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If I'm not mistaken, the 1.0.2 patch puts the sound processes on a second core.

Otherwise, with the task manager open, go the processes tab, then right click on the process you want to change. A drop-down menu will appear, and one of the options says "set affinity". Click on it, and you will be presented with a list of cores.

On my system, a quad core, I get an options to use all processors, or CPU 0 thru 7. Anybody else know why there are more CPUs than I have?

I only respond to that little mechanical voice that says "Terrain! Terrain! Pull Up! Pull Up!"

 

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It is in fact, an i7.

I only respond to that little mechanical voice that says "Terrain! Terrain! Pull Up! Pull Up!"

 

Who can say what is impossible, for the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow.

-Robert Goddard

 

"A hybrid. A car for enthusiasts of armpit hair and brown rice." -Jeremy Clarkson

 

"I swear by my pretty floral bonet, I will end you." -Mal from Firefly

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