Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by buddhatree, Jan 9, 2012.
Just wondering if the command +fullproc will still be needed or even work in rF2?
Most probably not, since rFactor 2 will take a big advantage of multi-core cpus.
rF2 is already built to use multiple cores (two at present, more likely in future if available).
Forgive my ignorance, but what does that command do? sounds interesting.
read rf manual.
I won't say I'm suprised you have negative feedback.
Enables rf1 to use more than one processor I do beleave mikey
Asking you to read what already has been written about that parametrer in an official documentation for rFactor, you call a negative feedback?
My point was he could easily have answered me and been helpful, but instead brushed me off with read manual.
Yep, he was totally out of line on that one. You didn't deserve that kind of answer for your question.
What he should have written was just "RTFM."
He very well could have written rtfm, but chose not to.
Or he could have, you know, not been an ass and written that it enables rFactor to use multiple processor cores, resulting in better performance. Pretty simple really, no more effort in it than his comment.
It is text, how can you read what tone it was written with?
If I had a dollar for every time I've told my GF that....
u guys are all like kids...
so ffs stfu
Yea well done on bringing some maturity to the discussion. Everyone should look up to you.
waaaa.... u want 40cents.
I love irony.
I hate irony, its bad enough that my missus makes me do the dishes after dinner, I,m not doing the irony as well.
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