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Warzone low fps on a 1080ti Asus ROG Strix

DiiZE
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Hi so i just upgraded from a 980ti to a 1080ti ROG Strix and all games i seen a huge improvment in all new titles. but Warzone i can barely get 100fps. mostly around 70+ sometimes it even dips down to 60s. and i feel i should be able to get better then that. 

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I7 4790k 4.6ghz 68c max load

1080ti 64c max load

16gb 1866mhz

Asus Z97-A motherboard

PSU 650MX Corsair

1tb SSD for games 

250gb SSD for windows. both have over 90+ GB free.

i have and RBG case as well.

i tried basically everything lowering going up in graphics nothing makes a difference. and i refuse to think the CPU is messing with the 1080TI that bad. as in RDR2 i get 80+ fps on basically ultra. 100+fps in shadow of the tomb raider. CSGO is also really low fps actually. same as 980TI. 300 ish mostly about 250. sometimes it dip to 200~ so i don't understand how all other games runs great but those 2 refuse to run decent... i know warzone/CS GO in CPU dependent. but still. as Cold war runs at 160+ fps at maxed settings almost. anyone have any idea what could be the cause? i also used DDU to uninstall all drivers. and windows is only 2 month old since i last did a reset. Also idk if this has anything to do with it. but i get a Blackscreen everytime i start my computer. so i always need to force restart it. or i just get stuck on and infinity black screen. but everytime i restart it 1 more time it always boots. PS it gets stuck after BIOS logo. then it just turns in to a blackscreen. too i force restart it* any help would be highly appricated 🙂 here is a benchmark at 720p also a heaven. idk why it drops to 9.6fps maybe that is also something that has to do with the low fps on CS/Warzone??

 

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if your 1080ti is only getting to 64C under full load on warzone, im not sure its actually being fully used. In most games my 1080ti gets to about 78ish under full load. 

 

Also Warzone is just not optimized well, its never been a game that runs particularly well on even current hardware, let alone our gpus from 6 years ago, and your cpu from almost 8 years ago. There are dips, there are glitches and issues that cause it to not go so well. Its just how warzone is sadly.

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Its a really cpu heavy game as well, maybe look into cpu usage while the game is running, since the gpu is not being fully utilized it might be a cpu bottleneck.

 

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probably cpu bound

check *all cores and threads seperately* bet some will be close to 100% its a very cpu heavy game.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, DiiZE said:

I7 4790k 4.6ghz 68c max load

Do you mean that your CPU is running at 100% load when running the game or that this is the max temperature you get when it's fully loaded?

 

I suspect the CPU is the issue. I was seeing some limits of my i5 4670K in 2019 and for a 8 year old CPU I suspect that's the problem, as others above have posted.

 

Run the game and look at the CPU utilisation, task manager will do the job if you don't have anything else installed. If 2+ threads are fully loaded, then the CPU is the bottleneck, not the GPU.

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7 hours ago, thewelshbrummie said:

Do you mean that your CPU is running at 100% load when running the game or that this is the max temperature you get when it's fully loaded?

 

I suspect the CPU is the issue. I was seeing some limits of my i5 4670K in 2019 and for a 8 year old CPU I suspect that's the problem, as others above have posted.

 

Run the game and look at the CPU utilisation, task manager will do the job if you don't have anything else installed. If 2+ threads are fully loaded, then the CPU is the bottleneck, not the GPU.

 

8 hours ago, Srijan Verma said:

Its a really cpu heavy game as well, maybe look into cpu usage while the game is running, since the gpu is not being fully utilized it might be a cpu bottleneck.

 

 

8 hours ago, Shimejii said:

if your 1080ti is only getting to 64C under full load on warzone, im not sure its actually being fully used. In most games my 1080ti gets to about 78ish under full load. 

 

Also Warzone is just not optimized well, its never been a game that runs particularly well on even current hardware, let alone our gpus from 6 years ago, and your cpu from almost 8 years ago. There are dips, there are glitches and issues that cause it to not go so well. Its just how warzone is sadly.

alright sorry was late, and i forgot to mention a few things. GPU sits at 70% ish. CPU 87/97% ish. sometimes it hits 100% but not really if i have no chrome open. so the work togeather very nicely. and true CPU is 8years old now but i had no problems in any other games which makes me comfused tbh. and the GPU is only running at 100% load at 67c as you can see in the benchmark as well. cpu is a bit hotter at 67c ish. but you don't think the blackscreen i'm experiance at startup of the pc can cause it? had it now for a few months still have not been able to figure out to why the computer starts in blackscreen just after BIOS image and forces me to do a restart off the computer to make it boot in to Windows.

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Just now, DiiZE said:

 

 

alright sorry was late, and i forgot to mention a few things. GPU sits at 70% ish. CPU 87/97% ish. sometimes it hits 100% but not really if i have no chrome open. so the work togeather very nicely. and true CPU is 8years old now but i had no problems in any other games which makes me comfused tbh. and the GPU is only running at 100% load at 67c as you can see in the benchmark as well. cpu is a bit hotter at 67c ish. but you don't think the blackscreen i'm experiance at startup of the pc can cause it? had it now for a few months still have not been able to figure out to why the computer starts in blackscreen just after BIOS image and forces me to do a restart off the computer to make it boot in to Windows.

also i use MSI afterburner to monitor the ussages

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2 minutes ago, DiiZE said:

 

 

alright sorry was late, and i forgot to mention a few things. GPU sits at 70% ish. CPU 87/97% ish. sometimes it hits 100% but not really if i have no chrome open. so the work togeather very nicely. and true CPU is 8years old now but i had no problems in any other games which makes me comfused tbh. and the GPU is only running at 100% load at 67c as you can see in the benchmark as well. cpu is a bit hotter at 67c ish. but you don't think the blackscreen i'm experiance at startup of the pc can cause it? had it now for a few months still have not been able to figure out to why the computer starts in blackscreen just after BIOS image and forces me to do a restart off the computer to make it boot in to Windows.

cpu hittíng 87% or more is definetely a cpu bottleneck, 87% usage means that 7 threads are being used, for warzone minimum 6 cores and recommended 8 cores.

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2 hours ago, SavageNeo said:

cpu hittíng 87% or more is definetely a cpu bottleneck, 87% usage means that 7 threads are being used, for warzone minimum 6 cores and recommended 8 cores.

huh? it's 87/97% depending on where on the map. and i think i fixed it somewhat i get 130fps now at normal texture/everything off that is supposed to be off in warzone. but i still need help with my blackscreen issue at startup any idea?

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They seem to have made some improvements. My 4790k normally sat with all the cores maxed out, barely playable at that point but seems better the last time I tried it. But warzone is much worse than multiplayer.

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7 minutes ago, Mick Naughty said:

They seem to have made some improvements. My 4790k normally sat with all the cores maxed out, barely playable at that point but seems better the last time I tried it. But warzone is much worse than multiplayer.

yeah it was really bad when i tried it yesterday, but today after a bit of tweaking i average 120+ fps mostly around 130fps. and it feels really good. 

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