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Rid Streenger
09/03/2021, 11h59
There is a strange problem - the same test when choosing 18 cores shows the result almost 10% higher than with 20 cores.
We ran more than once sequentially one after another, in a different order. The result does not change.
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Who can tell you what the problem is and how to fix it?

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09/04/2021, 11h05
Maybe its due to the different clock speed?

Rid Streenger
18/04/2021, 22h39
No, the clock frequency does not change in both cases. Also, this is not related to parked kernels (I fixed the registry, rebooted the computer) Moreover, I launched two applications and sequentially ran the test with 18 and 20 threads - the difference is visible.