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Hardware (CPU's) and how well they perform

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Hey all,

In the market for a Ryzen 7 and check pricing multiple times per day.

Is anyone running a Ryzen 7 CPU?

If so, may I ask which one and how happy you are with its performance?

If anyone is willing to name their chip and roughly how many TRiBot instances they can have simultaneously, it would be incredibly helpful.  Feel free to PM if you don't want to post in public.

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Can use these benchmark sites to compare CPUs:
http://cpuboss.com/compare-cpus
https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/

I don't believe TRiBot or RS utilize multithreading, so single core performance is what you want to compare if botting is your goal.
 

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2 hours ago, YoHoJo said:

I don't believe TRiBot or RS utilize multithreading, so single core performance is what you want to compare if botting is your goal.

As long as you are running more clients than you have cores your cpu will be used to it's full potential (I think).

It's difficult to say how many clients a processor can run. It all depends on which script and settings you use. But you can get some idea by comparing benchmarks of a cpu you have to the one you want to buy.

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11 hours ago, YoHoJo said:

I don't believe TRiBot or RS utilize multithreading, so single core performance is what you want to compare if botting is your goal.

Do you think having multiple clients all set up on different cores via task manager would create some sort of manual multi-threading?

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9 hours ago, botuser420 said:

I think any decent operating system does this by default.

^

It doesn't matter if a program is not optimized for being run on multiple processors (cores). As long as there are multiple running processes (i.e. multiple client instances), the OS will distribute the workload evenly on all the available cores.

 

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On 5/8/2019 at 12:29 AM, Potoghi said:

I've got an i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.8ghz running a measly 15 bots atm :D . Is that good or bad 🙄

That's exceptional.  Based on my calculations, a script with moderate to low demand likes about 2GHz on the safe side, so you're well clear of that!

On 5/8/2019 at 1:30 AM, YoHoJo said:

Can use these benchmark sites to compare CPUs:
http://cpuboss.com/compare-cpus
https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/

I don't believe TRiBot or RS utilize multithreading, so single core performance is what you want to compare if botting is your goal.
 

You can setup a deal alert on https://slickdeals.net/ to get an alert when a product of interest is on sale.

Much love YoHo

Going to set some alerts right now!!!!! 🤩

22 hours ago, dfewsloc said:

got ryzen 5 2600 running 50 bots

While I'm profoundly skeptical of your numbers, I appreciate the input.

13 hours ago, IceKontroI said:

Do you think having multiple clients all set up on different cores via task manager would create some sort of manual multi-threading?

🤯 definitely might have to give that a try.  Imagine assigning a thread count per instance 🧐

 

2 hours ago, Einstein said:

^

It doesn't matter if a program is not optimized for being run on multiple processors (cores). As long as there are multiple running processes (i.e. multiple client instances), the OS will distribute the workload evenly on all the available cores.

 

Al would be proud.

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