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Average FPS for my hardware

Im averaging 100-200 fps in most games at either max or almost max graphics. More recent games like Fallen Order or Far Cry New Dawn I average 70-90. Fortnite lands usually on the lower end, Overwatch on the higher end. Games like Starcraft 2 when I start a match I'll be around 200 when it ends ill be around 130 (pretty normal for an RTS I think). World of Warcraft slappin around 150+. I've noticed it takes a few minutes for gsync to catch up when starting some games so I'll experience a bit of stuttering but it smooths out after a few minutes. Slightly annoying but not a huge deal. I'm wondering if I'm getting good frames for my hardware or if I can do some tweaking to improve performance. 


CPU: 9600k @4.7Ghz

GPU: 1660 SUPER SC Ultra Gaming

RAM: 16Gb DDR4 3600

Monitor: AOC 27G2 1080p

I've got XMP II on as well as all the power settings set to favor performance. 


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Sounds about right for your hardware.

I will recommend an NHu12s (or an NHd15 (maybe)) for your PC build. Quote or @ me @Prodigy_Smit for me to see your replies.

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4 minutes ago, Prodigy_Smit said:

Sounds about right for your hardware.

Awesome thank you 🙂

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4 minutes ago, Shimejii said:

You are getting what is to be expected with the hardware at the resolution

Awesome. Next stop 1440/240! 🙂

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Just now, Shimejii said:

id hold off until you got a better GPU honestly for 1440p 240  😛

oh yeah lol. I couldnt afford to jump to 1440 on the last upgrade but the next one will hit that mark for sure!

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