Question Stutters while gaming + getting lower fps on newer card than old

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Userbench is saying your gpu isn't performing as it should. Somehow i do believe it and Firestrike results and it's detailed analysis of your system specs and frequencies would give an indication if true.

Might need to take the PC back to the store to get it checked and make sure not something else is going on.

I'm off ill check back tomorrow morning. Night.
Alright, thanks for all your help.
 
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Userbench is saying your gpu isn't performing as it should. Somehow i do believe it and Firestrike results and it's detailed analysis of your system specs and frequencies would give an indication if true.

Might need to take the PC back to the store to get it checked and make sure not something else is going on.

I'm off ill check back tomorrow morning. Night.
I also made a short 40 second video comparing today with the 1660 vs a month ago with the 1060, the first clip of daylight is 1660 and the one thats taken at night is the 1060
View: https://youtu.be/mHnZFcQhNsI
FPS Is recorded in the bottom left
Did the firestrike DX11 Benchmark







 
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Big difference between day and night huh.

Comparing 3D mark, it's not far off from a guy with an overclocked 1600 and some memory overclock on the 1660

https://www.3dmark.com/fs/21149555

Do other games run fine? Improvements?

Try the same Nvidia driver you had for the 1060?
nah, in rust there isnt much of a difference between day and night, the night clip is 1060 and day is 1660. I seemed to have somehow fixed it by disabling SMT in my bios, and tried disabling 2/6 of the cores but it was 100% load on the cpu and i reverted it back, im getting temps while playing in the 78-83 range on my gpu which isn't good though. I have most settings high to use alot of cpu, as rust is cpu intensive, and ive already put a few things up on r/playrust but they all just recommend new parts and shit,
-nolog -high -maxMem=16384 -malloc=system -cpuCount=6 -exThreads=6 -force-d3d11-no-singlethreaded -gc.buffer 4096 -hitnotify.notification_level
is the launch code i use for rust, and i dont stutter anymore, but the fps is like 55-70 which is ridiculous as my friend has a 980 and hits constant 70-90
i just went into bios and enabled xmp and it says memory boost 32.00 but in task manager it says its at 3200mhz but im not sure if thats just the base clock or live speed. I'm not too sure which drivers i was on for 1060 but i will have the download saved somewhere in my downloads, is it worth trying? my mate also suggests my cpu may possibly be faulty but im not sure. Ive only tried 1 other game so far and it was stuttering a little bit more than usual. It is a very cpu intensive game (16 yrs old n only 32bit)




This is my usage while playing rust
 
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Temps are ok. Would be better if you had intake fans.

Looks like ram is running at 3200. Check with Cpuz memory tab, it should say 1600.

Try a different Nvidia driver, GeForce/drivers has a list of older drivers.

If there are chipset driver updates available for your board try that too.
 

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