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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 10-22-2019, 01:32 AM - Thread Starter
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GPU Interrupt affinity policy, singlecore or multiple?

I am not good with titles, but it sums it up well

I have tried both, but on different configs as my windows (needless to say win10, POS thing that it can be) got up n died, afterwards I did not run LatMon for as long as i should have bc laziness, briefly tried the alternative to my GPU policy before reinstalling, did not log, well lost the perf log of first Int aff policy, mouse and fps are more than acceptable on both (memory is all i have to go by when comparing), but i do not want to assign an intended multithreaded device to a single core, that seems like bad juujuu, or as they say, poopoo.

I know my nvidia driver executes on core0, as does seemingly everything that exists, but this is not a definite good int aff pol to have, it is windows after all.

and if you plan to comment on how im silly for "optimising" or "tweaking" these settings then please, respectfully dont bother because it is fun and rewarding when results are seen, been working on a live stripped OS for a while now and this is just impossible to find info on... google seems to hate searching for what i type

appreciate any readers time, appreciate anyone knowledgable enough and their time a lil more though

sorry mods/admins for multiple posts today, hope its not a bother, im a cat and i smell curiosity, so its gonna kill me. last thing i need to do before im 99% happy with my entire OS

have a good one, forumfrogs

Last edited by sl33py_mate; 10-22-2019 at 01:33 AM. Reason: grammar cause im silly
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