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1-09-2012 @ 3:20PM
The AffinityMask setting was rolled into the default game a couple of years ago. In fact, changing that setting in the config.wtf file does nothing, it ignores it. The game automatically sets it to whatever cores it detects. The settings are changed because the game defaults to all cores.The point you missed was FULLY utilizing all cores. The game can take advantage of multiple cores, but it does not take full advantage of it. The extra cores are only doing a little processing. They aren't dividing up the load like they could, and increase the performance even more.But you can still get more performance out of it. You can set your Windows to run on the third or fourth core as it's primary core, leaving the first two to be dedicated to the game.
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