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GTX 1070Ti Possibly Underperforming - Help

SoldierG
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Hello.

I recently purchased a new 27'' 2560x1440 144Hz monitor, Plugged it in, set the colors and image mode then rushed to play.

Problem is I'm getting a lower number of frames per second with the new resolution, And I get it, It requires more processing power to run the extra pixels. But would it really be a problem for such a GPU as the 1070Ti?

I ran a few games, some in-game benchmark tests and here are the results:

 

League of Legends - Average of 180 FPS @ 2560x1440 144Hz, Highest settings

Rainbow Six Siege  -   Average of 60-70 FPS @ 2560x1440 144Hz, Highest settings

For Honor - Average of 60-80 FPS @ 2560x1440 144Hz, Highest settings

 

These results did not satisfy me as I expect the 1070Ti to handle those game much better. so I decided to check some stuff but it all seems to be working just fine.

All the drivers are up to date, GPU is set to use maximum power and the temperature is good. So I don't understand why I get such a low number of frames. Am I expecting too much from the GPU or something really is odd?

 I don't think my GPU is bottle-necked as my PC specs are:

 

Gigabyte Z370 HD3P Motherboard

 

Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8700 CPU @ 3.20GHz 6 Core(s)

 

MSI GTX 1070 Ti Armor 8GB GDDR5

 

HyperX FURY Black 2x8GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM

 

750W PSU

 

Running Windows 10 Pro 64bits

 

I would like to know if that is normal for the 1070Ti or something is off, I will gladly receive any tips or any kind of help.

Thanks in advance.

 

 

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The only thing I could think to check would be to see if XMP is enabled in the BIOS

 

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I think that framerates are fairly normal.

the jump from 1080p to 1440p is pretty big if you look at the fps

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1 hour ago, fasauceome said:

The only thing I could think to check would be to see if XMP is enabled in the BIOS

 

Well, I changed my XMP to Profile 1, And it seems to help just a little adding about 10 FPS to the benchmarks.

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9 minutes ago, AkSo2504 said:

I think that framerates are fairly normal.

the jump from 1080p to 1440p is pretty big if you look at the fps

I'm aware but is it so difficult to run that a 1070 Ti can bearly handle it?

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Just now, SoldierG said:

I'm aware but is it so difficult to run that a 1070 Ti can bearly handle it?

did you check if others have the same fps with a 1070ti?

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Just now, AkSo2504 said:

did you check if others have the same fps with a 1070ti?

On another forum someone said that he uses 1080Ti at 1440p and still lowers the graphics settings, Guess its pretty normal then?

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