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5900X gives me lower FPS on Modern Warfare than 8700K

Hi all, I own a 1080 Ti and have been playing on my Alienware AW3418DW for more than two years. With the 8700K I would stay between 110-120FPS consistently. Now that I switched to x570 Aorus Master and a 5900X I can't get past 90FPS. Is there something limiting the CPU? Something I need to enable?

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complete system part list? please

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5 minutes ago, Letgomyleghoe said:

complete system part list? please

5900X

X570 Aorus Master

32GB RAM (2x16GB Trident Z Neo @ 3600MHz)

EVGA CLC 280 AIO

Seasonic Prime 850W 80+Titanium 

Samsung 970 EVO NVMe 1TB for programs and OS

2x Micron 1100 2TB SATA SSDs for game library

6 Thermaltake Riing Plus fans

ASUS ROG STRIX 1080Ti O11G

Corsair Obsidian 500D case

 

The CPU, motherboard and PSU I bought just a few days ago

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Just now, Virtualnate said:

5900X

X570 Aorus Master

32GB RAM (2x16GB Trident Z Neo @ 3600MHz)

EVGA CLC 280 AIO

Seasonic Prime 850W 80+Titanium 

Samsung 970 EVO NVMe 1TB for programs and OS

2x Micron 1100 2TB SATA SSDs for game library

6 Thermaltake Riing Plus fans

ASUS ROG STRIX 1080Ti O11G

 

The CPU, motherboard and PSU I bought just a few days ago

did you check for fps cap?

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Just now, Ankh Tech said:

did you check for fps cap?

on nvidia settings or the game settings?

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try to turn on PBO.

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Corsair H100i platinum

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RTX 2060

MSI MPG X570 Gaming Edge wifi

NZXT H510

Samsung 860 EVO 500GB

2 TB WD hard drive

Corsair RM 750 Watt

ASUS ROG PG248Q 

Razer Ornata Chroma

Razer Firefly 

Razer Deathadder 2013

Logitech G935 Wireless

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2 minutes ago, Virtualnate said:

3600MHz

Cl latency?

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1 minute ago, Virtualnate said:

on nvidia settings or the game settings?

both

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¡Eso te pasa por canalla! :P

 

2 minutes ago, Virtualnate said:

32GB RAM (2x16GB Trident Z Neo @ 3600MHz)

 

Did you set the 3600MHz memory profile again in the BIOS after the swap?

 

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Just now, SpaceGhostC2C said:

¡Eso te pasa por canalla! :P

 

 

Did you set the 3600MHz memory profile again in the BIOS after the swap?

 

YES!! Aguante la cademia!! :)

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Just now, Virtualnate said:

sorry what is that?

Precision Boost Overdrive. its kinda like AMD's sorta "over clocking" feature where your CPU will boost to higher clock speeds. Just go into your bios and it should be there in the overclocking section.

PC specs:

Ryzen 9 3900X overclocked to 4.3-4.4 GHz

Corsair H100i platinum

32 GB Trident Z RGB 3200 MHz 14-14-14-34

RTX 2060

MSI MPG X570 Gaming Edge wifi

NZXT H510

Samsung 860 EVO 500GB

2 TB WD hard drive

Corsair RM 750 Watt

ASUS ROG PG248Q 

Razer Ornata Chroma

Razer Firefly 

Razer Deathadder 2013

Logitech G935 Wireless

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1 minute ago, Virtualnate said:

sorry what is that?

that is kinda like auto oc, but it voids the warranty, if you want that

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I am not the best technician, so don't make fun

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1 minute ago, Ankh Tech said:

that is kinda like auto oc, but it voids the warranty, if you want that

Should I first check the FPS cap before pulling the trigger on PBO? I can't find the FPS cap setting on either NVIDIA settings or the game settings though. Sorry guys

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1 minute ago, Virtualnate said:

Should I first check the FPS cap before pulling the trigger on PBO? I can't find the FPS cap setting on either NVIDIA settings or the game settings though. Sorry guys

Yes, it's unclear how much of a difference PBO will actually make anyway. It's also possible you were running some kind of "multi-core enhancement" in your previous motherboard (some had it on by default) which would have allowed it to run higher clocks in all cores instead of just one.

 

Whether you find any FPS cap or not, you can always monitor CPU clock speeds and utilization, in addition to FPS, to see if the CPU is behaving as expected.

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21 minutes ago, Virtualnate said:

Hi all, I own a 1080 Ti and have been playing on my Alienware AW3418DW for more than two years. With the 8700K I would stay between 110-120FPS consistently. Now that I switched to x570 Aorus Master and a 5900X I can't get past 90FPS. Is there something limiting the CPU? Something I need to enable?

Did you do a fresh windows install? 

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And did you ddu and delete all old drivers before upgrade?

"I know a lot about a little, but a little about a lot"

Note that I am a student so what I say is based on what I read, and may not be the case for everyone.

I am not the best technician, so don't make fun

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1 minute ago, Blue4130 said:

Did you do a fresh windows install? 

 

5 minutes ago, SpaceGhostC2C said:

Yes, it's unclear how much of a difference PBO will actually make anyway. It's also possible you were running some kind of "multi-core enhancement" in your previous motherboard (some had it on by default) which would have allowed it to run higher clocks in all cores instead of just one.

 

Whether you find any FPS cap or not, you can always monitor CPU clock speeds and utilization, in addition to FPS, to see if the CPU is behaving as expected.

I may not have much idea as to what I'm doing lol, but I just set the max fps manually to 200 fps, i'll let you know

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2 minutes ago, Blue4130 said:

Did you do a fresh windows install? 

Yes, but it still retained most of my files...

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2 minutes ago, Ankh Tech said:

And did you ddu and delete all old drivers before upgrade?

no, not sure how to do that 😔

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14 minutes ago, Ankh Tech said:

but it voids the warranty

this is completely false, and is only true with intel, and it's only true with intel if you exceed their specs

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mobo: gigabyte b550 pro 

psu: cooler master mwe 650w

case: masterbox mbx520

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Just now, Virtualnate said:

no, not sure how to do that 😔

open task manager, look for drivers and delete the old ones, and try to download some manually, instead of leaving buggy windows do it

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Just now, Letgomyleghoe said:

this is completely false, and is only true with intel, and it's only true with intel if you exceed their specs

btw it does, oh yeah right, pbo2 does, not 1, my bad

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Note that I am a student so what I say is based on what I read, and may not be the case for everyone.

I am not the best technician, so don't make fun

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3 minutes ago, Ankh Tech said:

open task manager, look for drivers and delete the old ones, and try to download some manually, instead of leaving buggy windows do it

I'm sorry, what should I look for, Intel drivers? and download AMD drivers manually?

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Just now, Ankh Tech said:

open task manager, look for drivers and delete the old ones, and try to download some manually, instead of leaving buggy windows do it

o.O I'm not sure how you intend to deal with drivers via task manager... Maybe you meant device manager?

 

@Virtualnate: If you re-installed Windows then you don't have previous drivers in it. It should have kept your personal files (documents, etc), but not system files. 

DDU is just a tool to fully uninstall graphics card's drivers, since sometimes they leave some junk behind. However, you didn't change your graphics card, so it is unlikely to help. However, do check for GPU utilization and clocks while gaming, with the same software you monitor FPS (if you are using a tool that reports FPS only, try with MSI Afterburner, which will allow you, via its settings, to enable the display of on-screen information, including GPU and CPU stats, FPS, etc).

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