Op 14/01/2021 om 18:13 schreef Alain Martel:
> Leaving the rendering priority to normal and using all logical cores all
> the time and I experience no slowing down for the other processes.
> IF I set the rendering priority to high, then I do need to reserve at
> least one core for other tasks.
> The normal priority set the rendering effective priority to «lower than
> normal» while the high priority do set the effective priority to high.
Ah, ok. I still have ingrained habits from older times it seems ;-)
However, I do prefer to set a bit lower number of WT's on my laptop
because of the insane noise of the fans otherwise when rendering complex
scenes. Maybe I should use Duty Cycle instead... It is something I have
not thought about really seriously.
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