I bought a ROG Strix SCAR 15 G533QS 2.5 weeks ago. I have a big problem with CPU performance. Especially in games like Watch Dogs Legion and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. When I compared the result from the Tomb Raider benchmark with the one made on the same laptop model, I had about 20fps less in the Ultra settings. And when I compared the result from the Watch Dogs benchmark with my result, I had an average fps worse by 21 at the same quality settings. And the laptop with the better results had the same processor but the RTX 3070. I compared it with the results at the beginning of this video.
In both of these games, on my laptop, the processor reaches 85-95% and the GPU around 50-60%. And on the laptop from the movie, the opposite is true and the FPS is much higher despite the worse GPU. Screenshot taken during the internal benchmark in Watch Dogs. https://i.imgur.com/cX1Trtl.jpg Screenshot taken after the internal benchmark in Watch Dogs is complete. https://i.imgur.com/OJRGlng.png
I have already tried to change all possible settings in windows in the "Processor power management" section related to CPU performance and it did not work. I wonder if the CPU might be faulty and still running stably, possibly something else.
Your memory is in single channel mode, where dual channel is standard. If you only have one memory stick then it always is single channel.
ZenTimings is a free small utility that shows lots of info about memory on Ryzen systems, at the bottom you see how many RAM sticks there are installed - And yes, memory bandwidth is very important for gaming/fps.
The situation has been resolved! I confirm 100% that the problem was one RAM chip, which is why the memory worked in Single Channel. Today I put two 16GB memory chips in my laptop and everything started working fine on Dual Channel. The gaming performance is also decent.