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  1. Oh yes got confused there . But still 87 fps seems quite to be all normal for the 2070S with rtx enabled
  2. I think the number says that your gpu is the bottleneck not sure tho I would say it's all fine. The numbers look like I'd expect from this card
  3. When reinstalling windows from via bios booting from a stick you can format all partitions on the SSD and then create a new one for your windows
  4. Buy good thermal paste ^^ that shouldn't have that issue. Just to be careful you can also heat up the cpu before you take of the cooler (safely!) So that the thermal paste softens up
  5. It does sound like a hardware related issue. Probably a bad gpu. But it could also be solved by software. I would try everything from driver ddu to reinstalling windows before buying a new gpu for hundreds of dollars ^^
  6. Maybe you have to activate xamp2.0 for the ram to run that fast
  7. Depends on if you need rtx or nah ^^ I would take the 2060 super since I love rtx and just think it's cool. But from an price to performance argument there actually no discussion needed to go for the 5700xt
  8. I don't think so since when video drivers crash windows usually shuts down with a blue screen or it doesn't shut down at all. Just closed all gpu applications and restarts the driver. What sometimes happens when you oc too far. The 1340 should be the base clock for the rx580 so there definelty was some kind of issue before hand. But like you said the bad psu could be a point there. 1750vram is a little low for the rx 580 but putting that to 2000 should be no issue since that's also the base
  9. Maybe he was plugging it in to a multi power outlet ? Sometimes when you do that power is not really consistent since it takes a second or so to balance out power between all devices plugged in (you also may see your monitor flicker when you turn on your desk lamp or so. Maybe if the power outlet was too stressed and the psu was not really good like you said it caused it to fail. Would be weird tho
  10. Well bad gpu utilization is usually a driver or optimization issue. Or it could be a bottleneck but I doubt that what is your cpu tho ? Just to be sure
  11. Probably just size tbh. Smaller cards have worse cooling but fit smaller builds. Tbh with a card like the 1650 super you shouldn't loose anything by going with a smaller card
  12. If you dont want any bullshitting and some serious advice then contact amd themselves, ask for a replacement or refund or something we just stated some facts and what options you have. if your unit for some reason is malfunctioning then were not able to help you. also just because some folks have problems with a card doesnt mean AMD sucks or the card sucks ^^ look around this forum theres threads about almost every f+cking card having problems sometimes. Oh and stay friendly next time.
  13. The "bottleneck" you're seeing there is most likely very normal. Since those games are optimized for high fps usually the cpu puts out less fps than your gpu could do and that results in gpu usages way below 100% but still high fps. Alltho 180 seems a little low for the 5700xt. But then theres also amd drivers and league just beeing a shitty programmed game after all so I'd say its quite normal. You can still try reinstalling drivers or ddu them
  14. In what games are your problems acouring ? Because even with a cpu that strong cpu bottlenecks still exist in high fps games like rocket league league of legends or similar. So say your cpu can put out 250-300fps in those but the gpu could do even more then it runs at lower usage. Wich is not bad it's perfectly normal for such games.
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