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Posted · Original PosterOP

 

So I built this Ryzen 7 2700x wiht 2400mhz ram EVGA 2080
MSI B450 motherboard
600w PSU

Currently only getting 80-96 frames in most games

 

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You bought a 240hz monitor and a Ryzen 7? why?


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4 minutes ago, OMGg said:

 

So I built this Ryzen 7 2700x wiht 2400mhz ram EVGA 2080
MSI B450 motherboard
600w PSU

Currently only getting 80-96 frames in most games

 

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Drivers might be an issue, but that RAM would bottleneck that GPU pretty easily. Either OC the RAM or get some new stuff. Ryzen should only have issues over about 150 FPS.

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1 minute ago, OMGg said:

had the monitor before this build

Why did you buy a Ryzen 7 2700X? it will never reach anywhere near 240fps, you need an i7 8700K ~ 9700K ~ 9900K to push that many frames at 1080p.

 

If you bought this CPU for gaming specifically that was a bad purchase considering the type of panel you have, your memory is too slow which affects things even worse.


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8 minutes ago, OMGg said:

 

So I built this Ryzen 7 2700x wiht 2400mhz ram EVGA 2080
MSI B450 motherboard
600w PSU

Currently only getting 80-96 frames in most games

 

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The CPU is your bottleneck at 1080P, the 2700X can't keep up with the RTX 2080.

 

Best bet would be to replace the Monitor with a 1440P 144hz.

 

And your PSU is weak, would recommend replacing that with a quality unit, 650W.

 

 


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9 minutes ago, OMGg said:

 

So I built this Ryzen 7 2700x wiht 2400mhz ram EVGA 2080
MSI B450 motherboard
600w PSU

Currently only getting 80-96 frames in most games

 

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the ram is bottlenecking ur cpu, and even if you get faster ram, a 2700x isn't for 1080p if you want 144+ on all games.


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7 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Why did you buy a Ryzen 7 2700X? it will never reach anywhere near 240fps, you need an i7 8700K ~ 9700K ~ 9900K to push that many frames at 1080p.

 

If you bought this CPU for gaming specifically that was a bad purchase considering the type of panel you have, your memory is too slow which affects things even worse.

 

It makes my head hurt every time I see people make this mistake.

 

And it has been happening a lot.


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6 minutes ago, Ankerson said:

And your PSU is weak, would recommend replacing that with a quality unit, 650W

aaand that's bullshit

 

i would never see that system hit close to 600 watts


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2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

aaand that's bullshit

 

i would never see that system hit close to 600 watts

 

I seriously doubt that's a good PSU in the 1st place, not many 600W even PSU's that are good quality. ;)

 

And running a RTX 2080.....


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2 minutes ago, OMGg said:

So should i just sell this and keep the GPU and go for 8700k build

 

Would be smarter to just get a good 1440P Monitor.

 

The 2700X is fine, just not for that GPU at 1080P.


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4 minutes ago, OMGg said:

So should i just sell this and keep the GPU and go for 8700k build

I would just wait until AMD releases their next Ryzen CPUs and then decide. 

 

First thing first though would be seeing what we can do about those RAM timings.  I'd bet a nickle that you tRFC is set pretty high and that will have an immediate affect if we can lower it.  

 

Get Ryzen Timing Checker and shows us a screen of it.

https://www.techpowerup.com/download/ryzen-timing-checker/


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8 minutes ago, Ankerson said:

 

I seriously doubt that's a good PSU in the 1st place, not many 600W even PSU's that are good quality. ;)

 

And running a RTX 2080.....

there are some good ones tho

 

op: what model psu?


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3 hours ago, nick name said:

 

 i have a EVGA 600w 80plus verison psu

 

 

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Well that tRFC isn't hideous but I would try to lower it.  See if you can get it into the 300 range.  You may need to add a little more DRAM voltage though.  It won't hurt your RAM to do so.  

 

I just saw you have 32GB of RAM so that is gonna hinder your RAM overclocking ability.  


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3 hours ago, LukeSavenije said:

there are some good ones tho

 

op: what model psu?

 

Like I said... ;)

 

99.9% of the time they ain't buying the good ones.

 

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7 hours ago, Ankerson said:

Like I said... ;)

 

99.9% of the time they ain't buying the good ones.

yeah... you were lucky this time


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10 hours ago, OMGg said:

 

So I built this Ryzen 7 2700x wiht 2400mhz ram EVGA 2080
MSI B450 motherboard
600w PSU

Currently only getting 80-96 frames in most games

 

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It's your CPU.

 

I've the same GPU paired with a 7700k and 16GB ram running at 3000mhz and I get over 144FPS on every game I play with everything on max.

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6 hours ago, LukeSavenije said:

yeah... you were lucky this time

 

Not lucky at all.

 

Just looked at the rest of the system. ;)

 

When you see an even number wattage like that it's a very good sign that the PSU is crap since almost nobody gets the good ones. It's also the 1st place they cheap out on.

 

People will spend more money on their mouse than the PSU MOST of the time.


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2 hours ago, OMGg said:

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So if i put a better PSU will that help?

 

It will help the system last longer.

 

Nothing will help you PC currently except playing at 1440P instead of 1080P..... That means a new monitor.

 

Faster ram is also a good idea. along with a new PSU and new Monitor.


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14 minutes ago, Ankerson said:

 

It will help the system last longer.

 

Nothing will help you PC currently except playing at 1440P instead of 1080P..... That means a new monitor.

 

Faster ram is also a good idea. along with a new PSU and new Monitor.

Well a good 1440p 144hz monitor is about the same price if not more than an 8700k depending on what you get so I think budget plays into what you should do, you can sell the 2700x and mobo and put the money into an 8700k and decent mobo and powersupply and keep everything else the same. It all depends on what you think out of the options given. Here's a list of prices with the options you have to help out. Clearly the cheaper option is the monitor, but theres still issues with the system that might cause problems further down the line. And with either option a new PSU is a must if you plan on having this system for a while.

 

Replace 2700x with an 8700k: (remember you can sell the 2700x and motherboard to put into this option)

i7-8700k - $379.99 (plus tax)

z370 or z390 mobo - $100 - $250 (more for the high-end stuff like maximus series mobos)

3000mhz or higher Ram - Around $100  (you could still use the 2400mhz you already have too)

Decent 80+ gold PSU - Around $100 - $150 (Go on sale a lot for less)

 

1440p 144hz Monitor and optional upgrades to better utilize the 2700x:

Monitor - Usually $350+ (You don't want to skimp out. Cheap off brand monitors are a bad... bad... time.

Ghosting, Dead Pixels, Cheap Panels, Etc.)

Decent 80+ Gold PSU -  Around $100 - $150 (Go on sale a lot for less)

Faster Ram 2666mhz or higher for Ryzen CPUs - Around $90 - $150

 

 


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