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DVDrebuilder with CCE core I7 cpu load

Discussion in 'DVD / BD-Rebuilder forum' started by pippocalo, Dec 13, 2010.

  1. pippocalo

    pippocalo Member

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    I know that CCE is unable to use the power of a multicore cpu like core i7. However I have another problem : the encoding with CCE starts with a cpu load of 38% and with a "speed" of encodig of about 12 ( i suppose frame/sec); after some minutes the cpu load decrease to 22% and the speed of encoding decrease at 9-10 frame/sec.
    Someone have an idea?

    My OS is win7 64 bit
    cce SP2
    Cpu is Core i7 920 overclocked at 3,2 Ghz
    Ram is 1600 but operates at 1200


    Thanks
     
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    What are your "encoder priority" settings?

    Settings>Encoder Priority
     
  3. pippocalo

    pippocalo Member

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    Classfour
    thanks for you answer
    The priority is "normal"

    In the meantime i did discoved that if I disable in bios both "C1E Support" and "C-State tech" the problem disappears.

    Seems like DVDrebuilder was not able to engage hard the CPU and the sistem trottle between work and idle state .

    I am curious to know if other people with CPU like mine find the same situations.

    Bye
     
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    I use i7 950 and stopped using CCE in favor of Hank's (HC mode). It uses all cores and with hyper-threading, i see 8 windows pop up during encode. I have C1E support off in BIOS also and have not seen this issue, but its logical that it could be an issue.
     

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