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My rtx 2080 ti is not running like it should.

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I fixed the issue. it was because of the thread ripper. The resolution played no part of holding back the performance.

I recently built this computer and I've noticed when comparing my fps in-game to other people who have the same settings and pc parts that I have, I am getting almost 60 fps lower than these other people. I've tried running benchmarks and I would get the same results. I've tried redownloading the gpu drivers, reseating the gpu, and I can't find out what's wrong with it. I've made sure my bios is up to date, I've tried using ryzen master and this did increase performance but still, I'm not getting the full performance out of this gpu. I am running quad channel. I've spent SO much money on this pc and I really want to get the performance I paid for.

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Asus Prime x399-a

4x8gb Corsair vengeance rgb pro 3000mhz ddr4

AMD Ryzen 1920x threadripper

Asus dual rtx 2080 ti oc

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No info of the resolution, games played, cpu/gpu usage. So just gonna assume its a cpu problem.

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Sorry about that. I play at 1080p. While using heaven benchmark, my cpu usage stays consistently at 24.3%- 40% while idling at 62 celsius. My gpu usage stays at 49% to sometimes 70% usage and never goes any higher. My gpu temp stays at 48-50 celsius.

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What happens to framerate? Whats it at? Honestly maybe a CPU bottlneck because of your poor per-thread performance (not awful, but not an 8700k. Its TR, its a multi-thread beast but that isn't the best for gaming) and the fact that your only playing at 1080p on this hardware, you are really setting it up to run inefficiently for the hardware.

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I got a 1440p, 144hz monitor and an 8700k with msi z390 ace on the way. I'm gonna see if this fixes my issue.

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When you say you used Ryzen Master and it increased performance, what did you do?  Did you OC or disable a bunch of cores?  That's what the "Game Mode" profile in Ryzen Master is for, it was meant for TR to disable cores as this isn't an ideal CPU for gaming.  Hopefully gaming wasn't the reason behind going with TR.  

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On 12/9/2018 at 3:35 AM, Willshire1996 said:

Sorry about that. I play at 1080p.

wait what?! you're gaming at 1080p with a RTX 2080ti and a threadripper CPU?! ?

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On 12/9/2018 at 12:52 AM, Willshire1996 said:

the frame rate seems to fluctuate a lot. it jumps from 167-330 fps

So what's the problem then?

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LOL 1080P...

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I'd assume your problem is that you have threadripper trying to feed a 2080 Ti at 1080p. Games still want faster single core, once you get over 6 cores or so it doesn't help that much in most games. My R7 2700X is on paper much faster than an 8600K, but my 8600K at 5.1Ghz keeps a much higher framerate than my 2700X with the same GPU, and keeps up with a 1080 Ti at 1080p. The 2080 Ti is more of a 1440p144Hz/4K card, try using DSR or something to upscale to 1440p and see how you do. 

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12 minutes ago, Willshire1996 said:

the reason why I got the thread ripper was is that it was for sale for $280.

Maybe there is a reason it was on sale for such a low price.  It is not a good solution for high FPS gaming at all.  I think you will be much happier with the 8700k for gaming.

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I fixed the issue. it was because of the thread ripper. The resolution played no part of holding back the performance.

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9 minutes ago, Willshire1996 said:

I fixed the issue. it was because of the thread ripper. The resolution played no part of holding back the performance.

So it runs better with the 8700k?  What kind of a difference are you seeing?

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I use to get 60-70 fps on ultra setting on Player Unknown's Battlegrounds, but now I'm getting 160-200 fps on ultra with the same resolution, which is 1920x1080p. Not gonna lie I enjoy 1440p more than 1080p but still, the resolution was not the problem or didn't even play a part of being the problem.

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Weak cpu problems. 

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On 12/9/2018 at 9:35 AM, Willshire1996 said:

Sorry about that. I play at 1080p. While using heaven benchmark, my cpu usage stays consistently at 24.3%- 40%

What most people don't realize is that if you have a high core count CPU, the overall usage will never be higher than that and yet the CPU will STILL bottleneck the rest of the system.

 

When I launch Valley benchmark, my CPU usage is never higher than 16-20% and it still bottlenecks my GPUs because it only uses one core. If you adjust your OSD to see individual core usage you will see one core maxed out at 100% and the rest doing nothing. But because it uses only 1/10 cores, the overall usage is low.

 

14 minutes ago, Willshire1996 said:

the resolution was not the problem or didn't even play a part of being the problem.

It did play a part of being problem indirectly because the lower the resolution, the higher the strain on your CPU. So yea, technically the Threadripper is responsible for low GPU usage in your scenario but it's because of a sequence of things:

 

very powerful GPU + CPU with relatively low single core performance + low resolution (resulting in higher strain on the CPU than the GPU) = your experience.

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