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    Windows 10 19H2 to recognise favoured CPU cores

    Change could mean up to 15 per cent better single thread performance says Intel.
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    Re: Windows 10 19H2 to recognise favoured CPU cores

    Oh great, unless you have a 10th Gen
    Intel CPU then no prize for you. I guess
    Microsoft was dragged kicking and screaming
    to optimize for extra cores. Just like
    when AMD brought out Mantle because Microsoft
    wouldn't update DX11. In 2019 only 5% of games
    run DX12 from the ground up. Software progress
    at a snails pace.

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    Re: Windows 10 19H2 to recognise favoured CPU cores

    Intel playing catch up - shame you need a future (on desktop) processor to use this, while AMD are already doing it...

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