Question Just bought a new CPU, motherboard and RAMs

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Daniel Youssef

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Well after a huge research it turns out dual channel and single channel is not the problem, never could be in that huge difference in FPS, it could perhaps increase or decrease my fps by like maximum 10 frames but I was looking up CPU bottlenecks and GPU bottlenecking and it says that if like my CPU is being utilized more than my GPU then it's CPU bound and also my CPU is the bottleneck?


i tried playing rainbow six siege again now and tried all different resolutions too and they all give me the exact same FPS 40-50 which is ridiculous, I monitored both my GPU and CPU usage and my CPU goes from 80% to sometimes 100% while my GPU is only 56% of usage, shouldn't that mean that my CPU is bottlenecking somehow? or what?
 

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