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How To Show GPU And CPU Usage Individually In The Battlefront Performance Graph

Battlefront CPU Usage ScreenshotI explained in one of my articles how you can enable the GPU and CPU performance graph in Battlefront, but what if you only want to show the CPU usage, or only the GPU graph? That is possible too, and in this article I will tell you how to do this. Let’s take a look now.

How To Show The CPU And GPU  Graph Individually In Battlefront

How to only show the CPU performance graph

  1. First we open the console, and then we need to bring up the performance graph with the command “PerfOverlay.DrawGraph 1”, without the quotation marks of course. Now we should have the graph on the screen that shows both CPU usage and GPU usage.
  2. Next we need to disable the GPU graph to only show the CPU graph. To do so, just type in “PerfOverlay.DrawGpuGraph 0” without quotation marks, and now we should only have the CPU performance graph on the screen. To add the GPU graph to it again, we just type in “”PerfOverlay.DrawGpuGraph 1” and the graph will show both again.

How to only show the GPU performance graph

  1. You just have to open the console, and then you need to bring up the performance graph with the command “PerfOverlay.DrawGraph 1”, without the quotation marks of course. Now we see the graph on the screen that shows the GPU and CPU usage.
  2. Now we open the console again as we need to disable the CPU graph with the command “PerfOverlay.DrawCpuGraph 0”. Type “”PerfOverlay.DrawCpuGraph 1” into the console if you want to bring back the CPU graph and it will show both again.

Remember, if you want to benchmark your system for a longer period, you can create a config file for Battlefront where you can store the “PerfOverlay.DrawGraph 1” command for the time you want to test your system. Also check out all the other console commands.

I hope this guide helped, feel free to drop a comment, or help me and share the article on your preferred social networks. Happy gaming!

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