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Does D3 only utilize a single core?

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User Info: unsolidsnake

5 years ago#1
I have this little monitoring app on my G19 that shows CPU usage and has a little usage bar for each core of my 1090t. In Diablo one of the cores is at a steady 100% usage, and all the others stay around 5%-10%

Just wondering. The game doesn't really feel smooth enough to be running on my 7970...

User Info: Louisville15

5 years ago#2
Runs perfectly fine on my PC.
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User Info: unsolidsnake

5 years ago#3
It runs fine, and FRAPS tracks it at 55-60fps all the time. Idk maybe the choppiness I'm seeing is server lag. it seems like it ran better before today.

User Info: godplaysSNES

5 years ago#4
Never seen any benchmark that proves it to scale beyond 2 cores
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User Info: Shadow Edge

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5 years ago#5
Clock by clock, my i3-2100 is better. I still get framerate drops on my 5850. I went as low as 20s when there were a ****load of things happenin.
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