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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2019/03/18 01:36:06 (permalink)
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Welp for me I think I will skip this app, even with me playing around with the settings and getting used to it  I really dont see any real gains in performance for me, its no better or worse than before.

Same here.




Indeed, but I am not saying I would not recommend it.
Indeed I can see where it will help, especially on say a threadripper or Xeon setup where core utilization is not geared for gaming.
It would be wonders on a server too.
But personally, I will pass on this but YMMV


One person I was talking to hosts YouTube discussions and he runs different guests via VMs and he has solved a number of problems using the SET Affinity command.

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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2020/04/27 12:46:00 (permalink)
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I found your guide @community.amd and thought it was a very good read. Instead of walking the rest of my nerdy friends through BIOS OC on the mobile version of discord I have decided to suggest they try your Ryzen Master profile method.  
 
Unfortunately I had already spent 18 hours on discord assisting 4x excited and frustrated new to AMDers.
 
Anyway just wanted to say thx for write-up.
 
 
 

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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2020/05/04 23:33:08 (permalink)
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@OP
 
I found your guide @community.amd and thought it was a very good read. Instead of walking the rest of my nerdy friends through BIOS OC on the mobile version of discord I have decided to suggest they try your Ryzen Master profile method.  
 
Unfortunately I had already spent 18 hours on discord assisting 4x excited and frustrated new to AMDers.
 
Anyway just wanted to say thx for write-up.
 



Thinking about it, you could also look at "Set Affinity" as a per CCX "overclocking" that actually works.

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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/01/28 09:34:06 (permalink)
Good afternoon. 
 
My fastest CPU cores are CPU 0,1,& 2 under load according the reading from HWInfo. Does it affect the performance if I set the affinity using what seems to be the faster cores? New to this.
 
Thanks
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/01/28 10:35:23 (permalink)
Luring title but text wall prevent me to read it. Just too much to read.
 
Overclocking CPU (and optimizing your rig with tweaking every part) is unmatched way to gain performance.

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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/02/12 13:02:53 (permalink)
This sounds interesting but i am not a fan of extra software.
I think i will write a quick script that will do the job automatically and autostart it when the game start.
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/02/13 09:15:54 (permalink)
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Modern software is so bloated and inefficient in every way!
I know the 8-bit guy on youtube, who is creating his own Commodore 64 system, sometimes programs in machine code; just because it's so superior and efficient.
On those old PCs with limited resources, you could actually do that.
Then they have Lua, and other programming languages that are extremely basic, and more hardware dependent.
Then there's C, C++, and other very efficient programs.
However, most programs aren't created in C anymore. 
Especially programs created in J++, Java, and stuff, are so inefficient!
Most modern games are created of libraries of stuff, where only a fraction of the library is actually used; and very little is optimized.
 
In Unix (and linux), one can generate files from source code; which is much more efficient, but less convenient than a regular install file (.deb, .rpm, .run, .msi, or .exe file).


I am absolutly the same opinion.
It literally hurts sometimes if you see that the "software" you need to use your keyboardfunctions take 8gb of space, need always to run, use at least 300 MB of RAM and is still ****ty and unreliable.
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/02/13 09:17:15 (permalink)
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Luring title but text wall prevent me to read it. Just too much to read.
 
Overclocking CPU (and optimizing your rig with tweaking every part) is unmatched way to gain performance.


The Point here is, that there is an other way to get CPU Performance just by increase the managing of the resources.
You can combine it with overclocking and will get insane results.
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/02/13 09:40:25 (permalink)
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The Point here is, that there is an other way to get CPU Performance just by increase the managing of the resources.
You can combine it with overclocking and will get insane results.

Yeah, and then you got crashing on devices/applications that resources were taken off.
I've been in overclocking challenge/passion for over a 15 years and know quite a bit what and how long can bring you benefits from overclocking.
There is overclocking for benchmarking purposes only (last short as benchmark runs) - impressive result increase 
There is overclocking 24/7 that can sustain without crash any non benchmarking application, but hard to notice performance increase.
 
In both situation overclocking hardware is a way to go, as rearranging resources maybe works just for a limited scenarios. 
 
But hey, someone like easy less effective way while I (old school) like hard but more bold way.

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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/02/14 03:41:40 (permalink)
I've wrote a script that manages the CPU Affinity.
My Results are not impressive:
If i re-aply the affinity to all processes in a loop (with a 10 sec sleep) some Processes beginn to freeze: for Example the Windows Clock in the right down corner just stops, while the rest of the tastkbar respond.
After that I changed the Script that it only try to set the Affinity once per Process ID -> no More Frezzes.
But in the end I was not able to get any Benefit of it.
The FPS was either the same or less then I used the Affinity.
My Processor: Ryzen 9 5950X
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/04/20 18:37:33 (permalink)
Thanks
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/04/21 17:01:10 (permalink)
Very nice read. Was browsing OC stuff came around this thread. I downloaded it will give it a shot. Kind came across this affinity stuff while back when I was checking out task manager in windows 10 and came across affinity did click on it see what show voila CPU processes. Never did anything to it, Now I know how mess with it. Thank you

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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/04/24 18:25:49 (permalink)
This deserves a sticky. Might be basic to the pc wizards but for us it's an educational read.
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/04/28 06:36:24 (permalink)
interesting read
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/05/03 13:47:54 (permalink)
Just the kind of thing I'd like to try! I mean, if it doesn't work or something bad happens - just restart the computer lol
Thanx for posting this :)
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/05/07 10:29:58 (permalink)
very interesting! I didn't know any of this
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/05/07 18:37:06 (permalink)
Well this can be helpful to me, thanks mate.
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/05/14 07:46:12 (permalink)
Fabulous! thank you 

Keep it Simple
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/05/20 22:56:18 (permalink)
But can this cause some issue to some software or its normal? Its only a os to install this ?
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/06/04 18:22:05 (permalink)
Its insane how much more resource demanding Windows is now
 
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Re: How to easily get more performance from your CPU than overclocking, without overclocki 2021/06/07 01:27:40 (permalink)
Wow I actually really needed this! Tried it as soon as I got back to my apartment
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