I have done that already found some problems in assassins creed odessy, nfs heat. In assassins creed odessy gameplay was normal but in benchmark it was using 100% cpu and gpu going down to 70%. But in nfs heat gpu usage is 95-99% with 68-84fps but having sudden lag or hiccup which i don't find in any games. I don't do overclocking my processor, should i do that for better performance.? Or how much it should solve my problem does anyone know?Test in game, and find out. No one's going to know better than you.
Behavior won't be identical across all your games, that's why you gather multiple samples.
Monitor cpu usage(each core/thread).
Monitor ram usage.
Monitor gpu usage.
Not that I know anything, but perhaps the night scene is more graphically demanding somehow? IDK.NFS heat may be the engine.I found a similar problem with night races.It runs 100fps then drop downh to 58fps and cause some lag.It's not constant but it does happen.
thats is not bottleneck, now assuming whatever processor you have right now doesn't bottleneck, then if you upgraded it to a new gen, you wouldn't get yet more frames, how come? everything on a PC bottlenecks, in fact, we need a GPU because every CPU bottlenecks, else we'd get unlimited frames and would not need a GPU and the CPU could do it's job.You are certainly wrong, i ran a gtx 1070 before rtx 2080 super and i found 4xxx series inter processor is bottlenecking my GPU so i have to change my processor and found 15-20 fps more on average.
even less as higher resolutions are more GPU bound than CPU, assuming a 3770k meets min requirements to run games, you can pair it with a 2080 TI XXX JOHN CENA EDITION and it would still not bottleneck, its not an harmonious pair, sure, but will stil get 60 fps on heavy games, so its fine, ofc a 9900k will get more FPS, simply because its better, bottlenecking is implying a problem, and one CPU being slower than others is not.In 1080p probably but in 2k?
Hi, the main thing from all I been reading here as that OP is looking at AVG FPS, which is not bad, but it does not tell the whole story. A more important number is the 1% low and .1% low FPS. In simple terms, those two represent how smooth your game play is, and how often will you face those hicups/stuttering/frame drops. The good thing about the i7 6700K is that it has HT enable so that brings extra 4 logical threads into the "performance" equation of the 4 physical cores the cpu have.I'm running 6700k with 2080super gaming oc for gaming in 2k monitor 144hz. Does my Processor bottle neck my GPU in games which usages extensive processor?
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