Advanced Windows Tweaking
The information presented herein should only be used if you have a comfortable understanding of computer knowledge. Some of the information presented may void warranties, and some may reduce the lifespan of your hardware. Please be aware, most people choose to do advanced tweaking as they tend to upgrade their hardware every 2-3 years. If you plan on maintaining your system for 10+ years, then stay clear of this option, and only buy hardware upgrades as they become needed.
A little bit of Overview
We are going to assume you are familiar with all the parts of a computer, GPU, CPU, RAM, Motherboard, etc. One of the biggest issues we can see nowadays is something called Bottlenecking between your CPU/GPU. It looks like this:
From a quick inspection, your thought may be to upgrade your CPU to prevent this, but this is not always the case. If you are in the market for purchasing a new computer you can visit online benchmarking tools designed to help isolate Bottlenecking, and you can outright purchase a CPU/GPU that has been guaranteed by people who use it to not bottleneck.