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17th June 2014, 06:14 AM |#11  
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u're right about the i7 , but the OS reads those threads as cores not threads which gives me the opportunity to set rendering on 3dsmax for example on 7 cores and leave one core for pc usage

so i believe that the VB can also read them as 8 cores ? no idea but if 2 cores makes no noteable difference than 4 or more then its cool

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In 3dsmax, Maya, etc. that works but in Virtualbox it won't let you do that as it won't let you set more then the actual physical number of CPU cores your processor has. But, again leaving it at the 2 cores should be more then fine for this situation. On a side-note adding on the the post below yours, while Wubi is good for people who want to experiment with Ubuntu for doing intense tasks the Wubi installation method doesn't have good performance and can cause other headaches down the road.
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In 3dsmax, Maya, etc. that works but in Virtualbox it won't let you do that as it won't let you set more then the actual physical number of CPU cores your processor has. But, again leaving it at the 2 cores should be more then fine for this situation. On a side-note adding on the the post below yours, while Wubi is good for people who want to experiment with Ubuntu for doing intense tasks the Wubi installation method doesn't have good performance and can cause other headaches down the road.

ok then i guess am good to go , thank you very much shimp.. u really helped me out u have no idea

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