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Games lag on high end pc

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I just made recent upgrade on my pc , i used to a amd fx 6350,gtx 960 and 16gb of ddr3 ram, but i thought i needed to make an upgrade so i did, so now i have a ryzen 1600 witha gtx 1060 3gb and 8gb of ddr4 ram , and for some reason most of the games i play lag and stutter alot which is quite irritating , on evil within 2 i get around 40-51 fps and mw2 for some reason only 37 fps which i dont quite get, i made a driver upgrade for the gpu and overclocked my cpu to 3.8ghz , thanks in advance
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  1. The fx6350 was most likely to be bottlenecking your gpu before. The new system though should be enough for 1080p gaming. What resolution are you playing at? If its 1080p, have you tried updating your motherboard bios? If you got a board with one of the first bios for ryzen, chances are your problem will be solved after the update. Aside from that, I've seen many people complaining about the performance of windows 10 with only 8gb of ram.
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  2. Is your powersupply good enough? Does it have enough watts?
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  3. have a look at your temperatures and frequencies of your CPU and GPU while gaming.

    Did you freshly install windows with this system?

    Updating the BIOS can help
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  4. Hello guys thanks for your quick reply , i have an asrock ab350m
    Pro4 mobo and on cpu z it says that the current version is P 3.00 and my fx 6350 was definetely not bottlenecking with my 960 and i know that for sure , and i have. 600w power supply, i had to install a fresh copy of windows 10 as it gave me windows errors previously , i bought a windows key and made a clean installation, i checked temperature on cpu and its on 47 while gaming
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  5. use instantflash within BIOS and a USB flash drive with the latest BIOS version (3.30) on it
    https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/AB350M%20Pro4/index.asp#BIOS
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  6. run 3dmark basic edition (it´s for free), click on compare results online after it and post the address of your upcoming browser
    https://www.techspot.com/downloads/5775-3dmark.html
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  7. Not sure what you mean with that 3d? Would appreciate if you could go into
    More details thanks buddy
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  8. "3dmark" is a benchmark which can compare scores of different systems and can show you the performance of your system in detail. If something is wrong, the score will be less than normal.
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  9. Shall i test it now and then after the bios update? And on the site there is instant flash 3.30 and then windows 3.30 , which one shall i download ? Thanks
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  10. Best answer
    do it before and after it

    use instant flash like said before
    https://www.asrock.com/support/BIOSIG.asp?cat=BIOS8
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  11. Please update your bios to P3.30 and then to 4.20 first. Here's the link https://www.asrock.com/support/index.asp?cat=BIOS
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  12. 4.20 is not for my motherboard mate , but i will
    Update to 3.30
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  13. Mursalin said:
    4.20 is not for my motherboard mate , but i will
    Update to 3.30


    Indeed, I missed the "M". Try doing benchmarks on time spy and unigine valley before and after the update. That will give you a good idea of performance change since it gives you a score in the end. It will also monitor your temps, clock speed, etc.
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  14. Cheers mate
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  15. did it work?
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