Underperforming 2080Ti (and SSD)

RAM4all

Prominent
Aug 8, 2017
14
0
510
Best answers
0
Hello all, as you can see from the UserBenchmark, my GPU is currently underperforming and I'd like to get to the bottom of it: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/14588587

My system:
MOBO: MSI X399 Carbon Pro Gaming
RAM: 32 GB of 3200 MHz ADATA DDR4 RAM (running at 2933 MHz)
PSU: EVGA Fully Modular 850W Gold Rated
OS: Windows 10 64bit

One of my SSD's also isn't doing very well. It would appear my GPU runs anywhere from 50-55 degrees celcius at idle, which seems pretty high: https://gyazo.com/ed210c8b9b37ee45161d136a07eaff25

Lastly, I'll post a pic of the inside of my tower (please excuse the garbage cable management, I've been changing things around a lot and will eventually clean up): https://gyazo.com/c1e6fc3dbd04002151f8e85ae891d5fe

As you can see, I have 2 140MM intake fans at the front of the tower that are BEHIND the CPU cooler radiator, and then 3 outtake 120 MM fans. I don't know if the radiator is hurting the airflow or what, any recommendations are appreciated. I have 2 monitors attached, one is a 1440p 144Hz G-Sync monitor and the other is running standard 1080p/60Hz.
 

Dragon155

Commendable
Nov 9, 2016
70
0
1,640
Best answers
1
So the Graphics card is working fine as far as I can see, what it mainly comes down to is CPU performance (I know it’s a gpu test) you have a great cpu, great for anything that requires lots of cores. But the benchmarks come down to single core performance. The ryzen 1920x you have doesn’t have amazing single core performance. The better the single core performance, the better the GPU can perform. That’s why it’s in the 19th percentile, still above plenty of benches. The idle temperatures at 54C are fine, the fans on a gpu don’t run until they reach 60C (unless you manually make them run). The SSD is likely slower because it has a lot installed on it, and even though they are much faster there is still a little performance decrease from a full to empty solid state drive.
 

RAM4all

Prominent
Aug 8, 2017
14
0
510
Best answers
0


I see, thank you very much.
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY

TRENDING THREADS

Latest posts