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TRiBot Beta 4.00_0 Release Candidate Instructions

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Using 770mb ram when running quite a light script that is mainly sleeping :P But using less CPU I believe as I was running quite a lot things; skype/notepads/msn windows/few firefox browsers/playing music and just using 12% CPU so that is nice I guess lol.

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I don't think my settings are optimized either.

http://puu.sh/1cN29

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Using 770mb ram when running quite a light script that is mainly sleeping :P But using less CPU I believe as I was running quite a lot things; skype/notepads/msn windows/few firefox browsers/playing music and just using 12% CPU so that is nice I guess lol.

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I don't think my settings are optimized either.

http://puu.sh/1cN29

It's good to see that 4.00_0 is working for you. :) ~700mb is standard for one client running... about half of that is the TPS map. I'm gonna try and load the TPS map natively because Java's garbage collection sucks and it doesn't clear the 300mb or so of memory that's not being used.

The CPU usage is what has been brought down this release.

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I'm Running with Paintable at (10) I get about 20-30% usage on one script in CPU, which it use to be 40+ my ram is about 679K, So very good :)

Mat

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