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RTX2070 married Ryzen 1600

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi Gurus,

I got myself a RTX 2070 and pared it with my old AMD Ryzen 1600.

Without OCing my CPU I notice that there are micro stuttering in games like BF V and Apex Legends. (more stuttering in BF V vs Apex)

With that said I have OC-ed the CPU to 3.75 ghz (max stable), there is noticeable less stuttering. Also did a fresh install of WIN 10 & new mobo , bios , Nvidia, etc... drivers & games installed in SSD.

Does this mean that its time to plug in a faster Ryzen? From all the leaks I am tempted to get my hands on a Ryzen 3rd gen with all those news leaks going out there (digesting these with plenty of salt XD).

Thanks in advance. Cheers

 

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2 minutes ago, EricStar said:

8gb (x2)

Very strange.. you sure its running at 3200mhz? cuz i doubt 1st gen hits 3200mhz, its pretty rare

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Battlefield V is very CPU heavy and I want to say so is Apex.

It's not your RAM or your GPU, it's just that your CPU seems to be taxed to hell.


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Playing at 1080P or 1440P?

 

Ray Tracing and DLSS on or off?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, emosun said:

did you check the cpu usage or are you just making a guess without checking it

I did check my cpu usage when it was at stock was running at 100% most of the time which lead to OC-ing the CPU but kind of forgotten to do this during OC. 🤦‍♂️

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Just now, EricStar said:

I did check my cpu usage when it was at stock was running at 100% most of the time which lead to OC-ing the CPU but kind of forgotten to do this during OC. 🤦‍♂️

the overclock will have helped it zero then. I think few people know that an overclocks actual results are sub par to buying faster hardware.

Just replace the cpu

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Ankerson said:

Playing at 1080P or 1440P?

 

Ray Tracing and DLSS on or off?

1080P, all Ray Tracing & DLSS on with Medium graphics settings...

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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, handymanshandle said:

Battlefield V is very CPU heavy and I want to say so is Apex.

It's not your RAM or your GPU, it's just that your CPU seems to be taxed to hell.

So the best solution 8C/16T?

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7 minutes ago, EricStar said:

1080P, all Ray Tracing & DLSS on with Medium graphics settings...

 

 

Turn off RT and see if it's any better.

 

What monitor are you using?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, emosun said:

the overclock will have helped it zero then. I think few people know that an overclocks actual results are sub par to buying faster hardware.

Just replace the cpu

In contradiction, did notice that I gained a few frames with OC, but could not figure out why on earth stuttering occurs.

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6 minutes ago, EricStar said:

So the best solution 8C/16T?

You don't need more cores, just faster ones. Waiting for 3rd gen Ryzen and getting a new 6 core would work wonders.


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2 minutes ago, EricStar said:

In contradiction, did notice that I gained a few frames with OC, but could not figure out why on earth stuttering occurs.

becuase the cpu overclock didnt do anything

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Ankerson said:

 

 

Turn off RT and see if it's any better.

 

What monitor are you using?

Monitor: Acer XF240H

Kind of suc* not able to RTX ON 😐 if it turns out to be RT...

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Newer game do need high ipc processor,and amd a bit laging behind intel,just wait for 3rd gen ryzen line up for replace your processor,let's just hope it has more ipc as amd promised

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Soerya said:

Newer game do need high ipc processor,and amd a bit laging behind intel,just wait for 3rd gen ryzen line up for replace your processor,let's just hope it has more ipc as amd promised

Hopeful as well. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

You don't need more cores, just faster ones. Waiting for 3rd gen Ryzen and getting a new 6 core would work wonders.

Ahhh, Thats monthsss away for me vs you guys in the States... 😥

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Something doesn’t seem right here. I play both of those games with a rtx2060 and a ryzen 7 1800x and I have no issues keeping framerate over 100 at 1080p and I don’t notice this stutter your talking about.  

Do you have anything running in the background while you play? 


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1 hour ago, EricStar said:

So the best solution 8C/16T?

zen 1 just lacks the single core speed, you are running at 80+fps? shouldnt stutter at 60


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 hours ago, Gohardgrandpa said:

Something doesn’t seem right here. I play both of those games with a rtx2060 and a ryzen 7 1800x and I have no issues keeping framerate over 100 at 1080p and I don’t notice this stutter your talking about.  

Do you have anything running in the background while you play? 

I think your cpu is the strong point. I just did some research at 1080p its cpu bottle neck higher than that is your gpu...

I will test my cpu in a while to see this theory holds but it looks true from all I read...
I did a fresh install. None of the unusual, RGB softwares, normal drivers, Microsoft office, chrome etc...

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Oh dear, Buttery experience with DX11 compared to sickly DX12. WIth DX 11 & OC CPU usage has never peaked to 100%. With DX12 will just crash my game and at times reach 100% CPU usage... 🤨

Do you guys have any issues with DX12?

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