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How old is wow again?

Game came out in 2004, but many updates have been made since then.

When i ordered this PC i wasnt looking for massive gains in old single threaded games, but what i didnt expect would be a sizable downgrade in performance.
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Sooo after a bit of testing, it is confirmed my 6 year old PC with a 2500k and gtx 760 is consistently getting more FPS in WoW than my brand new PC with a 1060 and 1700.

Standing in the exact same spot (old pc hooked to tv) and not moving at all, with camera distance at the max my old PC is getting between 62 and 67 fps, my new pc is between 50-54.

How this is even possible i have no clue, i have the exact same settings on both PC's with all addons disabled. Ryzen has around a 13% IPC advantage over sandy, putting my 4.2ghz 2500k right in line with my 3.8ghz 1700. Dont know where to go from here to be honest, i didnt expect i would be downgrading from a 6 year old PC on the game i play the most. Gonna test again tomorrow with new ram, but man this is disappointing. I would not have even bothered to test but WoW simply felt slower, and alas it turns out it was.

If ram does nothing i may be sending back the motherboard to newegg and selling the 1700 on here or craigslist and moving over to a 7700k system. I mean when you upgrade a PC you want it to actually be an upgrade right?


It's the game. Myself, my Ryzen is destroying every app and game from my 390x and old 8350. My 8350 with fast Ram and a modest overclock would get 8000 in firestrike physics...No overclock 1800x (with 3200 RAM) is getting 19400.
Edited by h2323 - 3/28/17 at 4:19pm
post #6713 of 11557
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Sooo after a bit of testing, it is confirmed my 6 year old PC with a 2500k and gtx 760 is consistently getting more FPS in WoW than my brand new PC with a 1060 and 1700.

Standing in the exact same spot (old pc hooked to tv) and not moving at all, with camera distance at the max my old PC is getting between 62 and 67 fps, my new pc is between 50-54.

Are you still on the high performance power profile?, if so I would switch to balanced and try again.
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If tomorrow my ram does not increase wow performance, someone can have my 1700 for 250, let me know if interested.
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Sooo after a bit of testing, it is confirmed my 6 year old PC with a 2500k and gtx 760 is consistently getting more FPS in WoW than my brand new PC with a 1060 and 1700.

Standing in the exact same spot (old pc hooked to tv) and not moving at all, with camera distance at the max my old PC is getting between 62 and 67 fps, my new pc is between 50-54.

How this is even possible i have no clue, i have the exact same settings on both PC's with all addons disabled. Ryzen has around a 13% IPC advantage over sandy, putting my 4.2ghz 2500k right in line with my 3.8ghz 1700. Dont know where to go from here to be honest, i didnt expect i would be downgrading from a 6 year old PC on the game i play the most. Gonna test again tomorrow with new ram, but man this is disappointing. I would not have even bothered to test but WoW simply felt slower, and alas it turns out it was.

If ram does nothing i may be sending back the motherboard to newegg and selling the 1700 on here or craigslist and moving over to a 7700k system. I mean when you upgrade a PC you want it to actually be an upgrade right?

Don't know what your doing & I don't play WOW but all the games I play are getting around same fps if not more as with my i7 6700
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Don't know what your doing & I don't play WOW but all the games I play are getting around same fps if not more as with my i7 6700

Like i said most games are great, and again i didn't expect a great leap in performance with ryzen from my 2500k in an old ass mostly single threaded game. But what i wont accept is a large decrease that i am seeing now. This is the difference between staying at 60 FPS vsync and dropping below, the old sandy system feels much smoother.
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Don't know what your doing & I don't play WOW but all the games I play are getting around same fps if not more as with my i7 6700

Like i said most games are great, and again i didn't expect a great leap in performance with ryzen from my 2500k in an old ass mostly single threaded game. But what i wont accept is a large decrease that i am seeing now. This is the difference between staying at 60 FPS vsync and dropping below, the old sandy system feels much smoother.

Same GPU on both right?

If I still played wow I'd fire it up.. but alas I don't have 5 hours of dedicated day to play. (Game ended up being pointless for casually playing IMO)
Edited by drdrache - 3/28/17 at 4:45pm
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Same GPU on both right?

Both systems are down below, GPU is irrelevant really anyways. The spots where my FPS are tanking its completely CPU bound.
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Both systems are down below, GPU is irrelevant really anyways. The spots where my FPS are tanking its completely CPU bound.

Can you show screenshots with cpu/gpu load/temps/clocks? I play wow and currently on my haswell e cpu @3200 ram. I would be interested in comparing results in areas but we would need something like msi ab with gpu/cpu/fps and locations to test. I currently and leveling a toon but i have a couple 110's i could try however i dont have access to raids atm.

Edit: i am on furyx gpus atm and 4k, but i can do 1080 and 1 gpu. It won't be an apples to apples because AMD vs nvidia but anyways.
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Ya ill try and get some screenshots up, should i just use afterburner for the overlay, that good enough?
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