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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I recently changed my motherboard and cpu as well as memory. First time doing this all I did was install them and boot up the pc. But now when playing games they get choppy. Did I do something wrong? Is it a bottleneck? 

 

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Ryzen 7 3700x - cpu

Nvidia rtx 2060 - gpu

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What games? I'd say the 2060 is a bit weak for the 3700x but it shouldn't stutter with that.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, NZgamer said:

What games? I'd say the 2060 is a bit weak for the 3700x but it shouldn't stutter with that.

Well I was playing an mmo called neverwinter. Which isn't very graphic demanding. When I tabbed out my cpu was running at 90 percent and then immediately jumped down to 14 percent

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1 minute ago, Pokajake said:

Well I was playing an mmo called neverwinter. Which isn't very graphic demanding. When I tabbed out my cpu was running at 90 percent and then immediately jumped down to 14 percent

What kind of temps are you getting under load? I'd recommend MSI Afterburner for this so that you can get the details in game without having to tab out


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I assume you didn’t enable XMP if it is your first time swapping out components?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

What kind of temps are you getting under load? I'd recommend MSI Afterburner for this so that you can get the details in game without having to tab out

I can't seem to find cpu Temps in afterburner. But my cpu fan isn't speeding up any. 

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1 minute ago, Pokajake said:

 

Enable xmp/docp 

If that didn't do anything

Ddu the drivers.

Temps?


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14 minutes ago, Pokajake said:

I can't seem to find cpu Temps in afterburner. But my cpu fan isn't speeding up any. 

I meant to use the overlay during your game, I should have been more clear, so that's my fault

 

First, go in here and set a custom toggle keybind

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Now, go to this tab and select the data that you want to see during your game:

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Then when you're in the game press your toggle key (but make sure you leave afterburner open in the background)

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, boggy77 said:

ram in slots 2 and 4? enable xmp? update chipset drivers and graphics drivers

Tried enabling xmp but whenever I get into a game my pc gets the blue screen with the sad face. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
23 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

I meant to use the overlay during your game, I should have been more clear, so that's my fault

 

First, go in here and set a custom toggle keybind

 image.png.e6c6a1a0219c3ddaee22458cc871d00a.png

Now, go to this tab and select the data that you want to see during your game:

image.png.0f5bd5f486fec12d648f4624085c4ec9.png

 

Then when you're in the game press your toggle key (but make sure you leave afterburner open in the background)

 

GPS runs at about 60 celsius when under load. That's what it showed me. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
58 minutes ago, Pokajake said:

So I recently changed my motherboard and cpu as well as memory. First time doing this all I did was install them and boot up the pc. But now when playing games they get choppy. Did I do something wrong? Is it a bottleneck? 

 

Currently using

Ryzen 7 3700x - cpu

Nvidia rtx 2060 - gpu

Corsair vengeance rgb 32gb

UPDATE: after loading up the bios it seemed to do something and fixed itself. No more stutter. 

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