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Old 04-09-2020, 11:02 AM
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Default Cpu setter / disabling hyper threading/ 2020.3

Back on mbpro I found this app
Cpusetter which disables hyperthreading and confinds pt to just real cores
I found that pt was easily confused by HThread.. and would give errors
Now on 6,1 12 core I still use it

Does anyone think this hyperthreading Perfomance on 2020.3 is better

I’ve tested but can’t tell, just looking for thoughts on anyone that uses cpusetter
As I discovered it here
Very handy app
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