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Just take the cpu out of the question and raise the resolution and activate AA... This would show you a better gpu scaling...

Its kind of tricky there is so many ways tho... Easy one is the one im telling you...
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I just don't know what to say after reading this thread. Lets not start blaming people. People makes mistakes all the time
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post #53 of 62
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Yes that is exactly what i am saying and you are welcome to post proof that a 3570k can push 2xhigh end gpu to constant 99-100% use in specifically bf3 multiplayer@ 1080 p - any ,map

Its not an opinion it is fact - try google, try ocn search, try battlelog forums - many many threads on the subject

And the highlighted gpu are not high end.

what you are asking for is asburd, ofcourse it's going to drop below 90% depending on the scene, but the average should be about 90%-99%.. with a well clocked 3570k

I don't know how much of a difference it would be from 7850's to 7950's, but i don't think it would be that much -__-". So here is a video of someone running a 3570k @ 4.8 with dual 7850's and his Gpu usage is at 90%-99% most of the time..., I am sure if i look closely, i would find a 7950 Xfire....


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NA5vuAhN6uk


The again, sorry OP, I believe i am ruining your thread with my offtopic.gif posts lol redface.gif. I can't help you though, i hope you find a solution.. the only thing i can say is to overclock your cpu as much as you can, and crank up the settings too, it could be driver issue too, idk...
Edited by Yungbenny911 - 3/30/13 at 7:01pm
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post #54 of 62
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Originally Posted by Yungbenny911 View Post

what you are asking for is asburd, ofcourse it's going to drop below 90% depending on the scene, but the average should be about 90%-99%.. with a well clocked 3570k

I don't know how much of a difference it would be from 7850's to 7950's, but i don't think it would be that much -__-". So here is a video of someone running a 3570k @ 4.8 with dual 7850's and his Gpu usage is at 90%-99% most of the time..., I am sure if i look closely, i would find a 7950 Xfire....


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NA5vuAhN6uk


The again, sorry OP, I believe i am ruining your thread with my offtopic.gif posts lol redface.gif. I can't help you though, i hope you find a solution.. the only thing i can say is to overclock your cpu as much as you can, and crank up the settings too, it could be driver issue too, idk...

Nope you cant.

See how outdoor the gpu usage goes down.

And thats on small server
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post #55 of 62
@ EliteReplay, your situation seems to be kind of normal as far as I can tell, I've just tried this myself and get around 60% - 70% GPU usage with 2x 7950 and a 3770K.

Your frame rate seems to be OK, what do you have the game details set to?

I normally get about 80 - 110 FPS on larger maps, GPUs not being maxed out on BF3 seems to be a common occurrence, as long as it looks good and the frame rate is acceptable I wouldn't worry about it too much.


Edited by Spengler - 3/30/13 at 7:28pm
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well i was playing a game just now and my GPU usage some how skyrokected... those picture were taken when i saw the max usage in that particular area
i going to try a big map... let see...




Edited by EliteReplay - 3/30/13 at 7:49pm
post #57 of 62
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Originally Posted by Spengler View Post

@ EliteReplay, your situation seems to be kind of normal as far as I can tell, I've just tried this myself and get around 60% - 70% GPU usage with 2x 7950 and a 3770K.

Your frame rate seems to be OK, what do you have the game details set to?

I normally get about 80 - 110 FPS on larger maps, GPUs not being maxed out on BF3 seems to be a common occurrence, as long as it looks good and the frame rate is acceptable I wouldn't worry about it too much.


At long last. Thank you. I never said the gpu use was relevant at the refresh rate. I said it was impossible for the gpu x 2 to be@100% use constantly in this game regardless of the cpu to which point i was called wrong constantly. The bottleneck for want of a very over used term is irrelevant.
post #58 of 62
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Originally Posted by Ghost12 View Post

At long last. Thank you. I never said the gpu use was relevant at the refresh rate. I said it was impossible for the gpu x 2 to be@100% use constantly in this game regardless of the cpu. The bottleneck for want of a very over used term is irrelevant.

Wow, give a cookie to Captain Obvious. Way to save face there fella, obviously 100% GPU usage is unrealistic under any circumstances. Thanks for wasting everyone's time. I dont think you even understand what bottlenecks refer to, but yes, we can agree that your usage is entirely inaccurate.
post #59 of 62
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Originally Posted by Gigatel View Post

Wow, give a cookie to Captain Obvious. Way to save face there fella, obviously 100% GPU usage is unrealistic under any circumstances. Thanks for wasting everyone's time. I dont think you even understand what bottlenecks refer to, but yes, we can agree that your usage is entirely inaccurate.


You obviously struggle with - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reading_comprehension

Facts remain unchanged and they are as follows

3570k or any cpu to my knowledge, can not at any speed feed 2 x hd7950 to 90-100% use consistently in 64 player bf3 multiplay maps@1920 x1080 p

Cpu bottleleneck is indicated but not exclusively defined by the gpu use being consistently lower than the cpu use in a particular application, this is not re-defineable by you unfortunately, we can however look at other reasons why this occurs, such as the optimisation of the game engine, poor coding or other system issues which could contribute to the gpu use. We can also write it off as completely irrelative as frames produced as minimums are above the chosen screen refresh rate.

Bottleneck is the most overused term regards pc performance today and in this particular discussion is maybe moot but, i never said it was not, i simply said to the op that even a 3570k can not push 2 7950 to 90-100% use constantly in this game which led to your invalid and ill informed information. lets be humble and agree to disagree and move on
Edited by Ghost12 - 3/31/13 at 9:28am
post #60 of 62
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ghost12 View Post

You obviously struggle with - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reading_comprehension

Facts remain unchanged and they are as follows

3570k or any cpu to my knowledge, can not at any speed feed 2 x hd7950 to 90-100% use consistently in 64 player bf3 multiplay maps@1920 x1080 p

Cpu bottleleneck is indicated but not exclusively defined by the gpu use being consistently lower than the cpu use in a particular application, this is not re-defineable by you unfortunately, we can however look at other reasons why this occurs, such as the optimisation of the game engine, poor coding or other system issues which could contribute to the gpu use. We can also write it off as completely irrelative as frames produced as minimums are above the chosen screen refresh rate.

Bottleneck is the most overused term regards pc performance today and in this particular discussion is maybe moot but, i never said it was not, i simply said to the op that even a 3570k can not push 2 7950 to 90-100% use constantly in this game which led to your invalid and ill informed information. lets be humble and agree to disagree and move on

very well said SR... i dont know why its so hard to understand it
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