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RTX 3080 Not Performing - help!

I am hoping someone can shed some light on why this is happening. Heres the scoop.

 

Just got an MSI RTX 3080 Trio (finally) and I started using it last night. My previous card in this build was a 2060 super.

 

The bench marks i did using userbenchmarks.com blew the old card away by over 100%. (97% - 224%). 

 

The issue of non-performance came up when I started playing COD Warzone. Prior to the swap I was running at 144fps flat. With the exact same graphics settings i am only getting on average an extra 20-30 frames. The peaks and valleys are way higher and lower though with the 3080. I was consistently sitting at 144 with 2060 and now with a 3080 i am getting drops down to 110 120fps. It just doesnt make sense. When I look at the performance in task manager it doesn't seem to be using much vram at all and only about 36% of cpu. 

 

I am overclocking with MSI Afterburner and it still is not performing it almost made no difference. I would really appreciate some insight. I have attached screen shots of my build and benchmarks of both.

 

Build Overview:

i5 10600k

MSI Carbon MB

32gb Ram 3200mhz

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RTX 3080

Corsair 750 psu

 

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did you try a game other than warzone

blaming bad performance on 3080 using just one game isn't logical

and at what resolution ?

3080 is not made for 1080p

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Well I don't have other games that i wasn't already hitting max frames. I was using a 2060 super and getting 300fps on overwatch. 

 

Really i want 240 fps in warzone because i have a 240hz monitor.

 

I am running in 1080p should I change that?

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Did you wipe drivers before installing the 3080? It shouldn't be necessary, but it's worth a shot. Go look up Display Driver Uninstaller and give it a try, then install the newest drivers.

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Searching the issue on google tells me that it just seems like cod is very unoptimized on nvidia 3000 drivers + you're playing at 1080p so you're heavily limited by your cpu. Increasing the resolution won't increase your frames but your 3080 on a 1080p monitor is kind of a waste. You should also try and ddu the driver and install the latest one that might help. If it doesn't the issues above are probably the reason.

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AMD blackout rig

 

cpu: ryzen 5 3600 @4.4ghz @1.35v

gpu: rx5700xt 2200mhz

ram: vengeance lpx c15 3200mhz

mobo: gigabyte b550 pro 

psu: cooler master mwe 650w

case: masterbox mbx520

fans:Noctua industrial 3000rpm x6

 

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Thanks for the suggestions. 

 

Ya my pred 3 is 240hz but i think its only 1080p. 

 

I will try to uninstall all the drivers and start from scratch.

 

 

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Thanks folks. Ya i have a feeling its partly the game design. I know anything else will run fine

 

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47 minutes ago, Daniel Z. said:

Did you wipe drivers before installing the 3080? It shouldn't be necessary, but it's worth a shot. Go look up Display Driver Uninstaller and give it a try, then install the newest drivers.

I just did it. Performance is the same. Thanks for the help though!

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Just now, Jacked_Up22 said:

I just did it. Performance is the same. Thanks for the help though!

Well the game is awful IMO. My performance with a 3700x and 1660 I'm pretty sure is the same or worse than with my old i5 and 1660.

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Can you give more details on the PSU?

Did you connect both PCI cables seperatly?

 

Asking just in case, if your card isn't getting enough power it would easily underperform.

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