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Underperforming pc

Mike_Rotch69420
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In every game i play nowadays, I am not getting maximum gpu or cpu usage, so I don't know what is bottlenecking my framerate. I have 32 gb of ram, a 800 watt pcu, an RTX 3070, and an intel core i9 9900k. A have a short video of my in game performance. Any ideas?

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and you know what temps they are running at? they need some decent cooling with those kinda parts and all newer CPUs. and if the task is demanding.

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5 hours ago, Mike_Rotch69420 said:

800 watt pcu

Brand and model of the PSU?

Brand and model motherboard?

Brand and model RAM?

At what speed is the RAM running?

Motherboard BIOS up to date?

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Throttling maybe? You should measure the temperature they are running @.

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18 hours ago, --SID-- said:

Brand and model of the PSU?

Brand and model motherboard?

Brand and model RAM?

At what speed is the RAM running?

Motherboard BIOS up to date?

PSU - Apevia jupiter 800w

Motherboard - Gigabyte B365M DS3H, bios is up to date

RAM - GeIL Orion 32 gb DIMM 2133MHz

Note - when I got this computer I did not experience this issue. I started noticing it recently however. Also correct I'm wrong about this (I'm not great with computers), but I don't think this issue is caused by overheating because right from the getgo when I launch a game I am not getting full utilization, so the cpu and gpu wouldn't have heated up yet.

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5 hours ago, Mike_Rotch69420 said:

Apevia jupiter 800w

Less than 700w @12v. It's a junk groupregulated PSU. Not sufficient for a high-end (with budget motherboard) rig. Replace it for a high-end unit with LLC topology.

5 hours ago, Mike_Rotch69420 said:

Gigabyte B365M DS3H

Has a crappy VRM for a 9900K. The VRM is getting to hot. How is the clockspeed of each core of the CPU behaving while gaming? You can monitor that with MSI Afterburner.

What CPU cooler do you use?

5 hours ago, Mike_Rotch69420 said:

RAM - GeIL Orion 32 gb DIMM 2133MHz

Very slow RAM for a 9900K. With that CPU you want 3200 MT/s at least but that's impossible with a B365 motherboard that supports up to 2666. My advise: buy a decent Z390 motherboard and 3200 MT/s RAM.

 

So there are 3 parts you have to replace:

The PSU, the motherboard and RAM.

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