Originally Posted by tahayassen
I don't understand your question. Are you trying to run a batch file on a single core? Can't you just use task manager to set process affinity? If you can run exes on a single core, then have you tried converting a batch file to exe using converters online?
The goal here, it to make the SINGLE batch file, run the processor enough to get rid of any chance that "power now" or any downclocking would affect the end result. I have managed to do so with two batchfiles, but when compiled into a single .exe file, it does not work. Having the batch file call itself creates an endless loop. My goal here, is to get your computer to run the end .exe (it will be in .exe format) in real time, this makes certain that the processor is working on the batch as hard as it can, and stressing it slightly. This cannot be done, within a batch file, to itself. My solution to that is to use a single line of powershell, to call the batch file, this will prevent the endless loop problem, and make it run in real time, and, on core0 of the processor. Making certain that the end score is not skewed in any way.
Beyond all that hibbidybop. I can't figure our how to make powershell call something in real time. I know it is possible, but it is proving difficult.