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Old 03-28-2012, 10:31 PM   #1
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99% CPU usage

sorry its actually GPU usage

i noticed that when i look at some custom levels i made where there is a condensed ball of particles my cpu usgae goes thru the roof. i know it should normally go up a bit but it spikes from about 25% usage to 99% right when i look at these objects.

it only happens in 3d anaglyph mode. normal mode does have any change in processing.

whats this all about?

Graphics: Nvidia gtx560ti

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Old 04-10-2012, 12:16 AM   #2
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sorry its actually GPU usage

i noticed that when i look at some custom levels i made where there is a condensed ball of particles my cpu usgae goes thru the roof. i know it should normally go up a bit but it spikes from about 25% usage to 99% right when i look at these objects.

it only happens in 3d anaglyph mode. normal mode does have any change in processing.

whats this all about?

Graphics: Nvidia gtx560ti
Hmm, I don't know for sure but maybe some things activate software fall-back for some reason. You can send the scenes and log.txt to me by mail.

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