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Asus 1080 Underperforming?

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So, I know there are probably a million threads about this, but I feel like my Asus 1080 is underperforming compared to the scores I have seen. I am getting ,on average, roughly 2400 in the 1080p setting on unigine, and roughly 1600 on the 1440p setting. My friend has an OC’ed 1070 and hits pretty close to my scores.

 

Specs:

GPU: Asus Advanced edition 1080 (Running at 1835mhz)

CPU: Ryzen 1600X (Base Clock)

Memory: 16GB G Skill Trident Z 3200Mhz

Mobo: Asus B350-F

 

Note: My temps stay around 50-60

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Yeah your 1600x at base clock is very likely bottlenecking it at 1080p and 1440. Try to get it closer to 4ghz on all cores. 


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3 minutes ago, Zeitec said:

Yeah your 1600x at base clock is very likely bottlenecking it at 1080p and 1440. Try to get it closer to 4ghz on all cores. 

For sure. My R7 2700X at 4GHz keeps Destiny 2 at 120+ fps with an EVGA 1080 SC, with the same model GPU my 5GHz 8600K keeps D2 pinned at 144fps, I saw one drop to 143 (both tested on 1080p ultra). So your R5 will defo bottleneck it a bit at 1080p. 

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2 hours ago, Zando Bob said:

For sure. My R7 2700X at 4GHz keeps Destiny 2 at 120+ fps with an EVGA 1080 SC, with the same model GPU my 5GHz 8600K keeps D2 pinned at 144fps, I saw one drop to 143 (both tested on 1080p ultra). So your R5 will defo bottleneck it a bit at 1080p. 

 

2 hours ago, Zeitec said:

Yeah your 1600x at base clock is very likely bottlenecking it at 1080p and 1440. Try to get it closer to 4ghz on all cores. 

I will definitely try that when I get home, but on the unigine heaven extreme benchmark, I pulled a 3400 but every other run after that stays in the 2700s. It’s as if I can get one decent benchmark right when I start up my computer but after that , the rest are pretty bad.

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