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rtx 3060 gets low fps i think cause of a power cap

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My RTX 3060 has always gave very low fps and the fps jumps up and down alot GPUZ says its a power cap. idk what to do to fix it ive tried alot of things the past year.

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How lower is your FPS rate compared to other similar systems?
Is your card working at PCIe x16 or less (post GPU-Z screenshot)?
 

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How lower is your FPS rate compared to other similar systems?
Is your card working at PCIe x16 or less (post GPU-Z screenshot)?
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"Better than 48% of all results"
and 3DMARK is running the benchmark test in that pic with the sensors tab
 
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I had great results undervolting my 3060 12GB using MSI Afterburner. The result would be shedding 50 watts of power and it would be able to stay in boost all the time rather than throttling.

In MSI Afterburner, the settings I used was a voltage/boost curve that steeply rose to ~0.950Vcore, boost ~1950 MHz and then was horizontal across. Thats all I did, worked great.
 

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I had great results undervolting my 3060 12GB using MSI Afterburner. The result would be shedding 50 watts of power and it would be able to stay in boost all the time rather than throttling.

In MSI Afterburner, the settings I used was a voltage/boost curve that steeply rose to ~0.950Vcore, boost ~1950 MHz and then was horizontal across. Thats all I did, worked great.
This is what mine looks like. Do i just i move those dots one by one like you have yours and is there a easy/faster way to copy yours?
 

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This is what mine looks like. Do i just i move those dots one by one like you have yours and is there a easy/faster way to copy yours?
Yeah theres a way to move everything as a horizontal line. From what I recall, you move the leftmost point up to where you want it, then click on that point then do shift enter and all the points to the right flatten out. To be quite honest, its really hard to use. All I can say is, don't move them individually unless you get really desperate, it should let you flatten it out with some combination of control or shift or enter. It isn't very intuitive and every time I use it I have to look at the guide I have in a text file:

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It's a 3060, what do you expect? You're maxing out the GPU load and you're hitting the power limit of the card. That's how boost algorithm works. Either lower the voltage (and probably clocks) or increase power limit (but then you might run into other limits). If you're getting low fps at full clocks, GPU load and while hitting power limit the fault is only one - it's a 3060.
 
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It's a 3060, what do you expect? You're maxing out the GPU load and you're hitting the power limit of the card. That's how boost algorithm works. Either lower the voltage (and probably clocks) or increase power limit (but then you might run into other limits). If you're getting low fps at full clocks, GPU load and while hitting power limit the fault is only one - it's a 3060.
I think he just needs to undervolt it. If its like the one I have, both undervolt and overclock can be done simultaneously and the result is it won't throttle.
 
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I think he just needs to undervolt it. If its like the one I have, both undervolt and overclock can be done simultaneously and the result is it won't throttle.
But with UV at some point he'll be also trading performance for power.
 
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@Chomiq 3060 that it may be, if his results are below 50% of all similar hardware on 3DMark there should be margin to improve with some tinkering.
Unless I'm misinterpreting, and that's a global 48% (would it be in line with 3060 results?).

@baybay when you ran 3DMark, what score did it give you in comparison to similar hardware?
 

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It's a 3060, what do you expect? You're maxing out the GPU load and you're hitting the power limit of the card. That's how boost algorithm works. Either lower the voltage (and probably clocks) or increase power limit (but then you might run into other limits). If you're getting low fps at full clocks, GPU load and while hitting power limit the fault is only one - it's a 3060.
I'm not super computer smart sorry, i saw im hitting a power limit from GPUZ, how do i not do that. I used the OC thing on MSI Afterburner and thats what it put the clocks at, I just want it to run smoothly. not quite sure how/what to do thou

Yeah theres a way to move everything as a horizontal line. From what I recall, you move the leftmost point up to where you want it, then click on that point then do shift enter and all the points to the right flatten out. To be quite honest, its really hard to use. All I can say is, don't move them individually unless you get really desperate, it should let you flatten it out with some combination of control or shift or enter. It isn't very intuitive and every time I use it I have to look at the guide I have in a text file:

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nice okay ill try it out and see how it goes, ty. Ill let you know after a couple matches and a benchmark test

@Chomiq 3060 that it may be, if his results are below 50% of all similar hardware on 3DMark there should be margin to improve with some tinkering.
Unless I'm misinterpreting, and that's a global 48% (would it be in line with 3060 results?).

@baybay when you ran 3DMark, what score did it give you in comparison to similar hardware?
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@Chomiq 3060 that it may be, if his results are below 50% of all similar hardware on 3DMark there should be margin to improve with some tinkering.
Unless I'm misinterpreting, and that's a global 48% (which would in line with a 3060?).
Userbenchmark, also:
"Better than 48% of all results"

Are they really?
 

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looking at these 3dmark scores, ppl with the same hardward have their cpu clocked at 5200, and their gpu clocks at 2200-2300. wouldnt they be hitting power limits also if not more?

Userbenchmark, also:
"Better than 48% of all results"

Are they really?
 

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3DMark indicates your system is indeed underperforming, but I wouldn't know how to pinpoint the root cause. It may not be only your GPU with untapped potential here.
I'd rather not bother much with Userbenchmark, though. Their methodology is bogus at best, outright maliciously biased at worst.

looking at these 3dmark scores, ppl with the same hardward have their cpu clocked at 5200, and their gpu clocks at 2200-2300. wouldnt they be hitting power limits also if not more?
5.2GHz on the CPU is overclocking. Your 12600K in turbo mode should be hitting 4.9GHz reliably, though. For the GPU, those are overclocked numbers as well (ootb it should hit ~1850MHz when boosting).
Did you look at the highest scoring 12600K/3060 combos?
 
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I can't read your screenshots. I think they are accidentally in farenheit for some reason.


For computers, everyone uses Celcius. 100 Celcius is terrible. 90 C is 90% of terrible. 80 C, is 80% of the way. 60 C, your only 60% of the way to terrible.

Farenheit? 148/212ths of the way? What is that?

Don't be a goof.
 
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Undervolting by OptimiumTech:

Run your card at default, without the OC curve. See what clocks it reaches at around 95%+ GPU (sustained) load.

Take that clock, follow optimum guide with voltage at around 875 mV and run 3D Mark with GPU-Z active. See if you're still hitting power limits. Worse case you'll have driver crash due to too low voltage.
 
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Your card's working like it supposed to, the numbers look right for a stock 3060.

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I would ignore "Average score" because it gets skewed massively by all the bugged scores on the 3DMark leaderboard.
 

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I can't read your screenshots. I think they are accidentally in farenheit for some reason.


For computers, everyone uses Celcius. 100 Celcius is terrible. 90 C is 90% of terrible. 80 C, is 80% of the way. 60 C, your only 60% of the way to terrible.

Farenheit? 148/212ths of the way? What is that?

Don't be a goof.
212°F is the same as 100°C, 373.15°K or 671.67°R which is the water boiling point.

32°F is the same as 0°C, 273.15°K, or 491.67°R which is water freezing point.

It is said that water at 125°F can scald a person (51.67°C)
 
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212°F is the same as 100°C, 373.15°K or 671.67°R which is the water boiling point.

32°F is the same as 0°C, 273.15°K, or 491.67°R which is water freezing point.

It is said that water at 125°F can scald a person (51.67°C)
No kidding! Did it take you two weeks to come up with the conversion?

I didn't know we had an unorthodox scientist in here.

The mental math is unnecessary, avoidable, and everyone avoids it. Just because you can use any unit doesn't mean you should.
 

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No kidding! Did it take you two weeks to come up with the conversion?

I didn't know we had an unorthodox scientist in here.

The mental math is unnecessary, avoidable, and everyone avoids it. Just because you can use any unit doesn't mean you should.
You flipped your wig there:laugh:
 
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Kelvin is the only reasonable temperature unit.
 

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