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I do know ram speed plays a difference on how fast assets get called on. I do know I lost 30 FPS pre patch with 3600 CL18 ram both 2x16 and 3x16. Knowing intel 12th gen likes and is made for faster ram, reading some benchmarks seeing large increases with faster speed and lower CL gave my cpu a huge boost that really should be on way faster DDR5. Also my 3DMark Time Spy Results it was a difference of a 1k increase on my CPU score upgrading ram to 4000mhz CL16 on top of my 30 FPS increase in CP 2077 pre the 1.5 patch. Whats even funnier is my low even with one of my OSD's up counting frames I never see the 60's FPS range. So think something must be up with the bench, even the bench's counter didn't see the 60's there too. I do know if your IMC on your cpu can handle it and the board and its bios you can run faster than what you're running but you have to be really picky on your ram chips can only go for the premium stuff.

TY on the rig comment, was a long year to get it to where I wanted it, part of it was 280 days to Step-Up my 3070 Ultra to a 3080 FTW3 Ultra the card I really wanted.
 
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I do know ram speed plays a difference on how fast assets get called on. I do know I lost 30 FPS pre patch with 3600 CL18 ram both 2x16 and 3x16. Knowing intel 12th gen likes and is made for faster ram, reading some benchmarks seeing large increases with faster speed and lower CL gave my cpu a huge boost that really should be on way faster DDR5. Also my 3DMark Time Spy Results it was a difference of a 1k increase on my CPU score upgrading ram to 4000mhz CL16 on top of my 30 FPS increase in CP 2077 pre the 1.5 patch. Whats even funnier is my low even with one of my OSD's up counting frames I never see the 60's FPS range. So think something must be up with the bench, even the bench's counter didn't see the 60's there too. I do know if your IMC on your cpu can handle it and the board and its bios you can run faster than what you're running but you have to be really picky on your ram chips can only go for the premium stuff.

TY on the rig comment, was a long year to get it to where I wanted it, part of it was 280 days to Step-Up my 3070 Ultra to a 3080 FTW3 Ultra the card I really wanted.
Cant wait for Directstorage and RTXio i think they were calling it... Load textures into gpu memory directly would be awsome.
 
Here are my in-game benchmark results performed today on 22/02/2022 (game version patch 1.5 v.2)

PC specs:
  1. OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (x64) Build 19044.1566 (21H2)
  2. CPU: Intel Core i9-10900F 2.8GHz 10-Core 20-Threads
  3. GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Inno3D IchillX4 10GB
  4. Memory: GEIL DDR4 ORION PC24000 3000MHz Dual Channel 32GB (2x16GB) - XMP profile enabled (CL 16-18-18-36)
  5. Storage: PNY XLR8 CS3030 2TB M.2-2280 NVMe Solid State Drive (SSD)
  6. Monitor: ViewSonic VX2705-2KP-MHD 27.0" 2560x1440 144hz 1ms
Complete built specs link: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/Yrb8TW

Side note:
  1. no overclocking
  2. used NVIDIA Geforce Experience optimal settings
  3. Geforce Game Ready Driver version 511.79 (release date 14/02/2022)

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In-game graphic and video settings:
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Benchmark results:

DLSS version 2.3.4 (default in-game)
First attempt:
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Second attempt:
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Third attempt:
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DLSS version 2.3.7
First attempt:
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Second attempt:
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Third attempt:
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Hi Guys,

I have a question. I'm currently running an 2021 ASUS TUF laptop with an i5 11400 processor, GTX3060-6GB graphics, 8GB DDR memory unit connected via HDMI to a 144Hz Lenovo 27 in screen and seem not to get the right FPS versus the benchmarks of similar configurations on youtube.

Test results:
@ Medium-High Settings, Ray Tracing ON (RT shadows off), with DLSS "Balanced", 1080p, No G-Sync - 34 fps
@ Ultra-High Settings, Ray Tracing (RT shadows off), with DLSS "Balanced", 1080p, No G-Sync - 24 fps
@ Medium-High Settings, Ray Tracing OFF with DLSS "Balanced", 1080p, No G-Sync - 49 fps
@ Ultra-High Settings, Ray Tracing ON (RT shadows off), with DLSS "Balanced", 1080p, No-Gsync - 21 fps
@ Ultra-High Settings, Ray Tracing OFF with DLSS "Balanced", 1080p, No-Gsync - 36 fps

Aren't these underperforming?
 
It didn't take us long to share this thread did it?

Fine. First off, this is my hardware:
PC, Win 10 Pro 64 bit; M12E, i9-10900K, Asus 3090 Gaming Strix OC, G.Skill 32 GB RAM 3733 MHz CL14

My settings are no spoiler: all maxed out. In my tests, I only varied resolution and no/DLSS. Let's hop into it.
All in all Quality DLSS gives significant uplift.

I could probably squeeze a bit more if I was to tweak the GPU OC.

1080p, all maxed out, no DLSS

Average FPS: 66.21
Min FPS: 31.39
Max FPS: 136.29
Time: 64.24
Number of frames: 4263

1080p, all maxed out, DLSS on 'Quality'

Average FPS: 100.48
Min FPS: 29.35
Max FPS: 146.46
Time: 64.24
Number of frames: 6455

1440p, all maxed out, no DLSS

Average FPS: 42.28
Min FPS: 29.29
Max FPS: 61.45
Time: 64.22
Number of frames: 2715

1440p, all maxed out, DLSS on 'Quality'

Average FPS: 70.36
Min FPS: 30.41
Max FPS: 137.05
Time: 64.24
Number of frames: 4520

4k, all maxed out, DLSS on 'Quality'

Average FPS: 39.12
Min FPS: 29.28
Max FPS: 60.43
Time: 64.23
Number of frames: 2513

4k, all maxed out, no DLSS

Average FPS: 20.69
Min FPS: 13.29
Max FPS: 30.94
Time: 64.23
Number of frames: 1329

Full PC Specs (just flashing)

Base
TT View 91 Tempered Glass RGB Edition
Corsair AX1600i

Core
Asus ROG Maximus XII Extreme
Intel Core i9-10900K, two cores 5.3 GHz, the rest 3.7 GHz
Corsair Hydro Series H115i RGB Platinum
G.Skill F4-4000C15Q-32GTZR @ 3733 MHz CL14

Graphics
Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3090 OC Edition, clock +50 MHz, power at 123%
Asus ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN
Thermaltake Premium PCI-E 3.0 Extender (1 meter)

Controls
SteelSeries Apex 7, Red
Razer Viper 8k / Razer Naga Pro @ 3200 dpi
Logitech G440

Audio
Creative Sound Blaster AE-9
Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro
Creative Inspire T6300
Rode NT1-A Mic

Cam
Logitech Streamcam Webcam
 
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I just tried to tune things up a bit, also updated the numbers in how CPU/GPU are set up. Not much of a difference. It is what it is, right?
And none to shabby for the 10th gen Intel and a 3090. The game is GPU-bottlenecked anyway.
 

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I just tried to tune things up a bit, also updated the numbers in how CPU/GPU are set up. Not much of a difference. It is what it is, right?
And none to shabby for the 10th gen Intel and a 3090. The game is GPU-bottlenecked anyway.

I think your results are excellent!
When using the same in-game settings, I'm getting approximately 3 FPS less.

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Settings:
4k, DLSS_Quality ; maxed-out details (Ultra & Psycho) ; DLSS_Sharpening_OFF
Driver Settings:
Forced AF_16x ; Prefer_Maximum_Performance ; Low_Latency_Mode_On
Display Related Settings:
G-sync: Enable_for_full_screen_mode ; Perform_scaling_on_GPU ; 160Hz ; 10_bpc ; HDR_Disabled
GPU Overclock:
using Precision X1: Power Target = 119% ; Mem Clock + 248 = 10000Mhz ; GPU Clock +0
BIOS Settings:
PBO_Enabled ; SMT_Disabled ; Resizable_BAR_enabled ; FCLK_1800 ; XMP_enabled



Specs:
evga rtx3090 ftw3 ultra ; Ryzen 9 5950x ;
Chipset: x570 ; 4x8gb ddr4 3600 CL16 ; Samsung SSD 980 pro 1TB ;
Windows 10 ; GPU driver Version: 511.79 ; DLSS Version: default 2.3.4
Cyberpunk 2077, Version 1.5 Hotfix_2



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Setting HDD to Off made a HUGE difference in performance for me and that's the most notable conclusion I can draw. I can actually have Ray Tracing now, though I did cut back DLSS to Performance. I'm playing on a mid grade laptop with a mobile RTX 2060 so I'm not getting the high framerate numbers that you all are getting, but they seem to be high enough to the point where I'm happy with it.

Benchmarks. I did a few with various sound settings out of curiosity and one wirh a machine reboot.

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My machine's specs

- Processor: 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-10750H Processor (2.60 GHz, up to 5.00 GHz with Turbo Boost, 6 Cores, 12 Threads, 12 MB Cache)
- Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64
- Display Type: 15.6” FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, anti-glare with Dolby Vision™, 500 nits, 240Hz
- Memory: 16 GB DDR4 2933MHz (2 x 8 GB)
- Hard Drive: 1 TB PCIe SSD
- Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 2060 6GB


Graphics settings; not shown is that HDD is turned off.

 

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Setting HDD to Off made a HUGE difference in performance for me [...]

My monitor doesn't truly support HDR, so I'm just using 10 bpc instead. But I can confirm that restoring settings can work wonders. I've recently restored the 3D Settings section for Cyberpunk in the driver, and it resulted in a buff of approx 2-4 FPS at 4K ; DLSS_Quality. I think it's because I had Trilinear optimization disabled, previously. Other settings like forcing AF 16x don't seem to affect performance in such a way.
 
My monitor doesn't truly support HDR, so I'm just using 10 bpc instead. But I can confirm that restoring settings can work wonders. I've recently restored the 3D Settings section for Cyberpunk in the driver, and it resulted in a buff of approx 2-4 FPS at 4K ; DLSS_Quality. I think it's because I had Trilinear optimization disabled, previously. Other settings like forcing AF 16x don't seem to affect performance in such a way.
Resetting sounds like a good idea; at least I already have my current settings in those images. nVidia's GeForce Experience app always shows that the game is not optimized so perhaps I'll let it do that and then tweak a little from there.
 

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So i noticed today after updating my Motherboard bios (have a asus rog crosshair 7 x470) that the former issue with huge dropped fps in start of bench mark is gone. went from 29 minimum too 49 minimum. Seems there was something with the former bios or something that made that issue worse?

I don't know, it's still pretty random on my end.
My MIN FPS range is 25-49 FPS. Usually it's between 40 and 45 FPS, but sometimes it drops to the thirties or even lower.

After having spent a lot of time benchmarking, I came to the following results and conclusion:

A few things that did seem to help increasing MIN FPS:
  • Closing background tasks and applications.
  • Capping the frame rate (via in-game video settings) anywhere between 47 FPS and my monitors refresh rate (160Hz) might help with the consistency of MIN FPS, although I'm not sure if this is actually the case.
  • Optimizing BIOS settings:
    • using XMP profile1 (DDR4 3600, FCLK 1800)
    • CPU settings:
      • SMT_OFF ; PBO_enabled
      • 5950x undervolted, using Curve Optimizer:
        Negative 12 on all cores, except the first core on CCD 0 is set to negative 13,
        Socket Power: EDC_195, TDC_195, PPT_367
A few things that did not help increasing MIN FPS:
  • Parking one core on each CPU-die in order to emulate a 5900x.
  • Enabling SMT
  • Setting CPU priority for Cyberpunk2077.exe to High in Taskmaster.
  • Updating from the second-latest BIOS version to the latest version.
  • Disabling Resizable-Bar / Smart Access Memory.
Résumé
The benchmark could need a Hotfix. The results seem to be very inconsistent. There's also a bug where presets won't get applied:

fake results:
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legit results:
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TL;DR
Please patch the benchmark.
If possible, please improve MIN FPS performance on Ryzen 5000 series CPUs.

Thanks!

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I don't know, it's still pretty random on my end.
My MIN FPS range is 25-49 FPS. Usually it's between 40 and 45 FPS, but sometimes it drops to the thirties or even lower.

After having spent a lot of time benchmarking, I came to the following results and conclusion:

TL;DR
Please patch the benchmark.
If possible, please improve MIN FPS performance on Ryzen 5000 series CPUs.

Thanks!

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Hehe i have a 3900x and i have the same problems. Read somewhere that AMD has some delay issues with bios due too safeboot and that it will get or just was patched in the bios update i mentioned... That could possibly explain the low min fps due too getting a short delay and dropping fps drasticly in the start?
 

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Hehe i have a 3900x and i have the same problems. Read somewhere that AMD has some delay issues with bios due too safeboot and that it will get or just was patched in the bios update i mentioned... That could possibly explain the low min fps due too getting a short delay and dropping fps drasticly in the start?
Maybe... On my end the BIOS update didn't help. I'm trying some Windows updates now. If that didn't help, the next step I'm going to try is flashing the BIOS and/or rolling back to the previous version.
 
Operating System: Windows 10
System Manufacturer: MSI
System Model: MS-7A33
BIOS: 5.H0 (type: UEFI)
Samsung SSD 860 QVO 1TB
Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Six-Core Processor (12 CPUs), ~3.9GHz
Memory: 16384MB RAM
Available OS Memory: 16328MB RAM
DirectX Version: DirectX 12
Card name: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 ( NORMAL )

And if I make a comparison now with my PS5 it's day and night ! The game looks much better on my PS !
 

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It is shame that my M12E and i9-10900K got fried, that babe was capable of all-core 5.2 GHz run, with CPU cache at 4.7 GHz.

With Z690 and i7-12700K the results are marginally lower or about the same.

Settings: Maxed out graphics.

1080p, no DLSS: 65.48 fps (ranging 50.87 - 86.87) -- this used to be 66.21 fps (31.39 - 136.29)
1080p, Quality DLSS: 101.80 fps (ranging 79.17 - 130.73) -- this used to be 100.48 fps (29.35 - 146.6)
4k, Quality DLSS: 39.03 fps (30.32 - 53.03) -- this used to be 39.12 fps (29.28 - 60.43)
4k, Auto DLSS: 56.83 fps (45.47 - 73.69)5
4k, no DLSS: 20.65 fps (14.64 - 29.07) -- this used to be 20.69 fps (13.29 - 30.94)

So, overall, the platform upgrade brings more consistency to the gaming experience. But, in turn, ever so slightly lower performance. I bet it would have been a different story with i9-12900KS. These results are with the budget-friendly sweetspot of the 12-th gen vs. 10-th gen leading CPU, which I lost. The rest of my rig remained the same:

Base: TT View 91 Tempered Glass RGB Edition, Corsair AX1600i
Core: Asus TUF Gaming Z690-Plus WiFi D4, Intel Core i7-12700K, Corsair Hydro Series H115i RGB Platinum, G.Skill F4-4000C15Q-32GTZR @ 4000 MHz CL15
Graphics: Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3090 OC Edition, clock +50 MHz, power at 123%, gen. 3, resizable BAR on, Thermaltake Premium PCI-E 3.0 Extender (1 meter), Asus ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN
Controls: SteelSeries Apex 7, Red; Razer Viper 8k / Razer Naga Pro @ 3200 dpi; Logitech G440
Sound: Creative Sound Blaster AE-9; Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro; Creative Inspire T6300; Rode NT1-A Mic

Ah yes, I forgot, with the Z690, I was finally able to set my RAM at 4000 MHz CL15. The 10-th gen was ever stuck at 3733 MHz CL14 due to instability at any higher RAM frequency.
 
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AMD 5600X
MSI B550 Mortar
RX 5700 "XT" 2100 core clock
Crucial Ballistix 16 gb 3600mhz
Assortment of 3 SSD and 1 NVME
LG Ultragear 1440p 144hz

I got an FSR 2.0 mod installed that's why DLSS isn't greyed out, the mod replaces DLSS with FSR 2.0, it works but it has graphical issues like ghosting and such. Last image is with FSR 2.0 mod.

I could probably increase the graphics more, in fact I used to play it on ultra, but the frames dipped to often below 60, i could also use a different FSR setting.
 

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