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Rx 580 Under performing ?

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PUBG used to be not optimized very well, but I don't know for sure if that is still the case..

CSGO on the other hand is way more CPU bound, meaning the GPU doesn't make much of a difference in scores. It is possible you are looking at benchmarks of CPU's with higher per core speeds, which will yield better results in CSGO.

 

If you want to properly check if your GPU is performing as it should, you could run some GPU benchmarks (such as 3D mark, Cinebench's GPU benchmark and some games have a built in benchmark. Userbench is also an option).

At that point just compare your score to other 580's and you will likely get a better comparison to see if your GPU is truly under performing.

Hi guys got a Rx 580 sapphire + le 1450mhz clock speed and a Ryzen 2600 3.7ghz . I get around 200 FPS ultra setings and pub g I get around 70-80ultra . When I put the games in low settings the FPS doesn’t vary much . I get around 210 in csgo and 90 in PUBG all very low settings . i looked at benchmarks and people are getting 100fps in pub g and above 300fps in csgo same graphics card as mine non overclock . It’s quite concerning because I looked at benchmarks before buying this graphics card and iam not getting the correct frames at stock gpu settings 

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whats your cpu?

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PUBG used to be not optimized very well, but I don't know for sure if that is still the case..

CSGO on the other hand is way more CPU bound, meaning the GPU doesn't make much of a difference in scores. It is possible you are looking at benchmarks of CPU's with higher per core speeds, which will yield better results in CSGO.

 

If you want to properly check if your GPU is performing as it should, you could run some GPU benchmarks (such as 3D mark, Cinebench's GPU benchmark and some games have a built in benchmark. Userbench is also an option).

At that point just compare your score to other 580's and you will likely get a better comparison to see if your GPU is truly under performing.

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1 minute ago, Matty2048 said:

whats your cpu?

He says it in the first sentence, the Ryzen 5 2600. 

 

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16 minutes ago, Hi Guys Hope your well :) said:

Thanks a lot mini , but in low settings I don’t get much more FPS so do you know what could be the problem ?

Lowering settings and fps increasing is not that linear as it may seem, there's lots of other things to take into account, sometimes the game engine itself, thus why we insist on balancing every thing not only hardware wise but your gaming settings also.

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