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Intel Core i3 / Core i5 / Core i7 Thread (Skylake - 100 series chipset - LGA 1151)

  • mga master ask ko lang po.. sa pubg lang po nangyayari yung cpu (i5 6600) ko po nag 100% cpu usage at nagssttutter po ako ingame pero gpu (gtx 1070) ko po is nasa 85-90%

    temps are fine and fps are not dropping.. ano po kaya prob? and possible solution to this problem? salamat po..

    -- edited by dadalee on Jan 04 2019, 12:15 AM
  • ^ Bottleneck. Solution is probably upgrade or remove some background tasks to lower CPU usage.

    -- edited by TPC_GameGuard025 on Jan 04 2019, 12:42 AM
  • @TPC_GameGuard025

    thanks for the reply.. will upgrading to an i7 6700 solve this issue po?
  • ^ yes sir. malaking tulong yung extra 4 threads niyan para sa cpu intensive game like PUBG.
  • @TPC_GameGuard025

    okay sir.. maraming salamat po :D
  • Coming from a Core i5 6600, the upgrade should be at least a 6-core 12-thread CPU.
  • mga paps need your adivce. Upgrade ako ng cpu

    anu sa tingin nio pwede mobo at proc ipair up sa 16 gb ram ddr 4 2400 ghz at galax 1060 3gb?

    ito ung mobo ni check ko, wala ako idea sa proc hehe

    MSI H310M GAMING ARCTIC-4400
    MSI H310M GAMING PLUS 4060

    salamat sa tutulong

    budget 8-10k
  • @dadalee
    mga master ask ko lang po.. sa pubg lang po nangyayari yung cpu (i5 6600) ko po nag 100% cpu usage at nagssttutter po ako ingame pero gpu (gtx 1070) ko po is nasa 85-90%

    temps are fine and fps are not dropping.. ano po kaya prob? and possible solution to this problem? salamat po..

    Try mo muna yung settings below sir, baka kasi hindi maganda yung settings kaya prone to stutter:

    - Make sure vsync is off. When vsync is enabled yung framerate mo becomes locked to the monitor refresh rate. So on a 60Hz monitor yung framerate will be locked to 60 fps. Kung hindi kaya ng PC mo i-maintain ang 60 fps on some parts of the game, mag drop down siya to 30 fps causing lag and stutter.

    - Set a framerate cap within the PUBG game, instructions here: <click here for link>. Set the framerate cap to the max refresh rate of your monitor. So if you are using a 60Hz monitor, set the framerate cap to 60 fps. This will prevent your CPU and GPU from rendering excess frames your monitor cannot display and saves CPU / GPU cycles. You will notice your minimum framerate will increase. If you cannot set a framrate cap within the game you can also use RTSS.

    - Play PUBG at very low settings or the lowest settings. Many play PUBG at low settings to get better performance and to gain a game advantage since they can see the other players while trees / buildings / foliage are not yet rendered.

    - Play in full-screen non-windowed mode so the game engine gets the most resources from the GPU. Unfortunately alt-tabbing will be slower but if you are going to browse or watch youtube in the middle of your game, might as well do it on a separate screen (tablet, smartphone, or laptop).

    - Check your CPU temps and clock speeds by running HWiNFO in the background while playing your game. Sometimes kapag nag 100% ang CPU, temps are too high and forced siya to throttle to lower speeds. This is a common issue with the Intel stock CPU cooler since hindi niya kaya sustain ang Turbo speeds ng CPU for long periods. Makikita mo temps are low pero clock speeds are low din kasi throttled down na ang CPU. Buying a budget CPU cooler can help make sure yung CPU mo runs at Turbo Boost speeds a lot longer.

    Try mo muna yung above tips before upgrading... pero kung ganun parin then consider upgrading your CPU + RAM. Alam ko malakas din si PUBG sa RAM and dapat naka 16GB ka ideally.

    will upgrading to an i7 6700 solve this issue po?

    Only buy the Core i7-6700 kung makukuha mo siya at a very low price (Php 8K and below). Kung mag spend ka ng Php 15K on a brand new Core i7-6700 lugi ka sir. Better to buy Core i5-8400 + B360 motherboard or Ryzen 5 2600 + B450 motherboard at that price.
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  • Ask ko lang mga masters kung may bottleneck ba ang set up na ito ... kasi max utilization nya lang lagi ay 90% BOTH cpu and gpu kahit sa test run pa. Hindi man lang nakakarating sa 100% both. Lalo na kung playing AC Odessy na 45fps to 60 fps.

    Ito ang specs:
    Cpu: i7 3820
    Gpu: Gtx 1060 6gb OC
    Ram: 2133 ddr3

    Thanks sa sasagot.
  • ask lang mga ka intel planning to upgrade my i5 760 1st gen hehe.
    kelan po release ng 10th gen? ty
  • New Cinebench R20 Benchmak..


  • Hi, Good afternoon

    Pa ask ako mga ka TPC. Noob question

    Does it make sense if mag i5 9600k OC capable and mobo OC Capable. kung hindi ko naman u ooverclock ?

    as check base frequence kasi ng i5 9600k ay 3.6 compare sa non oc na 2.8 at 3.0 lang.

    Question is: worth it kaya mag OC vs Non OC proc. at malaki ba ang gain ?

    thank you!

    -- edited by rushemz2 on Mar 07 2019, 02:38 PM
  • @rushemz2
    Does it make sense if mag i5 9600k OC capable and mobo OC Capable. kung hindi ko naman u ooverclock ?

    Yes it makes sense parin bumili ng Core i5-9600K and Z370 or Z390 motherboard. Kahit hindi mo i-overclock ang CPU may benefits parin yung overclockable CPU + overclockable motherboard combination:

    - Pwede ka gumamit ng mas mabilis na memory tulad ng DDR4-3200 and above. Ang non-overclockable motherboards tulad ng B360 or H370 limited lang to DDR4-2666 memory speeds.

    - Mas mataas ang all-core turbo boost speed ng Core i5-9600K (4.3 GHz) at mas mataas din ang kaniyang TDP (95 watts). Ang non-overclockable CPU tulad ng Core i5-8600 mas mabagal ang all-core turbo boost speed (4.1 GHz) at mas mababa din ang TDP (65 watts). As long as hindi bitin ang CPU cooling at power delivery ng motherboard, yung Core i5-9600K will run at higher turbo boost speeds for longer periods.

    - Ang overclockable motherboards tulad ng Z370 and Z390 may options sa BIOS na pwede i-set para patakbuhin ang CPU at max turbo speed all the time. Ang mga non-overclockable motherboards especially ang budget models (tulad ng H310) limited o wala yung ganun option sa BIOS.

    Ang isa pang benefit ng overclockable CPU + overclockable motherboard is pwede mo naman sila gamitin at stock speeds muna. In the future kapag bitin na ang performance ng CPU o nagiging bottleneck na siya, pwede mo subukan i-overclock para madagdagan ang performance. So isipin mo nalang na may extra 500MHz - 700MHz na pwede mo ipiga pa sa CPU kung kailangan mo.

    Noticeable kaya yung boost kahit hindi i OC

    Usually hindi mo mararamdaman ang extra speed ng OC kung ginagamit mo lang ang PC sa magaan lang na task tulad ng browsing, watching movies, o nag-work ka sa MS-Office etc. Mas mararamdaman mo ang extra performance ng OC kapag ginagamit mo ang PC sa mabibigat na task tulad ng video editing o 3D rendering etc.

    Pagdating sa games, mararamdaman mo ang benefit ng OC kung gagamit ka ng malakas na videocard at naglalaro ka at high framerates. Kapag overclocked ang CPU mas kaya niya makisabay sa mga high-end videocard tulad ng RTX 2080 and above at mapapansin mo na mas mataas ang fps makukuha mo from those GPU's.

    --------------------------------------------

    Sa opinion ko lang, kung wala ka talagang balak mag-OC ng CPU... suggestion ko is mag Core i7-8700 ka nalang tapos ipares mo sa magandang B360 or H370 na motherboard. Ang magagastos mo halos same lang as Core i5-9600K + overclockable motherboard. Pero yung CPU mo mas malakas ang multithreading performance (6-cores / 12-threads) at mas future proof sa mga bagong games na mabigat sa CPU :-)
  • @sleep - very well said bro. sulit talaga mag TPC. btw share ko lang. i5 760 pa cpu ko dipa dn nabigay 9yrs old na. pero mabilis pa din hangang ngaun. planning to get i5 9600k.
    Yes it makes sense parin bumili ng Core i5-9600K and Z370 or Z390 motherboard. Kahit hindi mo i-overclock ang CPU may benefits parin yung overclockable CPU + overclockable motherboard combination:

    - Pwede ka gumamit ng mas mabilis na memory tulad ng DDR4-3200 and above. Ang non-overclockable motherboards tulad ng B360 or H370 limited lang to DDR4-2666 memory speeds.

    - Mas mataas ang all-core turbo boost speed ng Core i5-9600K (4.3 GHz) at mas mataas din ang kaniyang TDP (95 watts). Ang non-overclockable CPU tulad ng Core i5-8600 mas mabagal ang all-core turbo boost speed (4.1 GHz) at mas mababa din ang TDP (65 watts). As long as hindi bitin ang CPU cooling at power delivery ng motherboard, yung Core i5-9600K will run at higher turbo boost speeds for longer periods.

    - Ang overclockable motherboards tulad ng Z370 and Z390 may options sa BIOS na pwede i-set para patakbuhin ang CPU at max turbo speed all the time. Ang mga non-overclockable motherboards especially ang budget models (tulad ng H310) limited o wala yung ganun option sa BIOS.

    Ang isa pang benefit ng overclockable CPU + overclockable motherboard is pwede mo naman sila gamitin at stock speeds muna. In the future kapag bitin na ang performance ng CPU o nagiging bottleneck na siya, pwede mo subukan i-overclock para madagdagan ang performance. So isipin mo nalang na may extra 500MHz - 700MHz na pwede mo ipiga pa sa CPU kung kailangan mo.


    -- edited by rushemz2 on Mar 07 2019, 03:18 PM
  • choices, choices. nakaka temp mag upgrade ng Intel. haiz
  • Nilangaw na ata. Itong thread na ito ????
  • Ryzen is the way na eh, pero pabas ng 10mm cpu palag na ulet yan.

    "King's are supposed to be always on top"
  • grabe po bakit wala na ata nag popost dito.
  • ^ Intel is getting crushed by AMD atm hahaha. Not a hater/fanboy. I am using i7-7700 but to be honest AMD is really having the upper hand right now in CPU division. Which is good for us consumers for future upgrades. :)
  • AMD is really having the upper hand right now in CPU division. Which is good for us consumers for future upgrades.


    ???? tama, biglang nawala kase mga nagpopost na Mamaw rig, paglabas ng Ryzen high end na mga CPU , mauungusan na mga benchmark ng mga Intel mamaw rigs ????

    ako naman, nghihintay na mglow price yung Intel 9600K
    pag sa CPU intel fanboy ako, sa GPU naman AMD Radeon fan ako ...
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