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How to make Autodesk Revit run more smoothly with 8-core?

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11-06-2012 11:46 PM

Hi,

 

My computer has 8 cores. When the Autodesk Revit is running, 

the computer shows that only one of the eight coreis processing. 

The other seven cores are not being used at that time.

How can I use the other seven cores together to make the Autodesk Revit run more smoothly 

and quickly?

 

My processor model number is Intel(R) Core(TM)i7 CPU  950 @  3.07GHz   3.07GHz

 

Looking forward to your soonest reply. 

Best regards & Thanks,

Kevin

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dhurtubise
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Re: How to make Autodesk Revit run more smoothly with 8-core?

11-07-2012 02:30 AM in reply to: 732861

Which version are you running?

Then look at tht post http://revitit.com/blog/?p=443

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DParkRMAK
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Re: How to make Autodesk Revit run more smoothly with 8-core?

11-19-2012 12:23 PM in reply to: dhurtubise

dhurtubise wrote:

Which version are you running?

Then look at tht post http://revitit.com/blog/?p=443


Thanks for this link. I set all my cores to 100% and it made a significant improvement working with large models.

 

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