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actually used processlasso, and set my the gpu3 core process and the gpu3 program to use core 0 only and then set my smp folding to use all the other ones. Maybe that would help your stability as well?

If you have anu questions pm me I will help you set it up bud.
Well for starters don't ever set anything to use core 0 when setting affinity. ANY other core but that one.

-TG
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Well for starters don't ever set anything to use core 0 when setting affinity. ANY other core but that one.

-TG
It seems to be working fine for me. Do you have a link or an article that explains your statement and why you cant?
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It seems to be working fine for me. Do you have a link or an article that explains your statement and why you cant?
So you want me to "show you"? Something you can easily verify yourself?

How about a "Gee, thanks for the info TG.? Let''s see if I get a few more PPD when I do this.."

-TG
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1.48v on the i7 2600k? That aint gonna last too long
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So you want me to "show you"? Something you can easily verify yourself?

How about a "Gee, thanks for the info TG.? Let''s see if I get a few more PPD when I do this.."

-TG
I did look and did not find it, simply asked for you to share your knowledge. I might be wrong but I believe this is a forum where members help others and learn together. I would have gladly thanked you with rep had you shared your reasoning without smart comments.
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1.48v on the i7 2600k? That aint gonna last too long
You can thank me for testing how long it lives at that vcore folding 24/7.
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I did look and did not find it, simply asked for you to share your knowledge. I might be wrong but I believe this is a forum where members help others and learn together. I would have gladly thanked you with rep had you shared your reasoning without smart comments.
Well the shortest answer is that core0 is critical to Windows and all multi-threaded windows tasks are dispatched from core 0, it is not recommended to set affinity to that core by Microsoft. Cores 1 - 3 are what you should use.

All single threaded applications only use core 0 by default.

I also have a vague recollection of seeing this in a f@h guide somewhere...

It's actually common sense if you think about it..

-TG
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Well the shortest answer is that core0 is critical to Windows and all multi-threaded windows tasks are dispatched from core 0, it is not recommended to set affinity to that core by Microsoft. Cores 1 - 3 are what you should use.

All single threaded applications only use core 0.

I also have a vague recollection of seeing this in a f@h guide somewhere...

It's actually common sense if you think about it..

-TG
Awesome, thanks for your explanation. =) And +rep =P
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Awesome, thanks for your explanation. =)
I do better right after I come back in from the garage..


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Common sense it may be, but I've noticed very littel differences using "-smp 3" on Core 1/2/3 from Core 0/1/2, and I'm talking <50 PPD, which could easily be explained by other factors.

I agree that most programs will use Core 0 by default, in some part, but I don't think it's of huge concern for SMP.

Now, -bigadv is more sensitive, so it might have more of an impact, but I can't really comment on that.
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