070.... Pretty much 2080 performance.

Depending on the title(s) in question, your older CPU might limit it a little, but shouldn't be too often.
20xx cards will boost on their own, within defined voltage/power/temperature targets -- So, for example, if your 2070S is hitting, say 85C and your friends 2070 is staying <70C it may well b boosting higher.

Not enough information to definitively state at this point. Full system specs, OS, driver etc and games being played (along with CPU/GPU/RAM utilization) would help...
my temps are pretty good with about 60c with a custom fan curve.The card is being used that much and stays at around 60% usage.Ram is a vengeance 1600mhz 16gb mobo is an old ecsh81-h3 m3 psu is thermaltake se smart 630w which i will be upgrading too cpu is around 80% used while my friends cpu is used at 100% but he still got a bit more fps.
 

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my temps are pretty good with about 60c with a custom fan curve.The card is being used that much and stays at around 60% usage.Ram is a vengeance 1600mhz 16gb mobo is an old ecsh81-h3 m3 psu is thermaltake se smart 630w which i will be upgrading too cpu is around 80% used while my friends cpu is used at 100% but he still got a bit more fps.I also checked furmark i have about 3 fps higher while he has 1770mhz core speed in furmark and i got 1710.
 

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