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Hello, I have a question about multithreading. As you can see in the image, if this feature is enabled, the game still continues to use one stream at 100%, is it supposed to be?

 

Specs:

i5-8600k (4.6GHz)

rx 6600xt

16gb ram (3200)

Ubuntu 20.04.03 LTS (Have better fps then windows 11,  28fps vs 45fps on 250% zoom)

 

no mods - same results.

 

 

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Снимок экрана от 2021-11-12 23-54-33.png

Снимок экрана от 2021-11-12 23-55-45.png

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5 minutes ago, Beard said:

Yes this is normal, because not everything can be multithreaded and can only run on a single thread, which is why one will always be more used than the others.

Thanks for the answer, another question, can I count on more fps at a zoom of 250% when I update the processor, let's say up to 12700k?)

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Hard to say, it is unlikely that would be the case since you are playing on a 1440p resolution, now you are basically scaling that up to 250% and the game will definitely drop a lot of frames and struggle playing on maximum zoom at that resolution, since its not meant to be played on such massive zoom for extended periods. Usually 200% zoom should run fine though.

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On 11/13/2021 at 11:48 AM, Beard said:

Hard to say, it is unlikely that would be the case since you are playing on a 1440p resolution, now you are basically scaling that up to 250% and the game will definitely drop a lot of frames and struggle playing on maximum zoom at that resolution, since its not meant to be played on such massive zoom for extended periods. Usually 200% zoom should run fine though.

I just thought that since the game uses one core at 100%, then a processor with better performance in a single thread will give better results

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It might, but I cannot say whether the performance increase would be huge or if it would be an extra 2 FPS really as it is hard to know if the processor is the main bottleneck in this case, and how much of a bottleneck it would be.

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