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teleportation cpu and game problem


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I think you dont understand how a cpu works.

Having a process opened, doesnt mean the cpu will dedicate the same work to it.

It the load is low or none, the cpu will not use its capacity to process it, as there is nothing to process.

In the other way, it will use its capacity to process what needs to be processed.

 

So while teleporting it rises the cpu usage, well, because its disconecting you from a map, loading the new map, checking for stuff that exist like if you can enter said map, etc, so of course you will see cpu usage % increasing a bit.

 

Also, the cpu usages you wrote are literally NOTHING, JUST INSIGNIFICANT.

If a single game instance was being constantly at 85/90%+ cpu, there sure something was not alright, but those % are just a normal behavior from a normal cpu.

The other instances are at 0% because no one is there doing nothing, so they barelly need process power, just basically just sit there.

 

Have you understood this a bit now? it was already explained to you on another topic.

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6 minutes ago, tierrilopes said:

I think you dont understand how a cpu works.

Having a process opened, doesnt mean the cpu will dedicate the same work to it.

It the load is low or none, the cpu will not use its capacity to process it, as there is nothing to process.

In the other way, it will use its capacity to process what needs to be processed.

 

So while teleporting it rises the cpu usage, well, because its disconecting you from a map, loading the new map, checking for stuff that exist like if you can enter said map, etc, so of course you will see cpu usage % increasing a bit.

 

Also, the cpu usages you wrote are literally NOTHING, JUST INSIGNIFICANT.

If a single game instance was being constantly at 85/90%+ cpu, there sure something was not alright, but those % are just a normal behavior from a normal cpu.

The other instances are at 0% because no one is there doing nothing, so they barelly need process power, just basically just sit there.

 

Have you understood this a bit now? it was already explained to you on another topic.

thank u so much ❤️

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