DSOGaming writes: "Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 is finally here with us, so it’s time to see how Treyarch’s title performs on the PC platform. Treyarch decided to scrap the DX9 in favor of a brand new DX11 renderer that is said to be better optimized than the previous one. And it seems that the company was partially right. Unfortunately though, Black Ops 2 is still a CPU-bound game and does not take advantage of more than two CPU cores. This is an issue that has been present since Modern Warfare 2, and although Black Ops 2 is not as CPU-bound as the first Black Ops game (or World at War), it still needs a high clocked CPU in order to be enjoyed."