[SOLVED] Would dual channel RAM help with high CPU Utilizations on games? Ryzen 3 2200G

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Recently bought GTX 1650 GDDR6 to pair up with my Ryzen 3 2200G and 1x8GB DDR4-2666MHz setup. However I consistently see stutters on almost all games, worse it was perfectly fine when I was playing games using Ryzen's Vega 8 APU (albeit on lower settings). My GPU utilizations according to NVIDIA Performance Monitor hovers around 60-80% while CPU always at 95-100%. Rainbow Six Siege is the worst offender for me. Perfectly fine for first 30-80 minutes then tons of stutters or straight up crashes.
Heard somewhere Dual channel RAM's would help Ryzen CPU's a lot, but would it really help with stutters and high CPU Usage? Also could it be my hard disk too? It's a WD Blue 500GB/5400RPM hard drive where I store my games only.

Any suggestions/helps is much appreciated!
 
Part of your problem is the western digital blue running at a slow speed of 5400rpm: WD Blue 500GB/5400RPM hard drive
I highly xuggest you pay more for a 1 or 2tb western digital blue/black hard drive at 7200 rpm.
https://www.amazon.com/Black-Performance-Desktop-Hard-Drive/dp/B00FJRS628/ref=sr_1_2_mod_primary_new?crid=QG0Z3A0G9C6C&keywords=western+digital+black+2tb&qid=1665911598&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIzLjA4IiwicXNhIjoiMS44NCIsInFzcCI6IjEuNTMifQ==&sbo=RZvfv//HxDF+O5021pAnSA==&sprefix=western+digital+black+2tb,aps,93&sr=8-2&ufe=app_do:amzn1.fos.006c50ae-5d4c-4777-9bc0-4513d670b6bc
It will make the whole windows os perform much better, with loading up games and running other apps in the background.

The other main part of your problem is your new nvidia gtx 1650 maybe bottle necking your cpu.
If you don't believe me, carefully read this link for yourself and see how other people have had issues with it.
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I would recommend you go for this cpu, if your current mobo bios will allow it:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/amd-ryzen-5-5600g-6-core-12-thread-4-4-ghz-max-boost-unlocked-desktop-processor/6474407.p?skuId=6474407&ref=NS&loc=101
 
Recently bought GTX 1650 GDDR6 to pair up with my Ryzen 3 2200G and 1x8GB DDR4-2666MHz setup. However I consistently see stutters on almost all games, worse it was perfectly fine when I was playing games using Ryzen's Vega 8 APU (albeit on lower settings). My GPU utilizations according to NVIDIA Performance Monitor hovers around 60-80% while CPU always at 95-100%. Rainbow Six Siege is the worst offender for me. Perfectly fine for first 30-80 minutes then tons of stutters or straight up crashes.
Heard somewhere Dual channel RAM's would help Ryzen CPU's a lot, but would it really help with stutters and high CPU Usage? Also could it be my hard disk too? It's a WD Blue 500GB/5400RPM hard drive where I store my games only.

Any suggestions/helps is much appreciated!
Well, dual channel always helps but your problem is more likely to be amount of RAM, Games installed on slow HDD don't help either as games often reed and write on disk a lot specially if you are short on RAM and that puts more burden on CPU and whole system.
 
Part of your problem is the western digital blue running at a slow speed of 5400rpm: WD Blue 500GB/5400RPM hard drive
I highly xuggest you pay more for a 1 or 2tb western digital blue/black hard drive at 7200 rpm.
https://www.amazon.com/Black-Performance-Desktop-Hard-Drive/dp/B00FJRS628/ref=sr_1_2_mod_primary_new?crid=QG0Z3A0G9C6C&keywords=western+digital+black+2tb&qid=1665911598&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIzLjA4IiwicXNhIjoiMS44NCIsInFzcCI6IjEuNTMifQ==&sbo=RZvfv//HxDF+O5021pAnSA==&sprefix=western+digital+black+2tb,aps,93&sr=8-2&ufe=app_do:amzn1.fos.006c50ae-5d4c-4777-9bc0-4513d670b6bc
It will make the whole windows os perform much better, with loading up games and running other apps in the background.

The other main part of your problem is your new nvidia gtx 1650 maybe bottle necking your cpu.
If you don't believe me, carefully read this link for yourself and see how other people have had issues with it.
.

I would recommend you go for this cpu, if your current mobo bios will allow it:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/amd-ryzen-5-5600g-6-core-12-thread-4-4-ghz-max-boost-unlocked-desktop-processor/6474407.p?skuId=6474407&ref=NS&loc=101
 

tamim2ddc

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Part of your problem is the western digital blue running at a slow speed of 5400rpm: WD Blue 500GB/5400RPM hard drive
I highly xuggest you pay more for a 1 or 2tb western digital blue/black hard drive at 7200 rpm.
https://www.amazon.com/Black-Performance-Desktop-Hard-Drive/dp/B00FJRS628/ref=sr_1_2_mod_primary_new?crid=QG0Z3A0G9C6C&keywords=western+digital+black+2tb&qid=1665911598&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIzLjA4IiwicXNhIjoiMS44NCIsInFzcCI6IjEuNTMifQ==&sbo=RZvfv//HxDF+O5021pAnSA==&sprefix=western+digital+black+2tb,aps,93&sr=8-2&ufe=app_do:amzn1.fos.006c50ae-5d4c-4777-9bc0-4513d670b6bc
It will make the whole windows os perform much better, with loading up games and running other apps in the background.

The other main part of your problem is your new nvidia gtx 1650 maybe bottle necking your cpu.
If you don't believe me, carefully read this link for yourself and see how other people have had issues with it.
.

I would recommend you go for this cpu, if your current mobo bios will allow it:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/amd-ryzen-5-5600g-6-core-12-thread-4-4-ghz-max-boost-unlocked-desktop-processor/6474407.p?skuId=6474407&ref=NS&loc=101
CPU Bottleneck might be the case then.... It always hovers at 95%-100% regardless of what games I play while GPU barely at load. Another expensive upgrade it is lol!
 

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