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Cores 1 and 3 always show a shitload more activity than cores 2 and 4. What's up with that?
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Eh
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>>64096766
>Mac
Found your problem.
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>>64096766
Aren't those threads?
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>>64096766
The old ass programs you are using dont take advantage of multi-threaded CPUs.
Next time post this garbage in /sqt/
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>>64096820
I'm pretty sure those bars represent the percentage of CPU cycles being used.
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>>64096802
I knew it was only a matter of time. :-P
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>>64096802
/thread
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>>64096820
Depends on the processor. It might be a four core machine without simultaneous multithreading or a two core machine with it.
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It means you have a dual-core with hyperthreading, and the default behavior is to offload processes directly onto cores first. 1 and 3 are the actual core threads, 2 and 4 are hyperthreaded.
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>>64096820
most likely, just like me
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>>64096766
Post your specs lad. If it's a laptop, you've probably got a hyperthreaded dual core and it's correctly balancing activity between the two real cores.

>>64096948
Didn't see that until I'd finished typing mine, fug
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you probably have 2core4thread CPU
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>>64096820
Yes
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Well how the fuck do you plan to better distribute two heavyweight threads over 4 hardware threads?




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