I have a TON of catching up to do in this thread, but I need to reply right now to get this out of the way.
Originally Posted by kevindd992002
How different is "By All Cores" and "By Per Core"? Juan Jose recommended By Per Core in his guide in the OP.
When you come up with new questions, ask the person who made the post that caused you to come up with new questions. Ask them
for more information or clarification.
For example, if someone tells you something and if what they told you makes you have more questions, then ask that person. It's not good practice to go and confirm it with others behind their back. It's even worse to say "Hey guys, John said this. Is it true?"
Instead, ask the person (in my example, ask "John"). Or at the very least, don't use their name if you go trying to confirm their statement "behind their back". I mean, at the very least, just say "I recently learned this from a different thread. Is it true?"
However, it's still better to ask the person who said it for proof.
Anyway, the difference between By All Cores and By Per Core is simply this: if you use By Per Core, then you can get fancy and try using a different multiplier for each core (or for just one of the cores). If you don't care about being able to do that, then just use By All Cores.
The reason why Juan Jose recommend By Per Core is so that he could show everyone that this feature exists. After all, he is simultaneously trying to help sell the motherboard.Edited by TwoCables - 10/31/11 at 2:05am