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GPU Performance Declined after new build.

Go to solution Solved by MrBlue999999,

Alrighty so here's the situation. Dont call me dumb lmao. I fixed it.

I had my card mounted vertically with a PCIE riser cable. It didnt fit in the first PCIE slot with the armor for some reason so I put it in the second. Thats what did it.
I just removed the riser and forced the card into the armored 1st PCIE slot and were back lmao. Gotta love it

I used to have i9-9900k 3080ti 32GB DDR4 3600mhz
 
and now I have i7-12700k 3080ti 32GB DDR5 5200Mhz
 
and ive noticed a significant FPS drop from my previous sysem. Im getting ~20fps difference than what I did before, and comparing benchmarks to videos online, I am definitely getting less fps.
 
Some examples
Cyberpunk 1440p Ultra (RTX On) DLSS Quality is supposed to get ~70fps
I get ~55
 
Battlefield 2042 1440p Ultra (RTX Off) DLSS Quality is supposed to get ~100
I get ~80
 
Dying Light 2 1440p High (RTX On) DLSS Quality is supposed to get ~90
I get ~70
 
I have no idea what is causing this sudden downgrade in in performance, and hoping for some assistance.
In Dying Light 2 I notice GPU usage seems to be about 80% instead of using the whole thing.
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Are you definitely sure you're getting less performance? Like, have you benchmarked these two setups on the exact same tests? What other people get would not of be actual relevancy to what you're getting. That is, if you're comparing things such as Youtube videos as a performance metric.

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That’s a fairly large platform change going from DDR4 to DDR5 and adding E cores. Did you do a fresh windows install?

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Performance (P) Cores + Efficiency (E) Cores = trouble if your still running Windows 10 as it's scheduler doesn't know how to handle Efficiency cores ... ummm ... efficiently.

 

If your still running Windows 10 then disable the E cores in the BIOS and see if that helps or Google Process Lasso and see if you can change the "affinity" of the tasks to just use P cores.

 

At least with moving from a 9900K to an 12700K it's likely not the Power Supply as the 12700K likley still draws less power than that 9th Generation blast furnace.

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12th gen pretty much requires windows 11 to run properly. Other then that, Old drivers, and a bunch of legacy stuff kind of bogs systems down. Anytime you do a platform change, you need to do a fresh install of windows. Its not worth dealing with the issues, just clean install and most issues are fixed. 

 

Other things to check, Your settings in game, usually they get reset.

 

Who are you getting your "supposed to get" claims from? Quite important as that doesnt always line up correctly. 

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Alrighty so here's the situation. Dont call me dumb lmao. I fixed it.

I had my card mounted vertically with a PCIE riser cable. It didnt fit in the first PCIE slot with the armor for some reason so I put it in the second. Thats what did it.
I just removed the riser and forced the card into the armored 1st PCIE slot and were back lmao. Gotta love it

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