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    Just found this on the Mixvibes Site:

    Quote Originally Posted by by dj_cross_fade on 08 May 2010, 21:36

    so i got this from a game that i play battlefield bad company 2 for the PC

    here's how it looks like
    C:\Program Files (x86)\MixVibes\Cross 1.3.2\Cross.exe" +fullproc

    be warned this is only for PC's that have more than one core cpu .

    so add +fullproc at the end of your short cut

    then iTunes will load alil faster in Cross
    Gonna try adding the "+fullproc" to my Traktor shortcut when I get home. Gotta be worth a try...
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    Traktor is already capable of using multiple cores.

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    And it has its own built-in Multi Core option in the settings.
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    Traktor does not use multiple cores/threads like games do. There is a massive amount more happening in games to properly utilise multiple cores/threads.

    From what I can see Traktor only used multiple cores/threads when analysing tracks, in general playback it only ever has 1 active core/thread. In my X58 i7 pc Traktor sits at about 2% usage and bumps up to 15% when I load a track that it analyses and on the bar graph (threads) this is seen as 1 thread peaking out (12.5% of my total CPU power available).

    You can go into Resource Monitor to see a bit more about what's going on.

    Also, there's another registry mod to make sure that all of your CPU threads do not park/sleep (another gaming trick to stop stutters) but from what I remember it's only useful on 4 core or more processors.
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    Exactly, so using this command is going to do squat.

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