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  • Slackbladder100
    Original poster 21 posts

    So as the title says my laptops CPU, a Ryzen 7 5800H running around 4.2ghz (3.6 without boost) will randomly hit 100% usage on all 16 cores for a second or two before returning to it's usual usage of around 35%-40% (and in doing so reduce the fps by nearly 50%). It doesn't matter where I am or what I am doing though it is more likely to happen in areas with lots of people.
    Also almost impossible to get 60fps with a laptop 3070 even though Valhalla gets me around 60fps on highest settings 90% of the time.
    I've known for a while Odyssey had problems with how CPU's are managed but this is fundementally broken. I don't expect a fix for a 3 year old game but does anyone know of a workaround? Maybe something I can do with the CPU itself?

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  • Ubi-Orion
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1222 posts

    @slackbladder100

    Hey there.

    Does the same usage occur after launching the game after a clean boot?

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  • longjohn119
    1040 posts

    @slackbladder100 Try turning Volumetric Clouds down a notch ..... It can cause "hitching" which is usually accompanied by a CPU up spike and a FPS down spike on the performance graph when you run a benchmark. You can also see this if you go into Options when you see it happening in the game and look at the FPS chart .... Turning down Water a notch can also help if you notice it around water

    I also recommend this video, it will help you decide which settings can be lowered for best performance with minimal impact on the graphics quality




  • Ubi-TheBerry
    Ubisoft Support Staff 2516 posts

    Hey there @slackbladder100 !

    Just checking in following our response, how are you getting on?

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