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Posted · Original PosterOP

Just bought a used Asus Turbo blower fan 1080Ti looking at these rates do you think there is something wrong with the card?

Specs:

Asus Turbo 1080Ti

i5 6600K non-oc

2x8 16GB Memory 2133Mhz CL14

 

Metro Exodus built in benchmark gave average 45 fps at Extreme but in game i got around 60 sometimes dropping to 55 without Advanced Physx

Bannerlord Very High preset with 500 Battle size gave around 60 but sometimes it dropped to around 50 if there was a battle going on

 

Only had these 2 games installed at the moment that's why I couldn't benchmark more games

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Your CPU is struggling to keep up with your GPU, hence the low dips in framerate and high CPU usage.

You could try overclocking it, if you've got a decent cooler on it, which could slightly help, but regardless of that most AAA titles nowadays eat up 4C/4T CPUs, so you might have to upgrade in order to get the most out of your 1080Ti.


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Cant tell, CPU bottlenecking card hard based on screenshot


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Cpu is holding you back in the first 3 games...so you're not properly testing the graphics card...increase the rendering resolution and test again.


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Heaven only uses one CPU core and likes high IPC so it is a good test for GPUs with Intel CPUs.

Sort of like an old video game.

 

Your score is about normal for a blower system. 

The cooler the card the better the score.


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Just like other people have said, the i5 is holding back your gpu, you can either overclock if you haven't already, that is if you have a decent cooler. Upgrade the cpu to an i7 6700k - i7 7700k, however I would not recommend doing that considering that the i7 6700k is around 260$ and the i7 7700k is around 300$ in which case you're genuinely better off just gettting a ryzen 5 3600 and a motherboard like the Asrock B450 Pro4. for under 200$. That should eliminate the bottleneck.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

That's what i feared, lots of forum commenters including this forum said my CPU would be fine with this GPU that's why I bought it sadly I have a B150 m3 gaming motherboard that doesn't support overclocking, what do you think about Intel Extreme Tuning Utility? Can I squeeze some performance from that program? Never used it before or overclocked anything.

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Battlesize is CPU related. I can easly play on max, so should you.


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19 minutes ago, yasincengiz said:

That's what i feared, lots of forum commenters including this forum said my CPU would be fine with this GPU that's why I bought it sadly I have a B150 m3 gaming motherboard that doesn't support overclocking, what do you think about Intel Extreme Tuning Utility? Can I squeeze some performance from that program? Never used it before or overclocked anything.

They talked out of their asses then. That's a big bottleneck you have there. As the above poster said, you should probably get a ryzen 3600 + mobo if you can afford the upgrade. Best performance for the money you can get. But then you might want to get faster RAM too and suddenly the costs start to ramp up..

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16 minutes ago, Stockholmes said:

They talked out of their asses then. That's a big bottleneck you have there. As the above poster said, you should probably get a ryzen 3600 + mobo if you can afford the upgrade. Best performance for the money you can get. But then you might want to get faster RAM too and suddenly the costs start to ramp up..

Whole point of buying a used 1080ti was so I didn't spend too much money. PC parts are expensive where I live. I have a Msi B150 m3 gaming motherboard how about I got a z270 and overclocked the CPU will that get rid of bottleneck? I'm too new in this stuff.

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@yasincengiz

 

Try benching it on Superposition.

 

The 'easier' benchmarks at 1080p tend to lean on the CPU due to how powerful the 1080ti is. Superposition is harder on the GPU so u can push it.

My 1080ti is a reference design, but watercooled and managed a 6360 score in superposition with a 2075mhz core OC.

 

As in my sig, my CPU, core for core is weaker than urs, its a 3930k .. 2nd gen i series (sandybridge), i do fine with it and a 1080ti. It is however a 6 core 12 thread CPU.

 

obviously a 4 core CPU will make a heavy impact on highly multi threaded and CPU dependent games, so if u play those alot then yea a i7 would help alot.


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12 minutes ago, yasincengiz said:

Whole point of buying a used 1080ti was so I didn't spend too much money. PC parts are expensive where I live. I have a Msi B150 m3 gaming motherboard how about I got a z270 and overclocked the CPU will that get rid of bottleneck? I'm too new in this stuff.

I wouldn't bother getting a new motherboard just so you could overclock that processor. I'm by no means an expert in these things either, so take my advice with a grain of salt. As the above poster said, he's still doing fine with an even weaker processor than you, so you should be fine with yours. There's always the weakest link in any system any way. But yeah, that GPU will last you for a long time (unless it breaks) so if you happen to find some spare cash and are not satisfied with your system's performance I'd get a ryzen 3600.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, SolarNova said:

@yasincengiz

 

Try benching it on Superposition.

 

The 'easier' benchmarks at 1080p tend to lean on the CPU due to how powerful the 1080ti is. Superposition is harder on the GPU so u can push it.

My 1080ti is a reference design, but watercooled and managed a 6360 score in superposition with a 2075mhz core OC.

 

As in my sig, my CPU, core for core is weaker than urs, its a 3930k .. 2nd gen i series (sandybridge), i do fine with it a 1080ti.

 

obviously a 4 core CPU will make a heavy impact on highly multi threaded and CPU dependent games, so if u play those alot then yea a i7 would help alot.

Ok thanks I'll download and post the results here.

 

4 minutes ago, Stockholmes said:

I wouldn't bother getting a new motherboard just so you could overclock that processor. I'm by no means an expert in these things either, so take my advice with a grain of salt. As the above poster said, he's still doing fine with an even weaker processor than you, so you should be fine with yours. There's always the weakest link in any system any way. But yeah, that GPU will last you for a long time (unless it breaks) so if you happen to find some spare cash and are not satisfied with your system's performance I'd get a ryzen 3600.

Yeah I was already skeptical about buying an old motherboard as well, by no means I'm getting a bad performance in games. I played with 1060 6GB since I put together my system managed to get 60fps Medium settings on Metro Exodus. So getting average 60 on Extreme with everything turned on is great, I guess I'll go on with this system for a while and see what future holds thanks for your help.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, SolarNova said:

@yasincengiz

 

Try benching it on Superposition.

 

The 'easier' benchmarks at 1080p tend to lean on the CPU due to how powerful the 1080ti is. Superposition is harder on the GPU so u can push it.

My 1080ti is a reference design, but watercooled and managed a 6360 score in superposition with a 2075mhz core OC.

 

As in my sig, my CPU, core for core is weaker than urs, its a 3930k .. 2nd gen i series (sandybridge), i do fine with it and a 1080ti. It is however a 6 core 12 thread CPU.

 

obviously a 4 core CPU will make a heavy impact on highly multi threaded and CPU dependent games, so if u play those alot then yea a i7 would help alot.

Results for 1080 and 4K

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Found this video the guy says his CPU is OC'd to 4.5 GHZ and only got +349 more score than my 1080p score and around same FPS rates, which doubled my skepticism about buying a new mobo to OC the CPU

 

Superposition Benchmark i5 6600K & Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme GTX 1080 Ti

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Ok just done a quick run using v1.1.

 

My old bench was with v1.0.

Couldnt do a high OC bench like my old run .. loop to warm for that (running silent profile) so i just done a basic run.

 

1987mhz Core,  6237mhz Memory

 

1080p extreme Score 6227.

 

CPU is 3930k at 4.6ghz.

 

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I'd say ur definitely missing some performance.

 

Making a guess,  ur probably missing about 500 points in OC potential. both from Core clock and Memory clock, the rest could be CPU.

 

I'd stick with what u have currently and just try some mild OCing. See how it goes.

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thank you everyone for your replies just writing here to get final confirmation if this is a good choice I decided to sell my Mobo+CPU+Cooler + (maybe) Rams to get B450 motherboard and ryzen 7 2700 or 2700X with stock cooler. Not going for ryzen 5 3600 because it's about +70$ more than 2700 and 2700X is same price with 3600 should i go for 8 cores older gen or 6 cores current gen? (assuming I can go +70$ if not I'll buy 2700 setup I'm selling equals to b450 and 2700) And if I can sell the rams as well I'll go for 3000 or 3200 mhz cl14 2x8gb

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