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CPU-intensive settings in Assassins Creed Origins

I've just upgraded to a GTX 1080, but my other components are sadly a few years old - i72600 (non-k model) and 16GB DDR3.
Most games aren't much if a problem, but I am really struggling with Assassins Creed Origins. I understand this game is fairly CPU intensive anyway, but this is ridiculous.
Are there any specific settings that I should be focusing on to boost CPU performance?
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  1. and that is the reason for my new i7 8700k and i was on i7 3770 so answer is no
  2. Power94 said:
    and that is the reason for my new i7 8700k and i was on i7 3770 so answer is no


    That doesn't really answer my question.
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    xiantianhan said:
    Power94 said:
    and that is the reason for my new i7 8700k and i was on i7 3770 so answer is no


    That doesn't really answer my question.


    Your CPU is a bottleneck to the GTX-1080 period.
    You are not able to Overclock the i7-2600 and so a lack in performance.

    You therefore have a choice, upgrade your CPU and stay with your current DDR3 memory or as I and many have done, change to the new AM4 platform with faster DDR4 RAM and maximise your game settings.
    I play Origins and its superb playing at 90- 110 FPS. I also have a GTX-1080.
  4. MeanMachine41 said:
    xiantianhan said:
    Power94 said:
    and that is the reason for my new i7 8700k and i was on i7 3770 so answer is no


    That doesn't really answer my question.


    Your CPU is a bottleneck to the GTX-1080 period.
    You are not able to Overclock the i7-2600 and so a lack in performance.

    You therefore have a choice, upgrade your CPU and stay with your current DDR3 memory or as I and many have done, change to the new AM4 platform with faster DDR4 RAM and maximise your game settings.
    I play Origins and its superb playing at 90- 110 FPS. I also have a GTX-1080.


    Again, that doesn't answer my question. I know my CPU is a bottleneck. My question was whether there are any CPU-specific settings that I can reduce to help with this.
  5. i answer on this already i say NO there isn't
  6. Power94 said:
    i answer on this already i say NO there isn't


    I agree with Power94, there are NO options with the CPU, only reducing your Game settings can help.
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