gtx 1080ti low fps at 100% gpu utilization???

On battlefield multiplayer i am getting 45-55 fps and even lower 40-50 in single player with my gpu at 100 percent utilization and my cpu only around 30-40% it is making no sense at all i tried to reinstall drivers, update cpu and all other drivers still no change how is it that my 1080ti is maxing out at 1080p 144hz with only low fps to offer??

specs:
ryzen 1700x
zotac gtx 1080ti amp edition
16gb ddr4 2666mhz
evga 650w gold psu
asus prime b350 -plus Motherboard
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  1. I love these kind of challenges. What are the temps? What are the power deliveries? Does this happen any other games? Do you have V-Sync turned on? What type of monitor do have?
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  2. AOC G2460PQU 1920x1080 144hz
    gpu is at 60-70c while at 100% gpu usage
    Vsync is on
    Dont know what you mean by power delivers? voltage isnt showing if thats what you mean
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  3. Just tried turning it off no difference
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  4. arkan_1 said:
    Just tried turning it off no difference


    This may sound like a lot of work, but it's the best way to test it. Download DDU, remove the drivers. Then use Geforce to re-install them. Start up BF1 and make sure v-sync is off, and post your results.
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  5. Herc08 said:
    arkan_1 said:
    Just tried turning it off no difference


    This may sound like a lot of work, but it's the best way to test it. Download DDU, remove the drivers. Then use Geforce to re-install them. Start up BF1 and make sure v-sync is off, and post your results.


    already did that it did nothing as well.
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  6. I found the solution in games there is an option called resolution scale, it was maxed at 200% by bringing it down i was getting the fps i have been looking for.
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  7. arkan_1 said:
    I found the solution in games there is an option called resolution scale, it was maxed at 200% by bringing it down i was getting the fps i have been looking for.


    Well that will make it work twice as hard. My question is, did you tweak the settings, or did you like GeForce do it?
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  8. Herc08 said:
    arkan_1 said:
    I found the solution in games there is an option called resolution scale, it was maxed at 200% by bringing it down i was getting the fps i have been looking for.


    Well that will make it work twice as hard. My question is, did you tweak the settings, or did you like GeForce do it?


    I tweaked the settings but im wondering if 80 -100 fps is really the best a 1080ti can do at 1080p i dont know.
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  9. I am getting the same problem, except it is on almost all games. I have very good airflow in my Corsair full tower case, so my temps never go above 55 degC at max load. My GPU usage is between 95-98%, and my CPU usage is between 30-60%, depending on the game. I am running 1440p res @ 144Hz with Gsync. I used DDU to wipe all previous display drivers, and reinstalled GeForce Experience and the latest Nvidia video driver. Below are some FPS results from Battlefield 1, Rocket League, and World of Warships along with my system hardware:

    System Hardware:
    Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D Full Tower
    +3 case fans and controller
    Motherboard: Asus Z97-A
    CPU: i5 4690K (OC to 4.2 GHz)
    CPU Cooler: Be Quiet! Dark Rock 3 Tower Fan
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance 16GB (4 x 4GB) @ 2133 MHz
    Storage: 2 x 500GB Crucial MX100 SSD, Raid 0
    GPU: Asus ROG GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Strix Gaming
    Display: Asus ROG Swift PG278QR 27.0" 2560x1440 144Hz Monitor
    PSU: EVGA G2 1000W Gold

    Game Results
    Battlefield 1, 2550 x 1440p, Ultra Settings
    40-50 FPS

    Rocket League, 2550 x 1440p, Ultra Settings
    25-40 FPS

    World of Warships, 2550 x 1440p, Ultra Settings
    65-75 FPS

    The CPU is not bottlenecking my 1080 Ti, so i have no idea what the problem is. I should be getting 100+FPS in all those games with ease.
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