Question Ryzen 3700x and RTX 2070 Super Low Performance

Shocking777

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Hello, i'm having low performance issue notably on Valorant since it's my main game. My PC setup is

CPU: AMD Ryzen 3700x
Mobo: ASRock B450M Steel Legend
GPU: Zotac RTX 2070 Super
RAM: Corsair 2x8 GB 2133Mhz
HDD: Seagate 1TB 7200RPM
SSD: ADATA XPG S8200 PRO NVME
PSU: Bitfenix Whisper 650W Gold

I believe i'm supposed to get 200-300 FPS with this specs, since i saw my friend getting way better FPS with worse rig. I've updated my driver, optimized windows, nvidia and game settings but i could only manage to get 100-160 FPS, sometimes dipping down to below 90 FPS.

I benched my CPU using CPU-Z and it shows a 90-97% performance against the reference AMD Ryzen 3700x, is this normal? I've benchmarked using Heaven Benchmark aswell and here are the results
https://ibb.co/0XPj1Cj
https://ibb.co/2FydTzM
https://ibb.co/vv96G0Y
https://ibb.co/Jj9TQDx

Note: There's a problem, i should've had the 3200mhz RAM. I bought this PC 2 years ago and had to replace the RAM a year ago cause it was faulty and it was on my warranty. I did not realize until now that it was replaced with a 2133Mhz RAM, i'm currently complaining to the store (since they're the one aswell who assembled it cause i could not build my own PC). But is there a major difference?
 

rakibfahadgts

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Hello, i'm having low performance issue notably on Valorant since it's my main game. My PC setup is

CPU: AMD Ryzen 3700x
Mobo: ASRock B450M Steel Legend
GPU: Zotac RTX 2070 Super
RAM: Corsair 2x8 GB 2133Mhz
HDD: Seagate 1TB 7200RPM
SSD: ADATA XPG S8200 PRO NVME
PSU: Bitfenix Whisper 650W Gold

I believe i'm supposed to get 200-300 FPS with this specs, since i saw my friend getting way better FPS with worse rig. I've updated my driver, optimized windows, nvidia and game settings but i could only manage to get 100-160 FPS, sometimes dipping down to below 90 FPS.

I benched my CPU using CPU-Z and it shows a 90-97% performance against the reference AMD Ryzen 3700x, is this normal? I've benchmarked using Heaven Benchmark aswell and here are the results
https://ibb.co/0XPj1Cj
https://ibb.co/2FydTzM
https://ibb.co/vv96G0Y
https://ibb.co/Jj9TQDx

Note: There's a problem, i should've had the 3200mhz RAM. I bought this PC 2 years ago and had to replace the RAM a year ago cause it was faulty and it was on my warranty. I did not realize until now that it was replaced with a 2133Mhz RAM, i'm currently complaining to the store (since they're the one aswell who assembled it cause i could not build my own PC). But is there a major difference?
Anything above GTX 1050 should see maximum possible frame rate @1080p low settings. Valorant is a very lightweight game I get @ max 18-20% gpu usage with 5700 xt 240 Hz. Although I have Intel 10th gen cpu. Even though Ryzen is memory sensitive this shouldn't be an issue for valorant. The problem seems to lie in PSU dept. Try to run superposition Benchmark and cinebench simultaneously and see if your cpu and gpu both reach 100% with maximum rated power.
 

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