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Magga

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About Magga

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    AMD 2700x @ 3.8Ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Pro Carbon Gaming
  • RAM
    2x8GB GSkill DDR4 @ 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    Gainwaid RTX2080 Pheonix GS
  • Case
    Fratcal Design R5
  • Storage
    Allot
  • PSU
    Coolermaster 750w
  • Display(s)
    Acer XG270HU + two hand me downs
  • Cooling
    Stock AMD
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow 2017 TE
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba Elite
  • Sound
    Astro A40 TR
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. Since the 16th of febuary i've been experiencing this issue in Rainbow 6 siege (and in other games but mainly in siege), where my GPU's no_load_limit turns on and usage drops to 0%. My fps drops to 0 and ping shoots up in the hundreds because my game is not answering the server. What i've tried to fix this so far. Lowering my settings. Deleting the gamesettings.ini. Deleting gamefiles and cleaning the registry, with ccleaner and manually. Clean booting. Running the game on a fresh windows install with only geforce experience, steam, uplay and rainbow 6 innstalled. Reseating GPU. Running the game with vsync at 59hz (did work for a bit but the problem came back), which is a shitty console fps these days. Loading old drivers. Cleaninstalling drivers. Ubisoft support has been unable to help me, and basically told me to go fuck myself. Giving my GPU to a buddy with a similar system - 1 ryzen gen and a 1080 instead of 2080. Video of the bug in action:
  2. Can't Believe i didn't think of this, everything is maxing out as it should now
  3. This is my Time Spy mark https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/32922041?
  4. Does this help? benchmark.html
  5. He thought i bought the chip to fix the problem, he didn't say the 2700x was a bad chip.
  6. I'll record some benchmarks, with the readouts from afterburner, so you'll see how the system reacts. or if you want me to do it in another way.
  7. Should be said that when the graphics card goes to idle, its because its hitting its no load limit.
  8. Hey i have checked controll panel. But lets say, i am not complaining about the lack of utilization, it is performance, i run some games worse than my 970, because the card is not being used
  9. My CPU usage is normal , using 50 - 100% in games, usually staying at 60 - 70 degrees. GPU as i said varies but usually stays between 40 and 70% usage, and staying at a cool 40 - 50 degrees. I run two 8gb DiMMs in dual channel at 3000Mhz, (who buys single channel?) I have changed the XMP profiles for RAM i bios, so it'll run at the advertised speed. This is a older post, with the same problem from when the cards first came.
  10. Haven't used a gpu benchmark other than the ones in, GTA5, Hitman 2, Rainbow 6: Siege and Ghost recon: Wildlands. Have not been looking at per core performance, will do when i get the chance to. And yes i have been on 1440p 144hz since when i got my 970 back in 2015
  11. Haven't used a gpu benchmark other than the ones in, GTA5, Hitman 2, Rainbow 6: Siege and Ghost recon: Wildlands. Have not been looking at per core performance, will do when i get the chance to. And yes i have been on 1440p 144hz since when i got my 970 back in 2015
  12. My CPU usage is normal , using 50 - 100% in games, usually staying at 60 - 70 degrees. GPU as i said varies but usually stays between 40 and 70% usage, and staying at a cool 40 - 50 degrees. I run two 8gb DiMMs in dual channel at 3000Mhz, (who buys single channel?) I have changed the XMP profiles for RAM i bios, so it'll run at the advertised speed. This is a older post, with the same problem from when the cards first came.
  13. Well i mainly needed to switch out my previous motherboard, but thanks for the remark. AMD 2700x MSI B450 Pro Carbon Gaming Gainward Pheonix RTX2080 16GB GSkill DDR4 3000Mhz Coolermaster 750w psu
  14. Back in september i switched out my 970 for a brand spanking new 2080. I quickly experienced that the card was under performing though, only reaching 60% usage in most games, 100% in Forza, and some times it just rejects everything and slowly goes to idle usage (youtube video is of the event). I as many other people ended up blaming my i7-4790k for the issues, blaming it on a CPU bottleneck and to few lanes, since i was running the card in 8x. Last week i switched out my 4790k with a 2700x, thinking that new mother board, new ram, new cpu, would do the trick. But alas it did not, exact same problems as before. Getting 10 - 20fps more, but i write that off as the 2700x doing its job. I have tried most solutions: Reinstalling drivers using old drivers "Buying a new everything else" Checking Bios settings regarding the card (running at 16x) Making sure the card has enough power, testing differences between nvidia DSR and non DSR. Overclocking Under clocking Using only one display. V-sync I know allot of people have this same issue, and most of them just get scurried away with "CPU bottleneck". So i hope this confirms that it isn't a CPU bottleneck. Performance TANK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljs_h7bi0qY&t=46s
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