Thread started by mlazzje on Sunday, 5:43pm January 10th with 23 replies. Views: 4,062
5:43pm Jan 10th 16
In order to check if CoD2 uses only one single core, launch CoD2. Go to task manager :
1. process tab
2. click on the button at the bottom left "Print process for all users" (or something like that)
3. click right on "CoD2MP_s.exe"
4. click on "Set affinity"
5. Check if only CPU 0 is checked.
If only CPU 0 is checked, it means that CoD2 use only one core. If CoD2 is still running, go back in your task manager and click on "Performance" tab, you will that your CPU 0 is overused :s
You can tick all CPUs if you want, but you'll have to it every time when you launch CoD2 :s
I don't know if somebody is interested by a solution, but now my CoD2 (even with CGAC) is running on my 8 cores. That's why I stream CoD2 without any lag http://www.twitch.tv/mlazzje
9:14am Jan 12th 16
I created 2 .bat files (executable files) to run CGAC or CoD2 on eight cores (even if I know CoD2 will use 2 cores max).
set root="E:\Program Files (x86)\Call of Duty 2"
CD /D %root%
start "CoD2" /affinity 255 "CoD2MP_s.exe"
CGAC (if you launch CoD2 with CGAC, the game will use the parent's affinity (CGAC affinity)).
set root="E:\Program Files (x86)\CyberGamer"
CD /D %root%
start "CGAC" /affinity 255 "cgac.exe"
Put affinity 15 if you want to alloc 4 cores or affinity 3 for two cores.
11:10am Jan 12th 16
badkip you aren't doing it for money -> http://www.esportsheaven.com/articles/view/5116/cybergamer-anticheat-and-its-first-banwave