very funny picture op, but actually having at least 2 cores has a huge impact on performance
that's not how cores work. don't be a retard, senpai.
I wonder if this has ever been posted before.
>He doesn't know that kernels can and do schedule processes on each core to run simultaneously.
It's like you don't even know how computers even work. What makes you think you have the right to judge multi core if you don't know how computers even computer?
2 or 4 cores is OK
More than 4 cores is almost useless except in some specific cases. For most users you're just gonna be having idle cores all the time.
AMD shills will deny this.
these aren't really 'specific cases'. millions of people need this.
its incredibly useful.
just because you only browse 4chan and rice your desktop, doesn't mean others won't have a use for it.
If they were trying to build 2 houses at the same time though in some kind of assembly line fashion. Then they would get shit done.
The problem is that things aren't programmed to utilize the capability of multiple cores.
Can you please not post coherent, accurate replies? It makes it hard for me to get my shilling shekels from Intel.
Please refrain from posting flamewar-inducing threads on /g/.
They're not funny, they're an edgy grab for replies that floods the board with shit.
Do you like talking about technology? If so, then do so civilly. It isn't that hard to start a thread asking a question like "What are the pros/cons of NVidia vs. AMD?" or "What are the pros/cons of Apple devices vs. other computer manufacturers?"
Your thread is just cluttering /g/ with filth, and should probably be pruned/deleted
Speaking of cores: Is Core unparking a meme? Or does it legitimately improve performance for any task?
Set to High performance if you want maximum performance don't forget to set the same for your Nvidia GPU in the Nvidia Control Panel "Prefer Maximum performance" in Power management mode.
Frankly I use Balanced because I didn't noticed any difference between Balanced and High Performance, in the Balanced preset the CPU cores will down clock to save power and go up when it needs more power, stuff like "but what if it down clocks wouldn't that cause bad performance" don't apply anymore as windows is pretty smart about it now,pretty much any 3D application will keep the CPU high clocked.
Using the High Performance will keep the CPU cores clock at it maximum value at all times.
Don't forget to update your Intel MEI drivers too!
Also using the Power Saving preset is good too, thats what I use when I leave my PC downloading at nights, just disable the PC going to sleep and HDs shutting down, it really does saves ALOT of power.