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About virty99

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  1. Its a discussion, you can turn it into a joke but you gotta be funny for that. To clarify even further, no literality going here, feel free to be more descriptive about why it's a joke other than the obvious of it being a comparatively less powerful card.
  2. Hey! Was looking to get your thoughts on how future proof the RTX 2070 SUPER will be for ray traced games specific to 1080p 60fps, as of right now, wondering about cyberpunk 2077. Control is one the most beautiful games I've played, and can run flawlessly on 1080p at 60fps with DLSS (only care about 60fps because I have a 60hz monitor.) What're your thoughts for cyberpunk 2077? And what about future rtx based games? Will the RTX 2070 super constantly deliver 60 fps at 1080p with max settings and rtx on? Would love to discuss.
  3. Yes there is! But if you can check the youtube link i posted : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmwc5hV43oU , you'll see his settings are maxed out with RTX on HIGH. He averages around 85 fps, My average would be around 50 or lesser
  4. Hey! The in-game vsync option caps my framerate at 60fps which limits the GPU usage as well, (60%) and i experience drops lesser than 54 fps etc, which is worse because it's capped. Fast VSync uses 100% of the gpu,does not cap and eliminates screen tearing based on the card's capability, so i prefer using that. Anyone have insights on the 0% for Control?
  5. Thats actually false because screen tearing feels pretty ugly, turning it off increases performance, by decreasing performance (causing screen tearing) ahahahah, and in the video that i'm comparing i see no screen tearing going on so i assume he's turned it on. You can find it in the control panel 3D settings under Vsync.
  6. There are different types of Vsycn, "fast" Vsync does not limit to the monitor's refresh rate!
  7. Hey! Thanks for replying, I've done that, games still run slower
  8. Hey guys, i recently built a new PC containing the Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super Windforce OC 3x 8gb. I've been getting lower performance compared to similar builds. When playing the new Control: Ultimate Edition, I get drops below 50 fps (RTX high, fast Vsycn on, 1080p), and have 0% GPU Usage, other games don't have the 0% issue, but poor performance when compared to similar builds. I average at around 50fps on this game and ive seen builds average at 85fps. While playing Anthem i get drops below 60fps playing in 1080p ultra. (Dlss off, Fast Vsycn on), average around 55fps This is the benchmark I'm comparing to, the uploader has stated that he's not used any OC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmwc5hV43oU My Build: MOBO: Aorus B550 Pro AC CPU: Ryzen 7 3700x GPU: Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super Windforce OC 3x 8gb RAM: Gskill TridentZ 32gb (16x2) 3200Mhz PSU: XPG Core Reactor 850w gold rated NZXT Water Cooler X52 and the NZXT H510 Cab. Monitor: Dell 1080p 60hz 3D Mark Timespy Score: https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/50369409? 3D Mark Firestrike Score: https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/50373268? *All drivers and Bios upto date. *XMP is turned on. *Stock profiles for CPU and GPU. *The temps go upto to 70*C on the GPU *The CPU runs at 30-50% with temps low. *Not that big a performance rise with Geforce Experience disabled. Would love some insight. ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************ Hey guys, thanks a lot for the replies. The card was connected into the PCIE 3.0 x4 slot instead of the PCIE 3.0 x16, I also replaced the single PCIE cable that's split into two connectors with 2 PCIE cables.