its performing in the normal range for 3dmark, the card is fine. hes comparing two very different systems and expecting exact same performance. he also cant provide consistent tests of his own. so yeah feeling like someone elses threads now....Something to think about is he may have a dud for a card. I have had many multiples of the exact same card and some be ched better.than others. Also to note is how was this card run in the past? Heavy load even just gaming can make a winner into a dud. Personally I would be happy with its performance.
Hopefully he comes back after trying some other games. And preferably ones that have an in-game benchmark of some kind so he can look at a more apples to apples comparison.its performing in the normal range for 3dmark, the card is fine. hes comparing two very different systems and expecting exact same performance. he also cant provide consistent tests of his own. so yeah feeling like someone elses threads now....
Synthetic benchmarks are affected by everything in your system. Expecting exactly the same number as someone else is unrealistic.I'm happy to report that after running in game benchmarks of titles in strix 2080 Ti reviews I saw on several sites, the card performs on par or slightly better at stock. It seems synthetic benchmarks like 3DMark and Superposition and others are not a good way to test how if your card is up to snuff or not?
I'm confused tbh.
Hi guys, I got a Asus Strix 2080 Ti from reddit user. Paid through Paypal invoice.
10850K @ 5Ghz
Crucial Ballistix RGB 3600 MHz
Corsair RM 750W
Windows 10 64 bit 20H2
Strix 2080 Ti stock clocks On Nvida driver 452.06
My scores in benchmarks seem to be below the average:
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In comparison to these:
And my performance in CBP 2077 is so poor. I get 30 fps with DLSS and Ultra settings on 4K. While these guys get 45 fps and sometimes 60 fps in CBP 2077:
Check the above, but also go into the nVidia control panel, and make sure the FPS cap is not enabled. Your LCD's refresh rate can affect performance results if Adaptive sync is enabled like G-sync or Freesync, and an FPS cap (which can improve smoothness and playability, so a good thing, but not while running benchmarks) could be all this is. If you find the FPS cap is enabled in the nVidia control panel, turn it off and save the settings, then reboot, then try again.-make sure the card is seated properly in the PCI-E Slot
-Connect an approved PSU on the proper rails into the duel 8-pin connectors.
-Check bios to see what is being reported and that all bios settings are properly adhered to for a 2080ti class gpu
-Post a screenshot of what GPUz is reporting for your card at stock
-Do a clean uninstall - full wipe of any video drivers currently on your system (ask for help or do a forum search for best practices in ensuring you get a full reset)
-Download and install the most current Nvidia Drivers
-Update the GPU bios from the vendor website only, with the most current build. - Do this ONLY if you find it has a non-standard/mining Bios. Be sure you fully understand the process, as well as make a backup of its' current Bios, also have a spare video card on hand in case you need to flash it back, before proceeding.