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Is Rust Cpu Or Gpu Intensive

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James Lee
• Thursday, 26 November, 2020
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3: is there a ratio of CPU longevity decrease based on the OC amount? You can monitor CPU and GPU load while playing your games to determine that.

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In some games, like Battlefield 3 and 4 multiplayer, and overclock makes a massive difference the more people on the map that the CPU needs to track. OR you could strive to understand what and CPU loading works by trying different things.3.

You can monitor CPU and GPU load while playing your games to determine that. As long as you're not overshooting your CPU and are keeping it adequately cooled, the lifespan should be about the same as if it was stock speeds.

As long as you're not overshooting your CPU and are keeping it adequately cooled, the lifespan should be about the same as if it was stock speeds. If its multi thread capable but not optimized, then 2 cores will be at 60% for example, that could still be a bottleneck.

In the settings for that we were able to do minor boosts and then test it out with speed fan and Cupid. Sometimes when we pushed it up too much, we lost the ram at 2133 (which I'm running) and it dropped it down to 1866.

The only game i, currently, play that is multiplayer intensive is FF14, which temps on the CPU held at 40-50c and the GPU would stay around 55-60c under the heavy loads/lag etc. As long as you're not overshooting your CPU and are keeping it adequately cooled, the lifespan should be about the same as if it was stock speeds.

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If its multi thread capable but not optimized, then 2 cores will be at 60% for example, that could still be a bottleneck. In ALL games and task you play and use? Then there is no point in overclocking more.

In ALL games and task you play and use? Then there is no point in overclocking more. Well I'll do a complete viewing of the CPU usage when I'm at home later today and make sure.

Honestly, I just like to tinker and tweak and maximize as much performance gain as I can while maintaining longevity. If there really is a significant boost in performance by me going up to 4.5ghz (which I read on other forums, Dog) then I would like to try it.

But if the noise becomes too much and the heat output too high and it will burn out faster, then I'll pass. In ALL games and task you play and use? Then there is no point in overclocking more.

Well I'll do a complete viewing of the CPU usage when I'm at home later today and make sure. Honestly, I just like to tinker and tweak and maximize as much performance gain as I can while maintaining longevity.

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If there really is a significant boost in performance by me going up to 4.5ghz (which I read on other forums, Dog) then I would like to try it. But if the noise becomes too much and the heat output too high and it will burn out faster, then I'll pass.

Well I can give you a good idea the more info you provide of how much longevity you can lose relatively. But it's all a rough estimate, overclocking is different between every single CPU sample, even if they are the same exact model and batch.

As long as you're not overshooting your CPU and are keeping it adequately cooled, the lifespan should be about the same as if it was stock speeds. If its multi thread capable but not optimized, then 2 cores will be at 60% for example, that could still be a bottleneck.

As long as one or more cores isn't at 100% you have performance left on the table and it's not a bottleneck. As long as you're not overshooting your CPU and are keeping it adequately cooled, the lifespan should be about the same as if it was stock speeds.

If its multi thread capable but not optimized, then 2 cores will be at 60% for example, that could still be a bottleneck. As long as one or more cores isn't at 100% you have performance left on the table and it's not a bottleneck.

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As a test you can use a CPU that has limited shared / L2 or L3 cache. The cache does not feed fast enough so the CPU clock is never loaded high enough, but due to the caching shortage, the CPU is STILL a bottleneck.

I did explain my reasoning -- if there's performance left on the table, it's not bottle necking. Can you provide some examples of L2 and L3 cache bottle necking games when the CPU cores aren't loaded at 100%? MMM difficult to provide examples since google isn't helping me much here....

Although the hyper threading did help, the cache bottle necked hard and just could not feed it fast enough to saturate both threads. Keep in mind I was just refuting the fact that cores will ALWAYS be at 100% when bottle necking.

The OP is not the only one that will be reading this thread to figure out if their CPU can keep up. Try running Skyrim on high settings with a L3 lacking APU.

Well I can give you a good idea the more info you provide of how much longevity you can lose relatively. But it's all a rough estimate, overclocking is different between every single CPU sample, even if they are the same exact model and batch.

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I know shadows tend to be CPU bound, so turn those down. Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return. Basically saying to the video card, draw a triangle here. He who stumbles around in darkness with a stick is blind.

Yeah, that was before the introduction of Hardware Transform and Lighting with the original GeForce in 1999. Asus P8Z68-V LE | Core i7 2600K | 8 GB G. Skill Ripsaws DDR3 | Gigabyte GeForce GTX 660 Wind force OCPS3 | PS2 | PSP| Wii | 3DS | DS | X-Box 360 | X-Box | NES.

Shadows, draw distance, physics (especially Phys if you have an AMD card) are the big ones. Some games have an option to set how many units are on screen as well, like GTA4's traffic density. Every time I try to go where I really want to be it's already where I am, 'because I'm already thereby, PSN, Steam, Origin, BSN, FAQs, MC: PhilOnDez.

Boards PC Game settings for weak CPU and strong GPU Modern games include a slew of graphics settings to choose from, in order to get the best performance for your hardware.

You’ve got the traditional SAA, SSA, FAA, and the newer shader-based SAA and temporal techniques (TAA) that have become the norm. In short, it gives the image a cleaner look by removing the rough or jagged edges around objects.

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Flashier’s an example of how FAA (fast approximate anti-aliasing) improves the image quality by reducing the jaggies. No AASMAAThe differences are subtle but exist across the entire image.

There are two main types of anti-aliasing techniques: Traditional Upscaling: These mainly include SAA (Multi-Sampling AA) and SSA (Super Sampling AA) which were popular last-gen and for good reason. They produce the best image quality (broadly speaking) but the performance hit is severe.

SAA or multi-sampling uses edge-detection algorithms to detect aliasing (based on contrast differences) and then renders only those parts at a higher resolution. In most cases, SSA and SAA miss transparent textures as most edge detection filters fail to recognize them.

They work by applying a slight blur to the edges, making the image smoother but at the same time reducing the sharpness. FAA is a good example of how shader based AA gets rid of aliasing but reduces the level of detail by applying a blur filter.

Newer methods such as SAA greatly reduce the blur intensity while also eating up most of the jaggies. However, it suffers from the same drawback as SAA: It doesn’t work with transparent textures.

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Temporal aliasing is caused when the frame rate is too low compared to the transition speed of the objects in the scene. No AAAAA works by comparing neighboring frames (temporally) and blending them to create a cleaner image in motion.

The present frame is rendered along with the geometry and shading, after which it is reprojected on the previous image using the jitter offsets and motion vectors. TAA (right)As TAA is essentially an approximation of sorts: That is it uses two images to extrapolate the final image, it also causes a good deal of blurring, losing some texture detail in the process.

The core difference is that unlike TAA, alternating pixels are rendered in consecutive frames, and filling the gaps using interpolation and samples from the neighboring pixels. TAAFXAAThe main advantages of TAA over FAA are more pronounced in motion.

TAA works to smoothen these artifacts while FAA simply applies a “Vaseline filer” which although effective, produces curvy lines that jump around when there’s a transition in the scene. The latter refers to the ambient shadows that exist in crevices, edges, and on surfaces hidden from the sun.

SSA and HBO are rough hacks that calculate (using an integral) where the light will penetrate and which areas will be shadowed. Computer Engineering dropout (3 years), writer, journalist, and amateur poet.

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