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Not getting the fps I should get in valorant.

I have a ryzen 52400g, gtx1650, 12gb ram, custom air cooler. I am barely hitting 140fps in valorant, my average is 100, it drops down to 88 sometime. my cpu and gpu utilization stays under 50% and 30%. In other games like fry cry 4 at ultra setting motion blur off i get constant 50 fps with max 62 and lowest 44. In pubg all low i get 100 fps easily. I have done everything to improve fps like render scale i have decreased to 40% still no fps difference. I tried playing with my dad's laptop specs I7 8750h gtx1050ti 16gb ram. I am getting over 150fps at max settings. Please help someone please. 

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Look in task manager at per core usage you'll see a single core being at or near 100%. A 8750h does have about 10% higher single core performance. So it will be a bit better.

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Not to mention that the 8750H has 2 more cores and more threads than the 2400G as well.

 

What is your RAM configuration like?

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Laptop - ASUS ZenBook 14 with ScreenPad, i7-1165G7, Xe iGPU 96EU, 16GB Octa-Channel 4200MHz, MX450 2GB, 512GB SSD with 32GB Optane

 

Old Laptop 1 - HP Pavilion 15, A10-9600P, R5 iGPU, 8GB, R8 M445DX, 2TB HDD

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16 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Look in task manager at per core usage you'll see a single core being at or near 100%. A 8750h does have about 10% higher single core performance. So it will be a bit better.

But before i upgraded my motherboard and gpu from x370gamingplus to x470 gamingplus and gtx1050ti to gtx 1650 i use to get 150++ fps with out even twicking any settiis.

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1 minute ago, AMD A10-9600P said:

Not to mention that the 8750H has 2 more cores and more threads than the 2400G as well.

 

What is your RAM configuration like?

my ram speed is 2400 MHz but i overclocked it to 2900MHz

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Just now, yscs said:

my ram speed is 2400 MHz but i overclocked it to 2900MHz

I meant more like how many sticks are you using? Usually 12GB means mismatched sticks, which can harm performance.

Desktop - i5-9600KF @4.8GHz all core, MSI Z390-A PRO, 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz, MSI GTX 1660S OC 6GB, WD Blue 500GB M.2 SSD, Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM HDD

Laptop - ASUS ZenBook 14 with ScreenPad, i7-1165G7, Xe iGPU 96EU, 16GB Octa-Channel 4200MHz, MX450 2GB, 512GB SSD with 32GB Optane

 

Old Laptop 1 - HP Pavilion 15, A10-9600P, R5 iGPU, 8GB, R8 M445DX, 2TB HDD

Old Laptop 2 - HP Pavilion 15 TouchSmart, i3-3217U, Intel HD 4000, 4GB, 1TB HDD

 

iPad 2018 - 128GB

iPhone XR - 128GB

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Just now, AMD A10-9600P said:

I meant more like how many sticks are you using? Usually 12GB means mismatched sticks, which can harm performance.

I am using a 4gb stick and a 8gb stick both are Corsair Vengeance

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Just now, yscs said:

I am using a 4gb stick and a 8gb stick both are Corsair Vengeance

That may be part of the issue, as using different sizes can harm performance. To get the best possible performance, it is advised to use the exact same sticks.

 

Are you sure that the dedicated 1650 is being used, as your CPU has an iGPU?

Desktop - i5-9600KF @4.8GHz all core, MSI Z390-A PRO, 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz, MSI GTX 1660S OC 6GB, WD Blue 500GB M.2 SSD, Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM HDD

Laptop - ASUS ZenBook 14 with ScreenPad, i7-1165G7, Xe iGPU 96EU, 16GB Octa-Channel 4200MHz, MX450 2GB, 512GB SSD with 32GB Optane

 

Old Laptop 1 - HP Pavilion 15, A10-9600P, R5 iGPU, 8GB, R8 M445DX, 2TB HDD

Old Laptop 2 - HP Pavilion 15 TouchSmart, i3-3217U, Intel HD 4000, 4GB, 1TB HDD

 

iPad 2018 - 128GB

iPhone XR - 128GB

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1 minute ago, AMD A10-9600P said:

That may be part of the issue, as using different sizes can harm performance. To get the best possible performance, it is advised to use the exact same sticks.

 

Are you sure that the dedicated 1650 is being used, as your CPU has an iGPU?

yes i have set my gtx 1650 as my main for every game and for valorant i am selected it through nividia control panel and even in windows graphics settings. I dont understand why i am not getting the fps i use to get with gtx 1050ti i only upgraded my gpu and motherboard.

 

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yes i have set my gtx 1650 as my main for every game and for valorant i am selected it through nividia control panel and even in windows graphics settings. I dont understand why i am not getting the fps i use to get with gtx 1050ti i only upgraded my gpu and motherboard.

 

What hardware were you using before? Were you using the laptop with the 8750H?

 

As I said before, the RAM will be contributing to the issue, and that CPU isn't massively powerful.

Desktop - i5-9600KF @4.8GHz all core, MSI Z390-A PRO, 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz, MSI GTX 1660S OC 6GB, WD Blue 500GB M.2 SSD, Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM HDD

Laptop - ASUS ZenBook 14 with ScreenPad, i7-1165G7, Xe iGPU 96EU, 16GB Octa-Channel 4200MHz, MX450 2GB, 512GB SSD with 32GB Optane

 

Old Laptop 1 - HP Pavilion 15, A10-9600P, R5 iGPU, 8GB, R8 M445DX, 2TB HDD

Old Laptop 2 - HP Pavilion 15 TouchSmart, i3-3217U, Intel HD 4000, 4GB, 1TB HDD

 

iPad 2018 - 128GB

iPhone XR - 128GB

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2 minutes ago, AMD A10-9600P said:

What hardware were you using before? Were you using the laptop with the 8750H?

 

As I said before, the RAM will be contributing to the issue, and that CPU isn't massively powerful.

same setup the only difference was my gpu and motherboard. I use to have gtx 1050ti and x370 gamingplus after upgrading my pc to x470 gamingplus and gtx1650 i am not getting the fps i use to get in my old setup. With gtx1650 i am getting stable 60fps in warzon low settings with sometimes 80fps and lowest 50, i dont understand i am getting stable fps in such a demanding game, i cont even get 200 fps in valorant. I get almost 150-220 fps in csgo with avarege 180.

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1 minute ago, yscs said:

same setup the only difference was my gpu and motherboard. I use to have gtx 1050ti and x370 gamingplus after upgrading my pc to x470 gamingplus and gtx1650 i am not getting the fps i use to get in my old setup. With gtx1650 i am getting stable 60fps in warzon low settings with sometimes 80fps and lowest 50, i dont understand i am getting stable fps in such a demanding game, i cont even get 200 fps in valorant. I get almost 150-220 fps in csgo with avarege 180.

That motherboard upgrade was a waste of money in my opinion, and the GPU upgrade as well to be honest. Warzone is a very demanding game, that sounds like a fairly normal frame rate for a 1650 with a 4 core CPU. Again, those frame rates sound normal for the upgrade you did, and the difference between the 1050 and 1650 is pretty minimal, so you shouldn't have been expecting a huge gain anyway.

Desktop - i5-9600KF @4.8GHz all core, MSI Z390-A PRO, 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz, MSI GTX 1660S OC 6GB, WD Blue 500GB M.2 SSD, Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM HDD

Laptop - ASUS ZenBook 14 with ScreenPad, i7-1165G7, Xe iGPU 96EU, 16GB Octa-Channel 4200MHz, MX450 2GB, 512GB SSD with 32GB Optane

 

Old Laptop 1 - HP Pavilion 15, A10-9600P, R5 iGPU, 8GB, R8 M445DX, 2TB HDD

Old Laptop 2 - HP Pavilion 15 TouchSmart, i3-3217U, Intel HD 4000, 4GB, 1TB HDD

 

iPad 2018 - 128GB

iPhone XR - 128GB

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1 minute ago, AMD A10-9600P said:

That motherboard upgrade was a waste of money in my opinion, and the GPU upgrade as well to be honest. Warzone is a very demanding game, that sounds like a fairly normal frame rate for a 1650 with a 4 core CPU. Again, those frame rates sound normal for the upgrade you did, and the difference between the 1050 and 1650 is pretty minimal, so you shouldn't have been expecting a huge gain anyway.

Ya i agree after i started researching about all this i had no ide few yrs back and my dad's pc guy did it for me. But i just want to know with my old setup i use to get 150+ in valorant but now I am barely reaching 150 my average is 100.

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2 minutes ago, yscs said:

Ya i agree after i started researching about all this i had no ide few yrs back and my dad's pc guy did it for me. But i just want to know with my old setup i use to get 150+ in valorant but now I am barely reaching 150 my average is 100.

I don't know what I can say to help you here to be perfectly honest, this sounds fairly normal for your specs. All I can say is to go through Nvidia and Windows power settings to see if you can squeeze anything extra out of it.

Desktop - i5-9600KF @4.8GHz all core, MSI Z390-A PRO, 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz, MSI GTX 1660S OC 6GB, WD Blue 500GB M.2 SSD, Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM HDD

Laptop - ASUS ZenBook 14 with ScreenPad, i7-1165G7, Xe iGPU 96EU, 16GB Octa-Channel 4200MHz, MX450 2GB, 512GB SSD with 32GB Optane

 

Old Laptop 1 - HP Pavilion 15, A10-9600P, R5 iGPU, 8GB, R8 M445DX, 2TB HDD

Old Laptop 2 - HP Pavilion 15 TouchSmart, i3-3217U, Intel HD 4000, 4GB, 1TB HDD

 

iPad 2018 - 128GB

iPhone XR - 128GB

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Just now, AMD A10-9600P said:

I don't know what I can say to help you here to be perfectly honest, this sounds fairly normal for your specs. All I can say is to go through Nvidia and Windows power settings to see if you can squeeze anything extra out of it.

kk. Thank you for your time

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