+2 votes
in Suggestion by (120 points)
I think that a multithreading update will be a pleasure for people who have a ryzen CPU, because on some points of the map (especially where there is a lot of factories). FPS drops and when I'm looking my CPU usage, I see it's just on 10% load but just one core on 12 is used.

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+1 vote
by (3.4k points)
In the launcher, settings, satisfactory early access, additional command line arguments, "-USEALLAVAILABLECORES"
by (3.4k points)
I can only speak from my own experience, but my Ryzen 3 1300x shows a balanced load across my 4 cores using that argument.
0 votes
by (17.4k points)

There's not much they can do about this. This is a problem with the UE4 engine. It gets single-threaded when calculations like this are going. Even -USEALLAVAILABLECORES probably won't help. All you can do is make sure your cpu's raw Mhz is cranked as high as possible (maybe overclocking)

by (380 points)
but where do i put my power shards
by (17.4k points)
In your power shard bag.
by (380 points)
>>but where do i put my power shards

Into free RAM or PCIe slots, preferably the free RAM slots ;)
by (17.4k points)
Insert all power shards completely into ram from behind.
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