DPI, CPI, acceleration, polling rate, optical vs. laser, lift-off distance, and more – Here’s a technical guide to gaming mice.
Nvidia and AMD are likely launching Arm-based processors by 2025, and here's what RISC vs. CISC (Intel) truly means.
Gen5 NVMe SSDs can use the higher bandwidth of a PCIe 5.0 motherboard. Who should buy them and what can a gamer expect in terms of improvements?
TL;DR It’s a biased website with some insane methodologies to judge performance. No buying decision should be made from UserBenchmark, especially comparisons between AMD and Intel or AMD and Nvidia should never be trusted.
Can you control all that extra FPS
If your CPU utilization is 80%+ while your GPU utilization is significantly lower, then it’s a standard case of a CPU bottleneck. It’s still a CPU bottleneck even if one core is overworked. Some games rely on the CPU more. Also, some in-game settings need the CPU more than the GPU such as draw distance. Turning these settings lower can help.
The dynamic is fast-shifting from performance, heat, and noise considerations to electricity consumption and even rewiring your homes just to play a game decently on a new GPU. Where will this path lead us?
And suddenly, the RTX 3090 makes a lot more sense.