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RTX 2070 Never goes past 60% utilization.

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Ive tried this in WW3 rust and even the mw2 beta i was getting 60 fps on low settings with uncapped fram rates and all. i just dont get why i wont go above 60 %

 

Specs Below:

Ryzen 7-3700x

16 Gb 3000mhz DDR4 (XMP Enabled)

1 TB NVME

MSI RTX 2070 8gb Gddr6 with a 144mhz OC with NVidia software.

 

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does it not like to go above 60% in other games than Rust too?

Note: My advice is amateur help/beginner troubleshooting, someone else can probably troubleshoot way better than me.

- I do have some experience, and I can use google pretty well. - Feel free to quote me I may respond soon.

PC:

Ryzen 3 1200 | 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz | B450 | GTX 1050

PCs I used before:

Pentium G4500 | 4GB/8GB DDR4 2133Mhz | H110 | GTX 1050

Ryzen 3 1200 3,5Ghz / OC:4Ghz | 8GB DDR4 2133Mhz / 16GB 3200Mhz | B450 | GTX 1050

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1 hour ago, MaddKoalaa said:

Ive tried this in WW3 rust and even the mw2 beta i was getting 60 fps on low settings with uncapped fram rates and all. i just dont get why i wont go above 60 %

 

Specs Below:

Ryzen 7-3700x

16 Gb 3000mhz DDR4 (XMP Enabled)

1 TB NVME

MSI RTX 2070 8gb Gddr6 with a 144mhz OC with NVidia software.

 

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are ur ram is sitting at 3000 mhz in xmp or in higher clocks in xmp??

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What software are you using to monitor the utilization? 

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because what you're running will determine what your hardware does:

Low graphics settings = Less GPU Load

High Graphics = More GPU load. 

 

Rust is more CPU than GPU.  MW2 IDK that game.

 

Fire up a GPU Intensive game like Cyberpunk or something similarly not E-Sports adjacent and see what happens.  (ESports titles are much more CPU than GPU.)

 

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1 hour ago, tkitch said:

because what you're running will determine what your hardware does:

Low graphics settings = Less GPU Load

High Graphics = More GPU load. 

 

Rust is more CPU than GPU.  MW2 IDK that game.

 

Fire up a GPU Intensive game like Cyberpunk or something similarly not E-Sports adjacent and see what happens.  (ESports titles are much more CPU than GPU.)

 

also tried cyberpunk and on low-medium no raytracing settings im getting 60 fps at 1080p.

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1 hour ago, bal723 said:

are ur ram is sitting at 3000 mhz in xmp or in higher clocks in xmp??

im not really familiar with how xmp works i set my ram speed to 3000mhz and enabled xmp is that bad or should i keep xmp and disable the 3000mhz?

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in i think 1 game it goes to 70% but literally e very game it ends up at 60

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Just now, MaddKoalaa said:

im not really familiar with how xmp works i set my ram speed to 3000mhz and enabled xmp is that bad or should i keep xmp and disable the 3000mhz?

enable xmp and try upping memory speed atleast to 3200 mhz

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4 minutes ago, bal723 said:

enable xmp and try upping memory speed atleast to 3200 mhz

will do asap

 

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2 minutes ago, MaddKoalaa said:

will do asap

 

u searched ur config on bottleneck calculators

and ur ram is bottleneck.

even i use 4800 mhz ram with my i3 10105f, and it works a slightly faster.

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20 minutes ago, bal723 said:

u searched ur config on bottleneck calculators

and ur ram is bottleneck.

even i use 4800 mhz ram with my i3 10105f, and it works a slightly faster.

bottleneck calculators are absolutely BS.  Don't use them, at all.

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Just now, tkitch said:

bottleneck calculators are absolutely BS.  Don't use them, at all.

yeah i dont think my ram is what is limiting my gpu

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32 minutes ago, MaddKoalaa said:

also tried cyberpunk and on low-medium no raytracing settings im getting 60 fps at 1080p.

if you're never getting over 60FPS?  Make sure you don't have a setting ticked in your NVidia software to lock it to 60FPS.  (VSync / GSync etc, turned off.)

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3 hours ago, MaddKoalaa said:

Ive tried this in WW3 rust and even the mw2 beta i was getting 60 fps on low settings with uncapped fram rates and all. i just dont get why i wont go above 60 %

 

Specs Below:

Ryzen 7-3700x

16 Gb 3000mhz DDR4 (XMP Enabled)

1 TB NVME

MSI RTX 2070 8gb Gddr6 with a 144mhz OC with NVidia software.

 

image.png.619b9d20d0fa1f5c5ebeffb70c349a79.png

 rust is open and on near max settings. cpu is at around 50%

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5 minutes ago, tkitch said:

if you're never getting over 60FPS?  Make sure you don't have a setting ticked in your NVidia software to lock it to 60FPS.  (VSync / GSync etc, turned off.)

sorry shoulda clarified i have my 144hz enabled rust runs at like 80-100 fps and my vsync is enabled

 

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6 minutes ago, MaddKoalaa said:

 rust is open and on near max settings. cpu is at around 50%

That doesn't mean what you think it means.

 

You need to check the individual threads.  If Rust is maxing it's threads?  The rest of the CPU doesn't matter.  

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41 minutes ago, tkitch said:

That doesn't mean what you think it means.

 

You need to check the individual threads.  If Rust is maxing it's threads?  The rest of the CPU doesn't matter.  

yes rust is maxing its threads image.thumb.png.909850a303fe2049f283fd8a8f7a335f.png

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17 hours ago, MaddKoalaa said:

yes rust is maxing its threads image.thumb.png.909850a303fe2049f283fd8a8f7a335f.png

strange, 3700x can normally handle 2070.

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1 hour ago, bal723 said:

strange, 3700x can normally handle 2070.

i literally think that my settings being to low on my games was the problem. i upped itall to max. 100% all the time

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12 minutes ago, MaddKoalaa said:

i literally think that my settings being to low on my games was the problem. i upped itall to max. 100% all the time

good,

problem solved.

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