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Hi there.

Please don't argue about how instructions are good and that they will increase FPS. No. Don't Argue please.

K, i want to disable these instructions for my CS:S to test some stuff out but when i type in r_mmx 0 r_sse0 r_sse2 0 and etc. then i type r_mmx to see if its been disabled but it only replies with "r_mmx MMX enabled" or something like that. So idk if the command r_mmx automatically enables mmx or that i cant turn off the instruction or something.

Seems unorganized and complicated so feel free to ask for clarification

(Oh, and yes, my cpu DOES support the instructions -_- checked by cpu-z)
I cant disable instructions via BIOS
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128GB SSD 1 TB Samsung 7200rpm LG 22X DVD Burner Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO 
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Rosewill Blackbone Kinzu Steelseries QCK Xonar DX with Superlux HD 681 EVO 
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