The performance of linear precoding schemes in downlink Massive MIMO systems is dealt with in this paper. Linear precoding schemes are incorporated with zero forcing (ZF) and maximum ratio transmission (MRT), truncated polynomial expansion (TPE), regularized zero force (RZF) in Downlink massive MIMO systems. Massive MIMO downlink output is evaluated with linear precoding included. This paper expresses the performance of achievable sum rate linear precoding with variable signal-to-noise (SNR) ratio and achievable sum rate and several transmitter-receiver antennas, such as imperfect CSI, less complex processing and inter-user interference. The transmitter has complete state information on the channel. The information narrate how a signal propagates to the receiver from the transmitter and reflects, for example, the cumulative effect of distance scattering, fading, and power decay. They show that the performance analysis of two linear precoding techniques,i.e.Maximum Ratio Transmission (MRT) and Zero Forcing (ZF) for downlink mMIMO output network over a perfect chain. The results show the improved ZF precoding achievable sum rate compared to the MRT precoding schemes and also compared the average achievable rate RZF and TPE.