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    hot to get more FPS in windows 7 or 8


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    Hi Jmoorez2001, It seems your link is giving a 404 error code (page not found). Were you giving advice on how to get more frames per second or were you wanting advice?

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    nice tutorial thanks for the link..
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    Has anyone tried the core unparking that sectionate has posted? As I understand it is only for cpu's that support hyperthreading. I gave it a shot since it says it gives a performance boost. I tested with Crysis 3, unfortunately I'm not noticing any performance increase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Has anyone tried the core unparking that sectionate has posted? As I understand it is only for cpu's that support hyperthreading. I gave it a shot since it says it gives a performance boost. I tested with Crysis 3, unfortunately I'm not noticing any performance increase.
    Nate your rog board doesnt allow you to enable all your cores at once? You can also msconfig->advance set max cores
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Has anyone tried the core unparking that sectionate has posted? As I understand it is only for cpu's that support hyperthreading. I gave it a shot since it says it gives a performance boost. I tested with Crysis 3, unfortunately I'm not noticing any performance increase.
    Same question. Very curious is there any effect on the latest cpu models(haswell).
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    i tried the link and unparked my cpu, here is the result, run the unigine, the score before i unparked cores,fps120-score3249-min 35-max 247, scores after in unparked, fps79.8-score2010-min 30.5-max 159.4, so it seems to me that it dont work that well, but hey i gave it a go,
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    I saw this thread and was interested but I am very wary of installing something from somewhere with basically no idea of the person producing it. Checked out the link to Coder Bag as he calls himself download site and decided i would investigate core parking on my chip a little. The link at start of the topic takes you to a page which in turn directs you to go here >>> http://www.coderbag.com/Programming-...arking-Utility <<< to get software to download and install and unpark your cores.

    Ok, but i have some questions, why would you wish to do this? What is the advantage of doing it?

    I decided to open resource monitor (displayed on his site) and see if i had parked cores, indeed i did! but why unpark them? shouldn't that happen automatically? Left it open on top left of my screen and opened and ran the new ROG Realbench 2.0 test to see if they auto unpark. Started to run and realised i couldnt see that area of the screen during part one of benchmark test but let it run, as pt one ended it auto closes the images it opened allowing me to view resource monitor which as test 2 started showed all cores unparked and rapidly rising to 100% use. After all tests in Realbench 2.0 ended it once more parked cores - not the same cores previously parked i noted. Realbench was run at same tme as several open web sites, a chat site with music streamin on and other items open on the computer.

    Sorry folks, i do not get why this is needed at all to play games etc - perhaps someone can explain why i would want to install frankly dubious source (to my mind) software to unpark cores and real world useage advantages.

    Edit - To increase FPS in games wouldnt you wish to be making GPU changes instead?
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    Quote Originally Posted by martyn View Post
    To increase FPS in games wouldnt you wish to be making GPU changes instead?
    i totally agree with you in this one, but he's not forcing us to use it.
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