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The CPU has to process game logic, boundary and collisions, AI decisions, animation for every object on screen, and sound. The GPU has to calculate geometry, texturing, lighting, shading and everything else going into the image for every pixel.
The game is afoot, which one finishes first? Depends on the game and your graphics settings.
Turn the graphics settings down and notice your frame rates improve. Until they don't. Turning down resolution, v texturing, lighting, etc reduce how much work the GPU has to do, and when you find the point where further reduction doesn't increase your frame rates, that's where your CPU is no longer able to do its bit any faster.
A game where your CPU is taxed at 100% usage, you are bottlenecked by the CPU and no matter what you do with the graphics — even getting a better GPU — you won't get a better frame rate unless you improve your CPU. So when you're CPU bottlenecked, you might as well turn the graphics up because they're not what's slowing you down.
The way most people play games, though, the GPU is the bottleneck. The CPU has plenty of room to go faster but the GPU is pinned at 100%.
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The more powerful your CPU and GPU, the more frames they are able to generate per second. ... The refresh rate (Hz) of your monitor does not affect the frame rate (FPS) your GPU will be outputting.
GPU can largely affect overall performance of your gaming and streaming experience
Saturday, August 8, 2020