The boost clock speed is the manufacturer-recommended upper limit to which the GPU or CPU can automatically overclock when needed.
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.
Benchmarking your CPU and video card are both critical to avoid damage in future and stay in the knowhow of your hardware’s performance. Here’s how, using games.
Today, we will talk about AMD processors compatible with Windows 11. These include Ryzen (Zen+) CPUs from the second generation and above. Microsoft also offers a complete AMD list, including Athlon, EPYC, Ryzen, and Ryzen Threadripper processors
From the i3 7100 to the Ryzen 5 1600 – we are going to talk about a handful of amazing CPUs that compliment the performance of the GTX 1050 Ti card.
A lowdown on AMD vs. Intel in terms of CPU power, price, and performance for PC gamers. Make an informed decision next time.
There are three important considerations when you go for a gaming machine: GPU, CPU, and RAM. What does a game truly need? More often than not, the answer is the GPU. But it differs from game to game.