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Ryzen 3 1200 only getting up to 1.55 ghz?

My specs:

 

GPU- ASUS GeForce DUAL GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Dual-fan Edition

CPU- Ryzen 3 1200

MOBO- MSI b350 tomahawk

PSU- EVGA 500w WHITE

 

Ok so i built my pc on christmas, installed windows and everything booted it up got steam and played some games. I started off playing csgo, as this game is not hard to run and get high fps. I set all my settings to low, and search for a deathmatch on dust. I notice in the fps counter im only getting 50 fps, i couldn't believe what i saw. I thought to myself it could of been the amount of players in the game so i started up a competitive match and the same thing´s happening, im only getting 50 fps. Since i know this game is cpu intensive, i download cpuid. I open cpuid and it says my core speed is only 1.55 ghz, when it should be about 3.1ghz. Does anyone know why this is happening? I haven't overclocked it or anything. If anyone has any idea on whats going on please help me. If you need more info i can post more.

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50 fps, damn I get 250 fps and my graphics card is a Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 xD 

"I don't know what your problem is, but it seems like you don't like me. Besides, I can't put you in any mood - you put yourself into a 'mood' when you take the little things personally."

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1 minute ago, Krazes said:

50 fps, damn I get 250 fps and my graphics card is a Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 xD 

Plz be useful

rip

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Oi ya called me useless :(

"I don't know what your problem is, but it seems like you don't like me. Besides, I can't put you in any mood - you put yourself into a 'mood' when you take the little things personally."

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2 minutes ago, rip said:

Whats the thermals?

If you mean the temperature, its 32 degrees celcius

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1 minute ago, Disclaimers said:

If you mean the temperature, its 32 degrees celcius

That's pretty normal

"I don't know what your problem is, but it seems like you don't like me. Besides, I can't put you in any mood - you put yourself into a 'mood' when you take the little things personally."

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2 minutes ago, Psittac said:

The speed slows down when not under load

I´ve tested it while i play games, it´s always 1.55 no matter what.

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Just now, Disclaimers said:

I´ve tested it while i play games, it´s always 1.55 no matter what.

In games the temperature is 32 degrees Celsius?

 

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1 minute ago, Shreyas1 said:

In games the temperature is 32 degrees Celsius?

Yes the temperature literally stays the same or goes over just to 33 degrees celsius.

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5 minutes ago, Psittac said:

Also 1050ti can't be used in sli

No, Asus named their cooler "dual", therefore causing confusion everywhere.

1 minute ago, Disclaimers said:

Yes the temperature literally stays the same or goes over just to 33 degrees celsius.

Did you do anything in bios?

 

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Just now, Shreyas1 said:

No, Asus named their cooler "dual", therefore causing confusion everywhere.

Did you do anything in bios?

I´ve tried turning cool and quiet off and it did nothing so i switched it back, that's the only time.

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8 minutes ago, Disclaimers said:

I´ve tried turning cool and quiet off and it did nothing so i switched it back, that's the only time.

Is vsync on in the game?

 

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Just now, Disclaimers said:

Nope i never use vsync.

Are all drivers and stuff like that installed?

 

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1 minute ago, Shreyas1 said:

Are all drivers and stuff like that installed?

Yep i made sure of it.

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Just now, Disclaimers said:

Yep i made sure of it.

And all PSU cables connected as well? Also, with that vsync thing, did you turn it off or did just assume that it was off?

 

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Also, if you have other games, test those too. It could just be csgo. 

 

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Just download the Ryzen power plan from AMD's website. I'm kinda disappointed that nobody said this already...

Futura:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 - 3.8GHz @ 1.3V  GPUGigabyte RX 570

Mobo: ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4 HDD: WD Blue 2TB 5400rpm

SSD: HP M700 120GB RAM: 16GB G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz C16 @ 1.35V 

Cooler: Cryorig H7 Case: In Win 101 (Black) PSU: Corsair CX450

 

Infinity (Upgraded Dell XPS 410):

CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 GPU: EVGA Geforce 750 Ti SC

RAM: 8GB Corsair DDR2 800MHz HDD: WD Caviar Blue 320GB

PSU: Corsair CX450

 

Car: 

2004 Toyota Corolla

Engine: 1ZZ-FE, 140HP Transmission: C59 5spd Manual

Weight: 2500lbs/1130kg

Mods:

M-Pact Performance Clutch

Subaru Outback 17" Rims

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39 minutes ago, Psittac said:

Also 1050ti can't be used in sli

He's not using it in SLI, that's the name of his card.

 

It's made by Asus and uses their dual-fan cooler that goes by the name Asus Dual.

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29 minutes ago, Shreyas1 said:

And all PSU cables connected as well? Also, with that vsync thing, did you turn it off or did just assume that it was off?

Checked all the cables played rainbow 6, got a 50 frame average on low settings, and a 45 frame avg on high settings, my friend has the same build and averaging 87 on rainbow 6 on low 

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18 minutes ago, thegreengamers said:

Just download the Ryzen power plan from AMD's website. I'm kinda disappointed that nobody said this already...

I forgot to mention i did this days ago.

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8 minutes ago, Disclaimers said:

Checked all the cables played rainbow 6, got a 50 frame average on low settings, and a 45 frame avg on high settings, my friend has the same build and averaging 87 on rainbow 6 on low 

CPU usage and speed for 1080p low?

 

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