[SOLVED] Warzone FPS question

Cglenn79

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Perhaps someone can help me. I know a few issues with my PC but maybe I am missing something. My PC specs are
I7 8700k
Gigabyte Aorus 3080
32MB of RAM (Current speed is 2666)
Monitor is a Acer Nitro Ultrawide 3440x1440
MB ASRock B365M Phantom Gaming 4 LGA 1151
Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1 TB NVME M.2

I am trying to figure out what kind of FPS I should expect from warzone. I see videos on Youtube with people hovering around 140-160. Yet That would be extremely difficult for me to achieve. I have tried all sorts of settings to get more FPS but still cap out around the same. I even dip down below 100fps depending on the area I am in. Is my CPU bottlenecking me? Is the memory speed hurting as well? I have no over-clocked anything I am also staying cool around 78c during high load
 
Yeah the MB is my weakness for sure. I think it would have to be something along those lines. I just cant seem to get more frames and feel I should be higher. The videos I watch are people running a 3080 or 2080ti but they also run a I9 9900k CPU.
well 9900K is 8C 16T and does clock better. Not every same specs would reproduce the same fps, so yeah, pretty much the solution here is to upgrade to a Z370/Z390 mobo, or grab a better system like 5600G, 10600K/KF, 11600K/KF, or 12600K/KF and pair it with a fast ram.
 
Perhaps someone can help me. I know a few issues with my PC but maybe I am missing something. My PC specs are
I7 8700k
Gigabyte Aorus 3080
32MB of RAM (Current speed is 2666)
Monitor is a Acer Nitro Ultrawide 3440x1440
MB ASRock B365M Phantom Gaming 4 LGA 1151
Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1 TB NVME M.2

I am trying to figure out what kind of FPS I should expect from warzone. I see videos on Youtube with people hovering around 140-160. Yet That would be extremely difficult for me to achieve. I have tried all sorts of settings to get more FPS but still cap out around the same. I even dip down below 100fps depending on the area I am in. Is my CPU bottlenecking me? Is the memory speed hurting as well? I have no over-clocked anything I am also staying cool around 78c during high load
Well it''s not always anything bottlenecks anything, somtimes cpu architecture and OS optimizations could be different. you are pretty much capped with that B365 motherboard, and with a z370 or z390 mobo, you could OC the CPU and the Ram to be more faster, and actually gain more performance, with the same setting you did on the game.
 

Cglenn79

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Well it''s not always anything bottlenecks anything, somtimes cpu architecture and OS optimizations could be different. you are pretty much capped with that B365 motherboard, and with a z370 or z390 mobo, you could OC the CPU and the Ram to be more faster, and actually gain more performance, with the same setting you did on the game.
Yeah the MB is my weakness for sure. I think it would have to be something along those lines. I just cant seem to get more frames and feel I should be higher. The videos I watch are people running a 3080 or 2080ti but they also run a I9 9900k CPU.
 
Yeah the MB is my weakness for sure. I think it would have to be something along those lines. I just cant seem to get more frames and feel I should be higher. The videos I watch are people running a 3080 or 2080ti but they also run a I9 9900k CPU.
well 9900K is 8C 16T and does clock better. Not every same specs would reproduce the same fps, so yeah, pretty much the solution here is to upgrade to a Z370/Z390 mobo, or grab a better system like 5600G, 10600K/KF, 11600K/KF, or 12600K/KF and pair it with a fast ram.
 

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