Also benchmarks are usually the best of the best benchmarks and I would think nothing about being a little lower. 10-20FPS lower is not unheard of and could easily be a video driver version change or something else like an out of date BIOS (BIOS can set bus speeds to/from CPU and GPU.)
Okay, I have built up quite a good system when you hear the specs, but when it comes to performance its a little disappointing.
I have a gtx 1070 Ryzen 5 2600 and 16GB DDR4. Now the problem is one of my sticks of Ram is Corsair Vengeance 2400mhz, sounds fine, right? The problem is, the other stick is the cheapest stick of DDR4 on the market that I got from my friend. GEIL something 2133, when I try to overclock this stick to 2400mhz it just crashes, and I get stutters in many games and about 10-20fps lower than I should be getting based off of benchmark videos. Should I buy a new stick or would it be something else?