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== Discussion: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (GC) - Hyperthreading ==
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== Forum Ban ==
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Tried to access the forum sometime ago and suddenly it says I'm banned. Sounds like that pesky IP bug + someone using the purge spammer button. Not sure if you're aware but I think it's work mentioning (I would go to IRC instead but I can't at the moment)... - [[User:mbc07|mbc07]] ([[User talk:mbc07|talk]]) 18:41, 22 June 2016 (CEST)
  
***(cur | prev)  15:09, 24 September 2012‎ MaJoR (Talk | contribs)‎ (18,035 bytes) (Undo revision 38578 by 98.249.80.249 (talk) Lock Threads to Cores and LLE on Thread can be used to fix problems with Hyperthreading.) (undo)
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Per IRC, there is apparently a problem with the Dolphin forum site atm. They are looking into it.[[User:Kolano|Kolano]] ([[User talk:Kolano|talk]]) 19:00, 22 June 2016 (CEST)
***(cur | prev) 09:48, 24 September 2012‎ 98.249.80.249 (Talk)‎ (18,151 bytes) (→Sound issues:  Hyper-Threading supported CPU(s) can have performance impacted if it is enabled in the bios) (undo)
 
98.249.80.249 == Neoh4x0r
 
  
I know this is mentioned in the Config section of http://wiki.dolphin-emulator.com/index.php?title=Performance_guide
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== Adding JMC4789 to sysop group ==
  
However:
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I always thought JMC4789 already had sysop privileges (aka administrator) here, but that seems to not be the case, as I noticed today. I think we should promote him... - [[User:mbc07|mbc07]] ([[User talk:mbc07|talk]]) 00:36, 12 July 2016 (CEST)
* Tested with Dolphin-win-x64-v3.0-767
 
* My processor is in an Intel Core i7-2600 on an intel H67 motherboard from asus (CM6580-01) which cannot be overclocked (I believe that you need an intel P67 to overclock through the BIOS).
 
* So my cpu is stuck at 3.4GHz (turbo to 3.8GHz, but never goes above 3.6Ghz, definetly not 4.0Ghz+ [as most people have stated for DPS LLE Preformance])
 
I enabled accurate vbeam emulation (this got rid of the audio skipping with DSP LLE, but dropped from 30fps to 15fps) [without vbeam, I believe it was 30fps, but the audio would skip]
 
  
-- '''I tried enabled 'Lock threads to core'''' and several other options, '''none of them worked.'''
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:I don't really agree... I mean, he's someone I've known for a long time, and a good friend, but... he is a stubborn and determined individual. It's kind of his strongsuit - he jumps in and gets things done and moves on. But there is some complications to that kind of personality. He doesn't respond well to consensus and complex discussions, he gets frustrated by beauracracy and just wants everything out of the way so he can work. And I can't imagine him responding well to the consensus turning against him; I think he'd either blast everyone and do it anyway or just go f you and quit the wiki. Working on his own testing games is where he can really shine, with little to no restrictions and total freedom to channel his incredible energy toward a great goal. I guess I just don't think wiki administration is a good fit for him. It usually requires someone who is reserved and patient, while he is bold and determined, and easily frustrated.  I don't think just making things more convenient is a good reason for such a move. There are a lot of responsibilities that come with the position. - [[User:MayImilae|MayImilae]] ([[User talk:MayImilae|talk]]) 01:04, 12 July 2016 (CEST)
  
'''When I disabled hyper-threading''' in the BIOS (so my system would appear to windows as a quad-core, rather and a system with 8 cores)
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:: Now that you brought the roles and tasks of a wiki admin to the table, that makes sense. However I was thinking more about granting him permission to edit protected pages without needing to ask us first when I suggested that, not to actually make him act as a sysop (more like you're a "backup" admin at the forums, for example), so it's probably worth considering it? Another useful scenario I see, for example, is when we get random users that get into editing fights with erroneous or wrong info. On those cases we lock the page, and that would also kick out JMC47 of that protected page even through there's a good chance of him having correct info or tests to back up the info he might have about a game. - [[User:mbc07|mbc07]] ([[User talk:mbc07|talk]]) 01:57, 12 July 2016 (CEST)
After, that (disabled vbeam emulation) and I had no audio skipping and was maxing out at 30fps (no slow down) [have not been to hyrule field yet] -- link almost moves too fast now.
 
  
This is way I added the comment to the Twlighe Princess page -- maybe a note about 'hyper-threading' should be added to the Performance guide, just as a side note (allowing a user to test that and see if it works, when all else fails)
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::: Hmmm, maybe, we'd need to make it clear though. Let's see what Kolano thinks! - [[User:MayImilae|MayImilae]] ([[User talk:MayImilae|talk]]) 03:20, 12 July 2016 (CEST)
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Latest revision as of 21:56, 6 August 2017

Forum Ban

Tried to access the forum sometime ago and suddenly it says I'm banned. Sounds like that pesky IP bug + someone using the purge spammer button. Not sure if you're aware but I think it's work mentioning (I would go to IRC instead but I can't at the moment)... - mbc07 (talk) 18:41, 22 June 2016 (CEST)

Per IRC, there is apparently a problem with the Dolphin forum site atm. They are looking into it.Kolano (talk) 19:00, 22 June 2016 (CEST)

Adding JMC4789 to sysop group

I always thought JMC4789 already had sysop privileges (aka administrator) here, but that seems to not be the case, as I noticed today. I think we should promote him... - mbc07 (talk) 00:36, 12 July 2016 (CEST)

I don't really agree... I mean, he's someone I've known for a long time, and a good friend, but... he is a stubborn and determined individual. It's kind of his strongsuit - he jumps in and gets things done and moves on. But there is some complications to that kind of personality. He doesn't respond well to consensus and complex discussions, he gets frustrated by beauracracy and just wants everything out of the way so he can work. And I can't imagine him responding well to the consensus turning against him; I think he'd either blast everyone and do it anyway or just go f you and quit the wiki. Working on his own testing games is where he can really shine, with little to no restrictions and total freedom to channel his incredible energy toward a great goal. I guess I just don't think wiki administration is a good fit for him. It usually requires someone who is reserved and patient, while he is bold and determined, and easily frustrated. I don't think just making things more convenient is a good reason for such a move. There are a lot of responsibilities that come with the position. - MayImilae (talk) 01:04, 12 July 2016 (CEST)
Now that you brought the roles and tasks of a wiki admin to the table, that makes sense. However I was thinking more about granting him permission to edit protected pages without needing to ask us first when I suggested that, not to actually make him act as a sysop (more like you're a "backup" admin at the forums, for example), so it's probably worth considering it? Another useful scenario I see, for example, is when we get random users that get into editing fights with erroneous or wrong info. On those cases we lock the page, and that would also kick out JMC47 of that protected page even through there's a good chance of him having correct info or tests to back up the info he might have about a game. - mbc07 (talk) 01:57, 12 July 2016 (CEST)
Hmmm, maybe, we'd need to make it clear though. Let's see what Kolano thinks! - MayImilae (talk) 03:20, 12 July 2016 (CEST)