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blackhawkfound 13 giu 2013, ore 2:58
Cpu Affinity Help(SOLVED)
when i play skyrim i expericance microstutter because of latency issues(fps over time). after doing some searching i found out that it can virtually go away if i set my cpu affinty in task manager to just 2 threads(i havea intel 4-core, 8-thread cpu) this makes game play smooth. however i dont want to have to set this every time i play maually so my questions are:

1) can i set cpu affinty though steam lauch options?
2) if so, how?
3) can i apply this to other games both on steam and not on steam( TF2, WOW , minecraft etc)

any help is appreciated

EDIT: i found a solution that sotn involve cpu affinty. by limiting your fps to 30 though this fix it eliminates the microstutter
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCvclXWtcqA
this tuturail (pluslink for the file) really helped me
Ultima modifica da blackhawkfound; 19 giu 2013, ore 21:46
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gggg336 13 giu 2013, ore 4:24 
I can't answer 1 and 2, and I can only tell you that cpu affinity can be applied to any applications that doesn't mandate the use of multi-threading. You might want to post this thread on the hardware section, it is where computer experts will tend to look for questions regarding hardware like this.
jakethebusKer 13 giu 2013, ore 6:34 
There is a thread on this forum, somewhere, which talks about "core parking" and the performance gains associated with sorting that setting out. I can't remember exactly what the title of it is or where it is hosted right now. Quad core with 8 threads?? I am assuming that you have an i7? There has been performance issues due to core parking with this chip apparently. I don't run an i7 so my information is a little vague (for which I appologise).

I did, however, Google it and found this post which talks about core parking on a C.P.U. like yours and goes to great length to explain micro stutter associated with core parking. I am unsure of your technological aptitude and advise caution, but this guide seems to be what you are looking for.

http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=159864
jakethebusKer 13 giu 2013, ore 6:38 
I will however tell you that I am unsure as to the efficacy or accuracy of this post on the techpowerup forum as I don't have an i7 chip. I just have a 2nd Gen i5.
blackhawkfound 13 giu 2013, ore 22:54 
Messaggio originale di jakethebusker:
There is a thread on this forum, somewhere, which talks about "core parking" and the performance gains associated with sorting that setting out. I can't remember exactly what the title of it is or where it is hosted right now. Quad core with 8 threads?? I am assuming that you have an i7? There has been performance issues due to core parking with this chip apparently. I don't run an i7 so my information is a little vague (for which I appologise).

I did, however, Google it and found this post which talks about core parking on a C.P.U. like yours and goes to great length to explain micro stutter associated with core parking. I am unsure of your technological aptitude and advise caution, but this guide seems to be what you are looking for.

http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=159864

Thaks for the reply i really dont whant to mess around with regedit as i could end up with endless BSOD. i just whan to know if i can get skyrim to run on two cores on my pc by setting an lauch option that does this.
and i am on a core i7




Messaggio originale di gggg336:
I can't answer 1 and 2, and I can only tell you that cpu affinity can be applied to any applications that doesn't mandate the use of multi-threading. You might want to post this thread on the hardware section, it is where computer experts will tend to look for questions regarding hardware like this.

might try thrre to see if i get any luck
pike 13 giu 2013, ore 23:57 
i think there's a program called " process lasso" that lets you configure affinity and a bunch of other factors like priority , i think there's free and paid versions
pike 14 giu 2013, ore 0:04 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Process_Lasso

i dont use it so i cant say if its good or bad , but something for you to look at
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