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About Ashiella

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  • Birthday 2002-03-04


  • CPU
    X5650 @ 4Ghz / R7 1700 @ 3.9Ghz
  • Motherboard
    EVGA SLI 3 / Gigabyte AB350 Gaming
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3 1600 / 8GB DDR4 2400
  • GPU
    HD 6850 / GTX 970, GTX 580 Hybrid
  • Case
    Idk / Corsair 400c
  • Storage
    128GB Lite-On / 2x 128GB Samsung, 2x 500GB HDD, 2x 1TB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair cxm 500w / Corsair RMX 750w
  • Display(s)
    e-Element Samsung PLS (85hz) / Asus MG248Q (150hz)
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14 / Corsair H55
  • Keyboard
    Zhishan 13$ / Corsair Stafe (Browns)
  • Mouse
    G900 Chaos Spectrum
  • Sound
    Logitech z506, Sennheiser HD 598cs
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 / Windows 10
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  • Location
  • Interests
    Anime, Games, Being Alone.
  • Biography
    I'm Alone.
  • Occupation
    Semi-Professional Rainbow Six: Siege Player / Professional Status Update Derailer

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  1. FUCK YES! if you saw my last status, I posted about how Ubi was fixing optimization and more adequately using the cpu to push the gpu harder.... IT FIXED MY USAGE ISSUE! My cpu's finally being put to work. 780 Ti 95-100% 135-160FPS, cpu at 70-85% usage. Both up from 80% and 50% respectively.

  2. tl;dr it sounds like Ubi is optimizing the game for higher core count cpu's (uses 8 threads currently) and for fast gpus previously getting lower gpu usage (like me) especially while running low settings and a good gpu, the cpu is now pinned rather than cutting back.


    Rainbow Six is designed to make the most out of multi-core CPUs. All processing that has to be done every frame is spread across the available cores on the host system. When v-sync is enabled, Rainbow Six finishes a frame’s processing fast enough that it will end up waiting for the v-sync to happen, therefore relinquishing it’s usage of the CPU cores so they may be used for other programs that are running on the PC at the same time (e.g. music player, voice chat software, etc.). If you disable v-sync you are essentially asking Rainbow Six to run as fast as possible with all the resources available on the PC. This means that there will be no wait period in the frame because processing of the next frame will start as soon as the current one is finished unless the game needs to wait for the GPU to finish its cycle. Which, in this scenario, the result is hitting (close to) a 100% CPU usage.

    Also, note that this is more likely to happen with a powerful graphics card or lowering the graphics details.

    1. Technomancer__


      do you know how many threads it can use now?

    2. TopHatProductions115


      I guess that means my new systems gonna shred on R6:siege, huh ;) 

    3. Ashiella


      @Technomancer__ Looks like its around 12-16 possibly more. It can push my 1700 @ 4.0 to 90% utilization when my gpu is shooting out frames (looking in the corner of the map)

  3. Search: Your BEST IT Joke

    Why did Bill Gates name his company after his penis? Because Jobs 8-bit his apples. (cringey)
  4.  Semi-finals for my picture for all of my accounts (Gifs for LTT unless voted for otherwise are going to be a later event)

    1. Show previous comments 2 more
    2. Techstorm970


      @Ashiella What does a lie feel like?

    3. Ashiella


      More like Sarcasm.

    4. Jtalk4456


      i couldn't pick between 2 and 4 so i voted twice xD

    1. Show previous comments 38 more
    2. Jtalk4456


      @TopHatProductions115 Which almost no one doing sequels is focused on since the main point of a sequel is to extend a story beyond the original story to gain more money

    3. TopHatProductions115


      @Jtalk4456 I thought we were talking about a reboot here :| Not a sequel. Same principles of good story development still apply...

    4. Mr.Meerkat


      @Jtalk4456 What if its an anime based on a longer Manga meaning the sequels are still part of the original story? Granted, I can't actually name a single scenario like this within the past 2 or 3 years but there are examples of this... 


      @TopHatProductions115 Reboots are generally always horrible. Granted, I can someone who doesn't like change...

  5. Anyone know any good fixes for OBS X264 skipping frames? My cpu usage is sub 70%, veryfast and 10,000 CBR

  6. I recently am now having the issue of high cpu usage on siege. woo.

    1. savagepain


      but have you seen the new ops 


    2. Ashiella


      @savagepain I saw my favourite team lose in the quarters. I also saw valk 2.0 and Ela 2.0

    3. savagepain


      @Ashiella yeah i wanted rouge to comeback R.I.P and valk 2.0 how and i understand ella though 

  7. きらい

    1. Show previous comments 2 more
    2. Ashiella


      私は 自分 の パパ が 嫌いだ

    3. TopHatProductions115


      Ouch - and that day's just around the corner...

    4. Cinnabar Sonar

      Cinnabar Sonar


      I have similar feelings towards my father.


      He's dead.


      Good riddance.




  8. Is my pc high end?

    Without an overclock its high midend, with, it pairs up to a stock 1080.
  9. Is my pc high end?

    it is the bridge. Leave it at that.
  10. Is my pc high end?

    The 1080 is considered the start of high-end because of the titan Xp and XP and V and 1080ti
  11. Is my pc high end?

    It used to be very high end, but now a days, its more equal to a 1060 6gb or gtx 980, which is about 20% worse than your gpu. which is upper mid-end (vega 64 or a 1080 is considered high end)
  12. Is my pc high end?

    >When you have a high end cpu and a mid-tier gpu
  13. Part of me really thinks i need to do a clean install or something because every game usually has a slight bottleneck on the gpu, ill get like 50-70% cpu usage (some games 25% bc 4cores only) and 70-80% gpu usage, if im lucky ill get 90%. (r7 1700 @4.0ghz, 780ti @1200mhz) Unless its DLL errors like ubi support once said a while back (which seemed to fix it a little bit) Halp?