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    IT's been a long time since I last wrote a thread . Anyhow, I recently bought a GIGABYTE AORUS RTX 2080 Super and used the benchmark software from https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/ to benchmark the new GPU. Turns out, my GPU scored a 126% in the test, which is abysmal considering the typical score of a 1080Ti's around 150%. Now, before anyone says that it's some sort of bottleneck, I used to own a 2080 before and it worked great. So, is the graphics card faulty by any chance?

    My specs: CPU: Ryzen 2700
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    Sorry for not showing any ss. Really didn't want to do the test again
    Last edited by ASH SOLVEM; February 8th, 2020 at 19:47.

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    did you reinstall your gpu driver when installed the new one ? are you using single stick 16gb ram or dual channel ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASH SOLVEM View Post
    IT's been a long time since I last wrote a thread . Anyhow, I recently bought a GIGABYTE AORUS RTX 2080 Super and used the benchmark software from https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/ to benchmark the new GPU. Turns out, my GPU scored a 126% in the test, which is abysmal considering the typical score of a 1080Ti's around 150%. Now, before anyone says that it's some sort of bottleneck, I used to own a 2080 before and it worked great. So, is the graphics card faulty by any chance?

    My specs: CPU: Ryzen 2700
    RAM: 16 GB DDR4 2666 MHz
    Motherboard: ASUS Prime B450 M

    Sorry for not showing any ss. Really didn't want to do the test again
    If you only post 16 times in a gaming forum after joining in 2018, you deserve your card to be under-performed.

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    I think you're reading that benchmark incorrectly. That % is relative and will change over time. You should do some actual game benchmarks instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    did you reinstall your gpu driver when installed the new one ? are you using single stick 16gb ram or dual channel ?
    YES I have reinstalled my gpu driver and the rams are in dual channel

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    I think you're reading that benchmark incorrectly. That % is relative and will change over time. You should do some actual game benchmarks instead.
    Well, the benchmark says that the gpu is performing waaaaaay below expectation so I think it doesn't even matter if I'm misreading. Gaming's been more or less the same as before. I was just wondering if the card has some faulty part or getting bottlenecked or so

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    If you only post 16 times in a gaming forum after joining in 2018, you deserve your card to be under-performed.
    Hey man, talking is scary for me and please don't use those cruel words, I have suffered enough already ☹☹☹☹☹

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASH SOLVEM View Post
    Well, the benchmark says that the gpu is performing waaaaaay below expectation so I think it doesn't even matter if I'm misreading. Gaming's been more or less the same as before. I was just wondering if the card has some faulty part or getting bottlenecked or so
    Those benches are useless. Run a game benchmark then compare against a review. If there's a defect then it will present itself in more obvious ways and won't be just "fps not high enough". Is there stuttering when you're playing?

    It might be a simple case of bottleneck. I'm particularly not that fond of those Ryzen 1st and 2nd generation processors. Though at 1080p it might not be an issue.

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    So you didnt even use a dedicated GPU benchmark program, and you're moaning about it's questionable results?? Jeez, at least use a benchmark that is meant to test GPU only, i.e. Heaven or Valley, or 3DMark.

    And seriously, you dont even need these benchmarks to check faults on your card. Just run games and check FPS. If the FPS is questionable, only then you need to worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRazerK View Post
    So you didnt even use a dedicated GPU benchmark program, and you're moaning about it's questionable results?? Jeez, at least use a benchmark that is meant to test GPU only, i.e. Heaven or Valley, or 3DMark.

    And seriously, you dont even need these benchmarks to check faults on your card. Just run games and check FPS. If the FPS is questionable, only then you need to worry.
    Yeah, sorry for not doing that. But some games do have stuttering issues, like SW Jedi Fallen Order and Outer Worlds. Will let you know after I use Heaven's or Kombustor

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASH SOLVEM View Post
    IT's been a long time since I last wrote a thread . Anyhow, I recently bought a GIGABYTE AORUS RTX 2080 Super and used the benchmark software from https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/ to benchmark the new GPU. Turns out, my GPU scored a 126% in the test, which is abysmal considering the typical score of a 1080Ti's around 150%. Now, before anyone says that it's some sort of bottleneck, I used to own a 2080 before and it worked great. So, is the graphics card faulty by any chance?

    My specs: CPU: Ryzen 2700
    RAM: 16 GB DDR4 2666 MHz
    Motherboard: ASUS Prime B450 M

    Sorry for not showing any ss. Really didn't want to do the test again
    Do a GPU stress test also. See if your GPU use percentage. If it is 100% used in software like MSI Kombustor and it run for 10-30 minutes without stuttering and crash, you can count on it.
    If not, immediately RMA. Don’t take risk. Iven RMA in our country is not so good. Unless concrete evidence in found, they often do not replace it.
    MSI Kombustor https://www.geeks3d.com/furmark/kombustor/downloads/

    Like @aayman said, bottleneck can be the case. but I want you to check the card with stress testing.

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    Userbenchmark is a POS so don't worry, your RTX 2080 is likely performing as it should.

    Userbenchmark is in cahoots with intel to throw AMD owners off by their deceptive benchmark methodology and results. Avoid that site, it's also SEO BS.

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