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    How to Optimize CPU for Gaming?

    by oliverflintt ·

    I am using my old system for gaming. At that time I have P4 Processor but now I upgrade it to an i5 with 11th Gen, also I used an SSD of 256 GB for optimization but still my game lacks sometimes and I don’t have any option to solve this problem.

    comment your suggestions, please

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      Re: optimise CPU

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to How to Optimize CPU for Gaming?

      You can’t update a CPU nor RAM, motherboard or SSD. You choose the right ones.
      You don’t mention the graphic card you have. That’s important also.

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      So your new PC has this i5?

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to How to Optimize CPU for Gaming?

      Nice to have SSD but for today’s games you need a capable GPU (graphic card.)

      Many i5 CPUs have graphics but no gamer I know will like that.

      Unless all you play is DOOM?

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      How to Optimize CPU for Gaming?

      by aldenrosa204 ·

      In reply to How to Optimize CPU for Gaming?

      To optimize your CPU for gaming, you can follow several steps to ensure the best performance. Here are some recommendations:
      Update drivers: Install the latest CPU drivers for performance improvements and bug fixes.

      Adjust power settings: Select the High-Performance power plan to ensure maximum CPU performance.

      Disable unnecessary processes: Close background applications to free up system resources.

      Overclocking (if supported): Increase CPU clock speed cautiously for extra performance (research and cooling required).

      Manage system resources: Identify and close resource-intensive processes using task manager or system monitoring tools.

      Keep system cool: Clean dust, use cooling pads, and ensure proper airflow to prevent overheating.

      Consider hardware upgrades: Upgrade to a more powerful CPU if necessary for better gaming performance.

      Remember, a well-rounded system with optimized components like the graphics card, RAM, and storage is important for an optimal gaming experience.

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