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So ive got a Aurora R12 Alienware computer which has a RTX 3060 Ti and a i11-11700kf but the performance is not great.

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I cant really play any games at high graphics settings if i want over 60 fps and i barely even get that most of the time on low and medium. im testing it on Rust right now and the GPU is running at 50% usage and the CPU is running at 30% usage and my fps in game on the highest settings is 40-50, this is about the same as the performance i get on Escape from tarkov aswell.

I bought a 165hz monitor aswell thinking i would get about that much FPS.

 

Anyone know how to get better performance?

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What are the full specs? Single channel ram? 

 

How are the temps?  You should be utilizing more resources than 50 and 30%.  

Have you tried any benchmarks? 

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RTX 3060 Ti

i7-11700KF

16GB RAM its just single channel

1TB SSD

 

The temps are

CPU 60°C

GPU 65°C

 

I havent done any benchmarks

 

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23 minutes ago, Whytry said:

16GB RAM its just single channel

1TB SSD

Oh dell and their single channel balogne. Grab another stick of compatible ram and slap it in there for dual channel superiority. 

 

Is your ssd an m.2? If so is it nvme? Do you have any other drives? 

 

Almost forgot, get a benchmark and some datasets from whatever is your preferred. 

 

And the alianware command centre might need tweaking(if it works at all) 

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4 minutes ago, Heliian said:

Oh dell and their single channel balogne. Grab another stick of compatible ram and slap it in there for dual channel superiority. 

 

Is your ssd an m.2? If so is it nvme? Do you have any other drives? 

 

it says on Speccy: 953GB NVMe Micron 2300 NVMe 1024GB (RAID (SSD))

 

and i also have an external 1tb hardrive

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Good, you won't need the external drive.

 

Check the a. c. c. and try performance mode.

 

Maybe you'll need some driver updates and even a bios update possibly.

 

 

 

 

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52 minutes ago, Heliian said:

Good, you won't need the external drive.

 

Check the a. c. c. and try performance mode.

 

Maybe you'll need some driver updates and even a bios update possibly.

 

 

 

 

Geforce Experience drivers are up to date and i also went on the Alienware Support assist and scanned for drivers and it said everything was up to date. then i got a bios update from the website and updated it but nothing has changed.

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