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What is currently bottlenecking?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys,

according to the recommendation of linus at the end of this video I wanted to give it a try.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dt5CNi0aEpI

 

Currently I have issues running the game Call of Duty Modernwarfare, especially in Warzone. I had multiple problems running this game at first, due to a longer gaming break. My problems kinda stacked up due to that break and now I have cleared most of the issues. First I had issues of packet loss and heavy ingame stutter(freeze), sometimes even lasting multiple seconds. I have been speeking to my provider approx. 30 times to fix the packet loss. For the stutterings I have upgraded my ram from 8gb to 16gb 3200 cl16. Those problems have been fixed now, I guess..

Still I am facing some ingame lags.

My specs:

Asus GTX 1060 6gb

i5 8400

ssd(widnwos) + hdd

16gb RAM 3200 cl16

AOC Gaming monitor 144Hz Gsync

 

Screening a few programs on my second monitor while gaming tells me the following:

Pingplotter to speedtest.net shows everything green( I have opened a thread in a german forum according packet loss and people were saying "now its fine")

MSI Afterburner tells me that CPU is surprisingly not at 100%. More around 50-60%. GPU is at 99%, kinda surprised. both below 65 degrees celsius.

Task Manager telling me that CPU is at 100%.

 

Who Can you trust? Task or MSI?

 

I have no problems regarding fps. The fps are always 60+. Which is also strange to me. Does it have to do with frametimes or something like that? Or is it still the internet? I have been calling my provider that often that I have reached their last level on their escalation level. Telling them once more that there is internet problems will cause in a repair in larger and more expensive way for them, unless the problem is at my side.. then I have to come up for all the costs. Thats what I want to clarify to make sure there is no problems on my side anymore.

Again, regarding to the laggs. I have no fps drop downs when those lags appear. I experience this kind of lags the first time. I suspect my CPU to be bottlenecking because sometimes my audio stutters while ingame. What do you guys think?

 

thanks in advance.

 

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3 minutes ago, GreyGoose said:

30 times to fix the packet loss

its server side, thousands of players are having this, including myself

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Srijan Verma said:

its server side, thousands of players are having this, including myself

 

I mean, the work of my provider has done a lot. But my friends dont have any problems. We have the same provider.

Do you have a video of what kind of lags you are speaking of?

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Just now, GreyGoose said:

I mean, the work of my provider has done a lot. But my friends dont have any problems. We have the same provider.

Do you have a video of what kind of lags you are speaking of?

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjRoIm3tMfoAhUryzgGHf85AGEQtwIINzAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D8-LA0vNc1rc&usg=AOvVaw20UTavbB-BJo16J_MsEa9q

these kind


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1 minute ago, GreyGoose said:

I mean, the work of my provider has done a lot. But my friends dont have any problems. We have the same provider.

Do you have a video of what kind of lags you are speaking of?

also this :

 


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3 minutes ago, GreyGoose said:

I mean, the work of my provider has done a lot. But my friends dont have any problems. We have the same provider.

Do you have a video of what kind of lags you are speaking of?

Maybe your friends have problems but they don't see them.

Maybe they have better routers.

Maybe they lowering settings a little.

Or maybe they don't want to admit that they have problems.

 

For sure if internet is your problem, first you should try is to ask yourself - is your router cheap or free one from ISP or it's good router that can handle many connections etc. There is a reason why better routers costs more money. You don't get good expansive hardware for free from ISP.

 

Testing internet speed by downloading single file is not a good test for router. Even cheap and crappy one can do that. Multiple connections are the problem. Run some torrent (legal one, you can for example download Ubuntu using torrent protocol) and check what happens when you download from 200 sources at the same time.

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1 minute ago, GreyGoose said:

My packet loss constastly shows 0%. So this is not the issue I am speaking of.

well, its hard to understand your problem then, could you be more elaborate?


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WarZone is just buggy in general. My experience has been fine with it, but my friend literally has the same PC I do and he always has issues with just this game. Do you have all the latest drivers and updates?


GAMING RIG:

CPU: 6700k @ 4.7GHz

MOBO: Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7

RAM: Corsair Vengeance 32GB Red LEDs

GPU: Zotac RTX 2080 Super (Mild OC - Still Testing)

STORAGE: 3 SSDs / 2 HDDs

 

 

Spoiler

 

R.I.P

GTX 970 SSC @ 1532 MHz  She finally died on me :(

 

 

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Wife's Rig:

CPU: i7 4770

MOBO: Gigabyte Z97 HD3

RAM: 16GB G.Skill ARES @ 1866MHz

GPU: Gigabyte RX580 8GB

PSU: 750w Rosewill Hive

SSD: 128GB Adata Drive

HDD: 1TB Caviar WD Blue

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
12 minutes ago, homeap5 said:

Maybe your friends have problems but they don't see them.

Maybe they have better routers.

Maybe they lowering settings a little.

Or maybe they don't want to admit that they have problems.

 

For sure if internet is your problem, first you should try is to ask yourself - is your router cheap or free one from ISP or it's good router that can handle many connections etc. There is a reason why better routers costs more money. You don't get good expansive hardware for free from ISP.

 

Testing internet speed by downloading single file is not a good test for router. Even cheap and crappy one can do that. Multiple connections are the problem. Run some torrent (legal one, you can for example download Ubuntu using torrent protocol) and check what happens when you download from 200 sources at the same time.

Be assured that a friend is more sensitive than me when it belongs to lags, screentearing etc. Same provier, same free routers of ISP. Lowering the settings wont affect the fps. Also making them higher doesnt make any difference.

I will try loading some torrents.

 

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