Spider-Man Remastered for PC may be a very demanding game, and in some circumstances, poor CPU usage might lead to performance issues. Read on for a quick workaround if you've been experiencing this issue during your playtime.
People have been reporting frame rate dips and performance concerns ever since Spider-Man Remastered was released this week on PC, especially when the more demanding ray tracing reflections were activated. Oddly enough, in some instances, neither the GPU usage nor the CPU usage shows this.
How to fix low CPU usage in Spider-Man Remastered
Low CPU utilization suggests a problem because Spider-Man Remastered has a lot of CPU-intensive requirements. It turns out that the solution is quite simple and only calls for a trip to your PC's BIOS. Restarting the computer and pressing a certain key is the simplest solution. This could be the F10, F12, or Delete key, depending on the chipset in your PC. On Windows 10 and Windows 11, you may also access the BIOS from the system settings.
After entering the BIOS, you must search for the Processor label because it can be hidden within one of the sub-menus. To enter the Processor menu, find it, highlight it, and press the Enter key. Look for the setting to turn hyperthreading On or Off in the Properties section of the Processor menu. The setting that has to be changed in order to address low CPU utilization in Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered on PC is probably set to On by default.
Return to the main menu after disabling hyperthreading and choose the Save Changes and Exit option. Even with the RT setting turned on, you ought to now see increased CPU consumption when you launch Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered.
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