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CPU Affinity Shortcut for a Program - Create in Windows


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Has anyone got this working with OBS Studio 64 bit? I got mine to work, I wanted to contribute to this thread.

This forum is frustrating... I can't post to this thread without Cloudflare blocking it! I get

"Oops! We ran into some problems.
Oops! We ran into some problems. Please try again later. More error details may be in the browser console."

It's blocking he command that OP is talking about. Below is a screenshot of how I got OBS running with this command.

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This forum is frustrating... I can't post to this thread without Cloudflare blocking it! I get

"Oops! We ran into some problems.
Oops! We ran into some problems. Please try again later. More error details may be in the browser console."
I 've never seen it do that before, are you trying to attach something?
 

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I 've never seen it do that before, are you trying to attach something?
No, I think it has to do with the lines where quotes and .exe is. In the screenshot the second line seems to trigger the Cloudflare error.

One thing to note: I changed my hexadecimal to F to utilize 4 CPU's. OBS didn't like being limited to 2.
 

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Hi Brink,
Excellent post and valuable information. However, I currently have AMD Ryzen 3700x CPU 8 cores, but in task manager I see 16 cores, see snip below. Could you please let me know which of them I have to choose in order to allocate my last core (8)? Do I have to take into consideration 2 cores (I assume one of them is virtual core?). Or do I just allocate one of them? I am running a game which is designed to run on just one core therefore I wanted to allocate my last core which is used the least by my PC and would not interfere with other processes. I tried to allocate myself and noticed that the 14th is the 8th core but then I am left with the 15th core as per task manager. So what do I do with this - should I allocate it together with the 14th core assuming that 2x cores per task manager = 1 real core?

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Your input would be much appreciated.
 

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Hello @SweetPapaya, and welcome to Eight Forums. :)

AMD has multithreading like Intel's Hyper Threading.

It doubles your physical 8 cores to effectively be 16 (0 to 15) instead.

You could use core 15 for the last one.
 

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Hello @SweetPapaya, and welcome to Eight Forums. :)

AMD has multithreading like Intel's Hyper Threading.

It doubles your physical 8 cores to effectively be 16 (0 to 15) instead.

You could use core 15 for the last one.
Thank you, Brink :)

What about core 14 then? Do they not work in a pair?
 

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Thank you, Brink :)

What about core 14 then? Do they not work in a pair?

They will behave as single cores, but you could select more than one if wanted.
 

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