Question Will my Ryzen 5 2600x and 1650 Super bottleneck?

Mar 5, 2020
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Hey, so i've been getting 30% usage on my CPU and my GPU, a MSI 1650 Super is at 100%, i often get a lot of stuttering in heavy games like theHunter, is it bottlenecking and if so how can i fix it? Or should i upgrade to a better GPU?


Specs: Ryzen 5 2600X, GTX 1650S, 2x8 2400MHz.
 
There is no such thing as "bottlenecking"
If, by that, you mean that upgrading a cpu or graphics card can
somehow lower your performance or FPS.
A better term might be limiting factor.
That is where adding more cpu or gpu becomes increasingly
less effective.

There is always a limiting factor.
Try this experiment:
Run YOUR games, but lower your resolution and eye candy.
This makes the graphics card loaf a bit.
If your FPS increases, it indicates that your cpu is strong enough to drive a better graphics configuration.
If your FPS stays the same, you are likely more cpu limited.

From what I can see, the most common cause of stuttering is a lack of cpu speed.

Be careful how you interpret task manager cpu utilizations.
Windows will spread the activity of a single thread over all available threads.
So, if you had a game that was single threaded and cpu bound, it would show up on a quad core processor as 25%
utilization across all 4 threads.
leading you to think your bottleneck was elsewhere.
It turns our that few games can USEFULLY use more than 4-6 threads.
How can you tell how well threaded your games or apps are?
One way is to disable one thread and see how you do.

You can do this in the windows msconfig boot advanced options option.
You will need to reboot for the change to take effect. Set the number of processors to less than you have.
This will tell you how sensitive your games are to the benefits of many threads.
If you see little difference, it tells you that you will not benefit from more cores.
Likely, a better clock rate will be more important.
 

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