Question What have I done wrong?

May 26, 2019
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So I have just built my new gaming pc and i started to run Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege and i saw online people benchmarks they were getting like 70fps average and i only get like 20fps.

My specs are:

Cpu: Ryzen 3 2200g(Vega 8 Intergrated Graphics) + Wraith Cooler

Motherboard: Gigabyte B450 DS3H

Ram: 1 x 8gb 3000mhz (Corsair Vengeance)

Hard Drive: 1TB

SSD: None

PSU: Artic Blue+ 750w

GPU: Vega 8 Intergrated Graphics



Please Help. :)
 
Your ram kit is a single stick forced to run in a single channel, this will cripple IGPU and CPU performance.
Also, It could be your HDD cannot load in-game data fast enough, causing stutters. Considering a cheap 256gb M.2 SATA SSD can be had for under $30, I see no reason to use an HDD as the sole drive. An SSD will transform a system, making it incredibly fast.

What I would do:
I would lower the settings to 1080p lowest, which should give more than 20fps.
Make sure your GPU drivers up to date.
Make sure your CPU and Igpu are running under 80c while gaming.
HWmonitor can monitor these temps for free.
Consider adding an SSD like the Team Group MS30 M.2 SATA3 256GB which is only $29.99
Consider adding another identical stick of ram to bring you up to 16gb in dual channel.
 
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Yup. You coudl try and add another identical RAM stick to increase your overall RAM to 16GB in dual channel but there's no guarantee it will work, that's why RAM is sold in dual channel kits.

Another option to improve your performance by looking around online for a used GTX960 which are around 50 USD or even a used RX570 or RX580 whchi again are pretty cheap on the used market.
 
May 26, 2019
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Your ram kit is a single stick forced to run in a single channel, this will cripple IGPU and CPU performance.
Also, It could be your HDD cannot load in-game data fast enough, causing stutters. Considering a cheap 256gb M.2 SATA SSD can be had for under $30, I see no reason to use an HDD. An SSD will transform a system, making it incredibly fast.

What I would do:
I would lower the settings to 1080p low, which should be playable in theory.
Make sure your GPU drivers up to date.
Make sure your CPU and Igpu are running under 80c while gaming. HW monitor can monitor these temps.
im playing 1080p all low and the lowest possible settings, how can i check intergrated gpu drivers?
 
May 26, 2019
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Yup. You coudl try and add another identical RAM stick to increase your overall RAM to 16GB in dual channel but there's no guarantee it will work, that's why RAM is sold in dual channel kits.

Another option to improve your performance by looking around online for a used GTX960 which are around 50 USD or even a used RX570 or RX580 whchi again are pretty cheap on the used market.
im getting an rx 570 4gb, is that good
 
They are a good card, much more powerful then your current 2200G.

You can get a new RX570 fro Powercolor new for 130 on Newegg or a Gigbyte one for 139. Again I would look on ebay or other used sites as they can be picked up pretty cheap these days.
 
May 26, 2019
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They are a good card, much more powerful then your current 2200G.

You can get a new RX570 fro Powercolor new for 130 on Newegg or a Gigbyte one for 139. Again I would look on ebay or other used sites as they can be picked up pretty cheap these days.
i bought an rx 570 4gb asus expedition is it good?
 

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