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Kevin Sherif

Gtx 1080 ti + CS-GO= Low fps

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Posted · Original PosterOP

First of all my specs

CPU: i7-7700 (non k)

GPU: GTX 1080 ti aorus xtreme

Ram: 1 stick of 8ddr4 crucial 2666mhz

          1 stick of 8ddr4 kingston  generic ram 2400mhz

Mobo: Asrock b250m Pro4 (bios version p1.50) only supports 2400mhz

Psu: Gigabyte P650b  (obviously 650w)

HDD: 1 tb seagate barracuda 

SSD: 240 gb kingston (SA400)

OS: Windows 10 (OEM) latest version

Monitor 1: samsung CFG7 23.5 inch curved 144hz 1ms

             2: Asus VP228 inch 60hz

 

         My problem is i'm having low fps In some games Mainly cs go for example on the cs go benchmark map I used to get 330 fps avg, now I get anywhere between 140-200 on benchmark idk what caused the problem and even tho 330 was low to begin with the cpu usage and gpu usage is extremely low in the benchmark and game in game usually gpu is anywhere between 10% and 30% usually in matchmaking its 20% with the cpu 30% to 50%. My fps in matchmaking (Competitive game) is Moving alot from 120 fps to 360 depending on the situation. I play on 1440x1080 resolution on all low settings I also tried max settings and the benchmark is within the margins of errors the fps on low and high settings is between 200-210 I looked on YouTube and i'm supposed to get much higher fps.

 

        Things I've tried to fix fps

1: Changing all settings resolutions in diffrent combinations

2: Changing power options in nvidia to performance

3: disabling vsync in nvidia control panel and ingame

4: reinstalling windows

5: reinstalling steam

6: reinstalling cs go on both ssd and hdd

7: deleting cs go's workshop steam maps

8: settings windows power options to performance etc.

9: disabling hpet in both windows and bios that boosted fps just a little bit but didn't fix the consistent fluctuation in fps

10: changing pcie lanes to 3rd gen instead of auto

11: updating bios from p1.50 to p2.50 and it broke my motherboard when I fixed it at a local computer fixing and he unsoldered the bios chip and programmed a new one and soldered it back 

my 2 sticks of ram wouldn't boot together until i reflashed my bios back to p1.50 which was the original bios that the motherboard came in and both sticks were working again

12: I used to have a 550w psu and put my gpu on 80% power and bought a new one which is 650 and can overclock my gpu to 150% power no problem

13: Installed new drivers with clean install using DDU and trying out multiple drivers old mid and newest.
 

psi my gpu has normal scores for a gtx 1080 ti on heaven benchmark and in Rainbow six siege 

I just want consistent fps over 200 fps so I don't notice it when my fps drops even from 350 to 180 I feel it

Is it a processor bottleneck even if it was my old gtx 1060 got me consistent 250-300 fps and I never felt lag or stutter

If it is a cpu bottleneck should I get a r5 3600 or 9400f or is this not a good upgrade/not worth I don't have any money atm as I used all my money on gpu and psu recently

The attached photos shows that my gpu can reach 100% usage in benchmark or other games like r6s and ark survival on medium to max settingsspacer.png.

 

Sorry for my bad english it's my second language.

Heaven benchmarkOC+125power+15Core+325Memory.png

R6sNoOC.png


►Specs
• Processor - Intel Core I7-7700 4.0 GHz
• Graphics Card - Gigabyte Gtx 1080 ti aorus xtreme
• RAM - 8 GB Ballistix Tactical DDR4 2666MHz
• Ram - 8 GB Kingston DDR4 2400MHz 
• HDD - 1TB WD 7200

• SSD - 240 gb Kingston (SA400)
• PSU - Gigabyte P650B

►Peripherals 
• Monitor #1 Samsung Curved 144hz
• Monitor #2 Asus VP228
• Microphone - Blue Yeti Microphone
• Keyboard - Gigabyte K83 Cherry Mx Red
• Mouse - Logitech G403 
• MousePad - HyperX speed L, G440 Soft pad L
• HyperX Cloud Pro
 

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Got a friend's GPU you can borrow, or put your GPU into a friend's system?


I WILL find your ITX build thread, and I WILL recommend the SIlverstone Sugo SG13B

 

Primary PC:

i7 8086k (won) - EVGA Z370 Classified K - G.Kill Trident Z RGB - Force MP500 - Jedi Order Titan Xp - The venerated Hyper 212 Evo (with RGB Riing flair) - EVGA G2 650W - Black and green theme, Razer branwashed me.

Draws 400 watts under max load, for reference.

 

Linux Proliant ML150 G6:

Dual Xeon X5560 - 24GB ECC DDR3 - GTX 750 TI - old Seagate 1.5TB HDD - Dark moded Ubuntu (and Win7, cuz why not)

 

EVGA G3 thread, BR/BT threadSeasonic Focus thread, S12II/M12II thread, Userbenchmark (Et al.) is trash explained, PSU misconceptions

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Not really they wouldn't give me their 1060's


►Specs
• Processor - Intel Core I7-7700 4.0 GHz
• Graphics Card - Gigabyte Gtx 1080 ti aorus xtreme
• RAM - 8 GB Ballistix Tactical DDR4 2666MHz
• Ram - 8 GB Kingston DDR4 2400MHz 
• HDD - 1TB WD 7200

• SSD - 240 gb Kingston (SA400)
• PSU - Gigabyte P650B

►Peripherals 
• Monitor #1 Samsung Curved 144hz
• Monitor #2 Asus VP228
• Microphone - Blue Yeti Microphone
• Keyboard - Gigabyte K83 Cherry Mx Red
• Mouse - Logitech G403 
• MousePad - HyperX speed L, G440 Soft pad L
• HyperX Cloud Pro
 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I just bench marked cs go again when I woke up the average was 140 on lowest now its 300 on max settings and 295 on lowest settings wtf


►Specs
• Processor - Intel Core I7-7700 4.0 GHz
• Graphics Card - Gigabyte Gtx 1080 ti aorus xtreme
• RAM - 8 GB Ballistix Tactical DDR4 2666MHz
• Ram - 8 GB Kingston DDR4 2400MHz 
• HDD - 1TB WD 7200

• SSD - 240 gb Kingston (SA400)
• PSU - Gigabyte P650B

►Peripherals 
• Monitor #1 Samsung Curved 144hz
• Monitor #2 Asus VP228
• Microphone - Blue Yeti Microphone
• Keyboard - Gigabyte K83 Cherry Mx Red
• Mouse - Logitech G403 
• MousePad - HyperX speed L, G440 Soft pad L
• HyperX Cloud Pro
 

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