[SOLVED] RYZEN 2700x

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I've seen people play Assassins Creed Odyssey with 70 or 90 avg frames. My specs are 2700x, AsRock mATX B450 M pro4, 16gbs corsiar 3200mhz ram, rtx 2070 with m.2 storage. I can run other games just fine and I've been able to oc to 4.3ghz without it crashing but I top out at 70fps with an average of 45fps.
 

Schlachtwolf

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I had my 2700x to 4.3 aswell BUT.... while it got nice numbers in the benchmark test in real world applications it was lacking big time, it sounds great but it 'aint. I would reset bio's to XMP on, preformance Lvl 2, and a core ratio of 4.1 ghz. The benchmarks will not be so high but it is the sweet spot to run better in games from my experiences.

Does your GPU also have an OC? That would also help you get more FPS, in Afterburner you could add +100hrz to the clock and 350-400mhz to the memory without having to adjust the power voltage, but start with less and work up!

Hope this helps....

Cheers
 

Schlachtwolf

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I had my 2700x to 4.3 aswell BUT.... while it got nice numbers in the benchmark test in real world applications it was lacking big time, it sounds great but it 'aint. I would reset bio's to XMP on, preformance Lvl 2, and a core ratio of 4.1 ghz. The benchmarks will not be so high but it is the sweet spot to run better in games from my experiences.

Does your GPU also have an OC? That would also help you get more FPS, in Afterburner you could add +100hrz to the clock and 350-400mhz to the memory without having to adjust the power voltage, but start with less and work up!

Hope this helps....

Cheers
 
Feb 3, 2020
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I had my 2700x to 4.3 aswell BUT.... while it got nice numbers in the benchmark test in real world applications it was lacking big time, it sounds great but it 'aint. I would reset bio's to XMP on, preformance Lvl 2, and a core ratio of 4.1 ghz. The benchmarks will not be so high but it is the sweet spot to run better in games from my experiences.

Does your GPU also have an OC? That would also help you get more FPS, in Afterburner you could add +100hrz to the clock and 350-400mhz to the memory without having to adjust the power voltage, but start with less and work up!

Hope this helps....

Cheers
Whats XMP?
 

Schlachtwolf

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It is the Bios Overclock for RAM, can in AMD also be called DOCP in the Bios. If it was not activated it COULD be your 3200 RAM was running at the default setting which is often only 2166mhz.
 
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It is the Bios Overclock for RAM, can in AMD also be called DOCP in the Bios. If it was not activated it COULD be your 3200 RAM was running at the default setting which is often only 2166mhz.
And if my system shuts off and on a couple of times is that bad?
 
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