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Simple Slimy

will i notice a fps difference with this cpu

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Posted · Original PosterOP

so i am going from a i5 3470 to a ryzen 7 2700x and i have not gotten a new gpu yet i have a 1060 3g and i was wondering if i would see a increase in performance at all 

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Yes you will.


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2 minutes ago, Simple Slimy said:

do you think the 3470 is bottlenecking my 1060

 

I do not like the term bottleneck!

But yes


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1 minute ago, Simple Slimy said:

do you think the 3470 is bottlenecking my 1060

 

Fire up a hardware monitor software while gaming to see whether CPU usage or GPU usage is maxed out.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, rickymohk said:

Fire up a hardware monitor software while gaming to see whether CPU usage or GPU usage is maxed out.

my cpu spikes to 100 while loading minecraft 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Arika S said:

loading doesn't matter. what about while it's running during normal gameplay?

bunch of lag spikes and my gpu is no where maxed so i would assume it would be a cpu issue 

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10 minutes ago, Simple Slimy said:

my cpu spikes to 100 while loading minecraft 

While loading or playing it? stock minecraft just busy-waits IIRC, so it will use 100% of the CPU even to do nothing.

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if your cpu has one core at 98-100% load and your gpu is at <70% load then you'r cpu is "bottlenecking" you a little, i have the same problem on my 2700x with 100% load and only 40% on my 2080


Anything i've written between the * and * is not meant to be taken seriously.

keep in mind that helping with problems is hard if you aren't specific and detailed.

 

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7 minutes ago, Simple Slimy said:

do you think the 3470 is bottlenecking my 1060

 

It depends on the game, if you like games like Civ 6, or Cities Skylines, or like older games such as CS:GO you will notice a difference, otherwise in most modern GPU reliant games, such as Destiny 2, the latest COD, Overwatch, Fortnite, and etc. you will only have minor improvements in the neighborhood of 3-5 fps at best.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Kisai said:

While loading or playing it? stock minecraft just busy-waits IIRC, so it will use 100% of the CPU to do nothing.

loading 100- playing it 70 90

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19 minutes ago, Constantin said:

I do not like the term bottleneck!

But yes

Bottleneck is the best term we have for it but we should really be thinking in terms of “experience”.

 

Bottlnecks are purely about hardware, if you have a huge bottleneck but get the experience you want then it’s not a massive issue. Maybe you overspent on a component but it might still offer an experience benefit.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 minutes ago, NineEyeRon said:

Bottleneck is the best term we have for it but we should really be thinking in terms of “experience”.

 

Bottlnecks are purely about hardware, if you have a huge bottleneck but get the experience you want then it’s not a massive issue. Maybe you overspent on a component but it might still offer an experience benefit.

but is it bottlenecking?

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Yes.

On 8thread aware games you will bottleneck.

 

How much depends on the game in question.

 

AC Unity will 100% an Intel 3rd Gen Quad-core CPU, AC Syndicate fares a little better but Quadcore usages are 80-100%

 

Many games will do this to a Quad-core on a FASTER GPU pushing higher frames and a higher CPU usage.

 

I7 will cure MOST of it, but those 8 thread aware titles still use 65-100% of a Hyperthreaded Quad-core too...

Again, depends on the game.

BFV ruins 4c8T CPUs to 80-100% more often than not...


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