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PC Support Muilti core CPU's

MINECLOWN666

Terrarian
Iv noticed an issue with terraria when ever i play the game it only runs on One (1) of my CPU Cores I have a Intel i7-4790K. I'm wondering if there is a patch that could be applied to the game so it utilizes all of my core not just One (1) or if there is a game file i could edit so the game uses more then One (1) core. When i play other games like Borderlands 2 or batman arkham origins my CPU temp is only 32C at max but when i play terraria the temp is ~45C. I do have a liquid cooling system its a Swiftech H220

If you guys could patch the game so it will use more then One (1) core would be great and i would play the game more often
 

i19z

Terrarian
Iv noticed an issue with terraria when ever i play the game it only runs on One (1) of my CPU Cores I have a Intel i7-4790K. I'm wondering if there is a patch that could be applied to the game so it utilizes all of my core not just One (1) or if there is a game file i could edit so the game uses more then One (1) core. When i play other games like Borderlands 2 or batman arkham origins my CPU temp is only 32C at max but when i play terraria the temp is ~45C. I do have a liquid cooling system its a Swiftech H220

If you guys could patch the game so it will use more then One (1) core would be great and i would play the game more often
Support!!!, yes we need this definitely, I think the game has multi-core lighting already, but not multi-core processing.
 

Shockah

Grandson of The Wizard
Nothing you can do about it. It's how Terraria works; everything has to be updated in order, which means no threading, which means no additional cores. The only thing that does use additional threads is worldgen / world loading/saving / entering hardmode.
 
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