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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello guys,

My system is:

i7 6700k 4.0 Ghz

16GB DDR4 3200Mz Ram

SLI GPU:

Gainward GTX 1080

Msi Armor 1080

Gigabyte z170 gaming 3

 

When i try to lay games my average is 60-40 fps. I searched for solutions and i found that i have to upgrade my CPU, but i don't want to spend 600-700$ for a CPU and a motherboard. Another solution was to buy a 4k monitor. I don't know what to do, if anyones knows please help me.

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What games?

4 minutes ago, John Kourtis said:

i found that i have to upgrade my CPU

What makes you think so?

 

5 minutes ago, John Kourtis said:

don't want to spend 600-700$ for a CPU and a motherboard

Well, you could upgrade for a lot less than that but still, you may not have to. The 6700k is good.


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what games are you playing and at what resolution? wht settings in the game?

 

try using only 1gpu. does that fix the issue? (some games have negative scaling in SLI)

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5 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

What games?

What makes you think so?

 

Well, you could upgrade for a lot less than that but still, you may not have to. The 6700k is good.

i found out at http://thebottlenecker.com that my cpu bottlenecks my 2gpu at 34% and it recommend it me to upgrarde to a i9-9900k or i7-8700k or othes CPU like that.

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6 minutes ago, Saksham said:

what games are you playing and at what resolution? wht settings in the game?

 

try using only 1gpu. does that fix the issue? (some games have negative scaling in SLI)

I play AC Odyssey Far Cry 5 at Ultra setting at 1080p. I have the nvidia to diside when to activate sli from the nvidia settings.

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1 minute ago, John Kourtis said:

i found out at http://thebottlenecker.com that my cpu bottlenecks my 2gpu at 34% and it recommend it me to upgrarde to a i9-9900k or i7-8700k or othes CPU like that.

Yeah definitely don't trust the bottleneck calculator, it's far too general to the point of being inaccurate.


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Just now, fasauceome said:

Yeah definitely don't trust the bottleneck calculator, it's far too general to the point of being inaccurate.

Ok, but canyou help me? I see videos on youtube from gtx 1070 or 1060 with more fps than i have with 2 gtx 1080 at the games i play!!!!!! i just don't want to now after all this time that i have wasted my money.

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1 minute ago, John Kourtis said:

why should i use that?

maybe there is some weird bug in the driver. it may help, it may not. 

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30 minutes ago, John Kourtis said:

I play AC Odyssey Far Cry 5 at Ultra setting at 1080p. I have the nvidia to diside when to activate sli from the nvidia settings.

AC Odyssey is notorious for being very graphically demanding even an RTX 2080 Ti looks weak when running that game. My 6700k and GTX 1080 have been great for 1080p 144Hz gaming, but some titles like AC Odyssey, BF2, and Whitcher fall below 100FPS consistently. Unless you go 1440p a CPU upgrade will not yield the performance increase you would think, the exact reason why not to upgrade. 


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Some physical limitation. Need to actually see the info of the system running the game. Usage of everything. Preferably the graphs in the task manager and show each core of the cpu too. Don't see that cpu handling two 1080s at that res.


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A i7-6700K might/will hold the GPU back a little bit, compared to the newer, higher core count CPUs  -- but that can be fixed with a little CPU overclocking.

Assassin's Creed Odyssey is KNOWN to be a poorly optimized game; even higher-end system will struggle. 


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7 hours ago, JM21 said:

AC Odyssey is notorious for being very graphically demanding even an RTX 2080 Ti looks weak when running that game. My 6700k and GTX 1080 have been great for 1080p 144Hz gaming, but some titles like AC Odyssey, BF2, and Whitcher fall below 100FPS consistently. Unless you go 1440p a CPU upgrade will not yield the performance increase you would think, the exact reason why not to upgrade. 

Yes but other games like for honor and far cry 5 have poor performance. I don't even have steady 60 fps. I don't mind to have 144hz gaming i just want to have steady 60 fps and i'm asking if there is a software option that i can try and maybe solve my problem. 

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Did you try to run the games on single card? 

Are you sure you didn't insert second card into PCIEX4 slot?


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49 minutes ago, Quadriplegic said:

Did you try to run the games on single card? 

Are you sure you didn't insert second card into PCIEX4 slot?

I have Nvidia settings to choose when to activate sli. My motherboard only has pci-e 3 slots I think.

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54 minutes ago, Quadriplegic said:

Did you try to run the games on single card? 

Are you sure you didn't insert second card into PCIEX4 slot?

 

SLI is restricted, at a software level, to PCI-E X8 or above.

Anything below (e.g. PCI-E X4), and SLI won't be available.

 

4 minutes ago, John Kourtis said:

I have Nvidia settings to choose when to activate sli. My motherboard only has pci-e 3 slots I think.

 

Have you tried turned SLI on/off manually?

If the game does not scale well with SLI / multi-GPUs, you could see a performance HIT instead of a performance gain.


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On 3/25/2019 at 11:48 AM, -rascal- said:

 

SLI is restricted, at a software level, to PCI-E X8 or above.

Anything below (e.g. PCI-E X4), and SLI won't be available.

 

 

Have you tried turned SLI on/off manually?

If the game does not scale well with SLI / multi-GPUs, you could see a performance HIT instead of a performance gain.

Yes I have tried. The same performance

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How is the system reacting in benchmarks?


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On 3/28/2019 at 10:54 PM, Mick Naughty said:

How is the system reacting in benchmarks?

When i try game benchmarks they are low for my system. For example i saw a video with a 1070 got 100 fps and i got 90 at far cry primal same settings.

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1 hour ago, John Kourtis said:

When i try game benchmarks they are low for my system. For example i saw a video with a 1070 got 100 fps and i got 90 at far cry primal same settings.

Well that’s quite vague. Need to use the exact same settings if that’s the case. 

 

But i mean, what is the system actually doing during a benchmark? Usage and temps of every part. 


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On 4/7/2019 at 8:03 PM, Mick Naughty said:

Well that’s quite vague. Need to use the exact same settings if that’s the case. 

 

But i mean, what is the system actually doing during a benchmark? Usage and temps of every part. 

The CPU works at 95% 80C and the GPU 70-85% 60C

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