If you are a Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 PC player and you are having a problem of high CPU usage or having a low performance while playing the game, this guide might help you solve the problem.
NVIDIA Users should go into NVIDIA Control Panel, Manage 3D Settings, Program Settings and then Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Here set the pre-rendered frames to 1 so that the CPU doesn’t waste resources preparing frames for the GPU before they’re ready to be drawn.
AMD Users should do the same with their driver suite.
Step One: find the file in the directory below:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Call of Duty Black Ops 4\players\config.ini
Step Two: find those two settings in the file:
Step Three: check and note down what your default numbers were, most users who had the problem had numbers like worker_threads 2 and threaded_rendering 0.
Step Four: you need to change the value of threaded_rendering to 1. After this experiment a bit with the worker_threads settings to see what best suits your processor. The best setting for this game that players report are using one less worker_threads than your PC’s threads. If that doesn’t work, try another value that may better work for your specific processor.
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