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ryzen 5 1600 

8gb 2666 mhz ddr4 ram

and new gpu 6650xt

I had 1060 3gb before and i see little to nothing changed on fps, i tested on pubg and my average fps was 93 with 6650xt and pretty much same on the 1060 3gb.

my cpu usage was like 50-60 % and gpu was like 70%.

is my cpu broken or what?

And same thing on bf1.

 

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2 minutes ago, Vinskiukko said:

my cpu usage was like 50-60 %

What's the per core usage?

2 minutes ago, Vinskiukko said:

8gb 2666 mhz ddr4 ram

1 stick of ram, or two?

I'm not actually trying to be as grumpy as it seems.

I will find your mentions of Ikea or Gnome and I will /s post. 

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Why is the 5800x so hot?

 

 

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2 stick of ram and dont know what was the per core usage im using amds own software and idk if i can see that there

 

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Just now, Vinskiukko said:

2 stick of ram and dont know what was the per core usage im using amds own software and idk if i can see that there

 

Task manager> More Details>Performance>CPU> Right click graph and "change graph to logical processors"

I bet you're getting limited by the CPU.

I'm not actually trying to be as grumpy as it seems.

I will find your mentions of Ikea or Gnome and I will /s post. 

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Why is the 5800x so hot?

 

 

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1 minute ago, IkeaGnome said:

Task manager> More Details>Performance>CPU> Right click graph and "change graph to logical processors"

I bet you're getting limited by the CPU.

yup im also pretty sure you have a cpu bottleneck

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2 minutes ago, IkeaGnome said:

Task manager> More Details>Performance>CPU> Right click graph and "change graph to logical processors"

I bet you're getting limited by the CPU.

should i overclock my cpu?

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Just now, Vinskiukko said:

should i overclock my cpu?

You can give it a go. What was the per core usage? About the only other thing I'd expect to see from no change would be your games being on a 3.5 HDD instead of a 2.5 SSD, but I'd think there would have at least been a bit of a change.

I'm not actually trying to be as grumpy as it seems.

I will find your mentions of Ikea or Gnome and I will /s post. 

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Why is the 5800x so hot?

 

 

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1 minute ago, IkeaGnome said:

You can give it a go. What was the per core usage? About the only other thing I'd expect to see from no change would be your games being on a 3.5 HDD instead of a 2.5 SSD, but I'd think there would have at least been a bit of a change.

its on ssd

 

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Just now, Vinskiukko said:

should i overclock my cpu?

no this wont make a big difference.

a new cpu is the only option.

good news is you can just throw in a new ryzen 5000 processor in your current motherboard! (after bios update)

but you would probably also need a new ram kit of at least 3200 speed, for a 16gb kit, this is about 50 bucks.

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Another weird thing was when i booted up pubg my gpu usage popped to 100% and stayed there i had to limit my lobby fps to 60 for it to calm down

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2 minutes ago, Vinskiukko said:

Another weird thing was when i booted up pubg my gpu usage popped to 100% and stayed there i had to limit my lobby fps to 60 for it to calm down

thats a good thing, you want the highest possible gpu usage

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4 minutes ago, CaptainKieseI said:

did you install the newest AMD driver and uninstall the NVIDIA driver?

no i didnt uninstall nvidia drivers 

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28 minutes ago, Vinskiukko said:

Specs

ryzen 5 1600 

8gb 2666 mhz ddr4 ram

and new gpu 6650xt

I had 1060 3gb before and i see little to nothing changed on fps, i tested on pubg and my average fps was 93 with 6650xt and pretty much same on the 1060 3gb.

my cpu usage was like 50-60 % and gpu was like 70%.

is my cpu broken or what?

And same thing on bf1.

 

First, the Ryzen 5 1600 isn't a good CPU for PUBG. I know, I had the 1600x, the 3600 and now the 5900X.

Second, 8GB of DDR4 is roughly 60% of what PUBG needs. On 16GB RAM configurations I've seen PUBG use ~12-13GB and on 32GB there were instances of 15+.

Third, the 6650XT uses 8 PCI-E lanes and since a Ryzen 5 system runs only PCI-E 3.0 that means running PCI-E3 x8 which does limit the 6650XT a tiny bit.

Also, worth mentioning, PUBG runs a bit better on nVidia, for example the 5700XT that I have (sits between the 6600 and 6600XT) compares to the GTX 1080 in PUBG while in mostly everything else it outperforms the 1080Ti.

I also played BF1 before I switched to CoD:MW2019 and PUBG. 

 

What you need is more RAM. That's the cheapest upgrade.

Then, you'd need a better CPU. A 5600 would do great.

And you need a 1440p monitor.

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2 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

First, the Ryzen 5 1600 isn't a good CPU for PUBG. I know, I had the 1600x, the 3600 and now the 5900X.

Second, 8GB of DDR4 is roughly 60% of what PUBG needs. On 16GB RAM configurations I've seen PUBG use ~12-13GB and on 32GB there were instances of 15+.

Third, the 6650XT uses 8 PCI-E lanes and since a Ryzen 5 system runs only PCI-E 3.0 that means running PCI-E3 x8 which does limit the 6650XT a tiny bit.

Also, worth mentioning, PUBG runs a bit better on nVidia, for example the 5700XT that I have (sits between the 6600 and 6600XT) compares to the GTX 1080 in PUBG while in mostly everything else it outperforms the 1080Ti.

I also played BF1 before I switched to CoD:MW2019 and PUBG. 

 

What you need is more RAM. That's the cheapest upgrade.

Then, you'd need a better CPU. A 5600 would do great.

And you need a 1440p monitor.

Thanks man,

well explained

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