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  1. Even putting raytracing down to medium (the lowest enabled setting) doesn't change anything - tanks immediately down to 15fps. Just seems silly to me if Nvidia are claiming you can hit 120fps with a 3080 RTX on but I can't even get there with RTX fully disabled...
  2. I have seen multiple benchmarks online with a very similar setup (usually a 3900x and 32gb ram) achieve much higher than that. Also isn't the whole point of DLSS to render it at 1440p then upscale to 4k?
  3. CPU hit 71 max, GPU 67 max (celsius) 4k, default fov which I believe is 80
  4. Quick update, with all the raytracing gubbins disabled I am getting a much more playable framerate of 80-90fps with everything else cranked but considering I bought the card specifically because it outperforms the 6800xt at raytracing I am a bit miffed, is the card likely to be faulty or have I done something wrong? I do use the nvidia broadcast features such as noise cancelling and background removal on my webcam while streaming - doo these use RT cores and are they likely to be the reason? Even if so I would expect more than 90fps with raytracing off from what i have seen from ot
  5. Hi, I have recently built a new system from scratch and when running Black Ops Cold War that came with the card I am getting about 35-40fps with DLSS on performance and all the settings maxed. From all the benchmarks I have seen and Nvidias own graphs I was expecting closer to 100fps with these settings which I don't think is unreasonable considering the cost of the system. Specs: Ryzen 7 5800x Palit GamingPro RTX 3080 16gb DDR4 3600mhz Asus B550-E gaming Looking at task manager while in game, CPU is about 70%. memory 80% and GPU hovering between
  6. Do you think the XT is likely to fall in price at all when Zen 3 comes out? Is the jump from 3000 to 3600mhz worth the £40-50 increase? RAM speeds still somewhat confuse me tbh, how much of a noticeable difference will there be?
  7. Budget (including currency): £1200 Country: UK Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: AAA games and streaming Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Upgrading from my 5 year old system and want some opinions on the hardware I have selected so far: CPU - Waiting for Zen 3 release GPU - Nvidia RTX 2070 Super (waiting for black Friday sales on this so will be using my old GTX970 in the meantime) Motherboar