You can push the limit by overclocking, yes. The maximum return increased by 10% or 15%. You can set it to the fastest available RAM available to your computer. Like I found when I bought it, it only has 1300 MHz RAM, but it can accept 1680 MHz. That is a whole waiting state.
Okay, to be honest, this won’t make my computer much faster. RAM speed is not the only point. Because the cache is buffering most of the bottlenecks. This may be an effective speed of 1 to 2%.
The Place Where You Can Really Do Something Is In The Software.
Our modern software is a lot of swollen nonsense, far behind its effectiveness. We have 30 years of lasting Moore’s Law, and a year later our computers have doubled the speed anyway, so optimization is futile.
So far, we have lived for 30 years. This is our current codebase. Publish, publish, publish, etc. One of the most commonly used scientific libraries, the GNU scientific library contains part of the code, you can use optimized code to increase it by 30 times.
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Moreover, if you start looking for a better library, you may be able to achieve a real speed increase. On Linux, you can use LD_PRELOAD = your code.to ./program exchange library call as an example. If you find that all the powerful functions of the CPU in the system are wasted, and then kill the dirty code and replace it with better code, then the possibility of acceleration far exceeds that of the new processor.
Factor 30. Just like that *fragment*. Do this for no more than one or two hours.
Another place that can speed up the system is the hard drive. Most likely you are not alone on the CPU. For example, if you buy an SSD drive, its speed is about 50 times that of a traditional drive. Sufficient RAM is essential.
I just pushed my RAM limit from a trivial 16 GB to 24, and I will reach 32 soon. Because during the simple compilation of the LLVM project, I encountered swap space. This means that the consumption of 6 processors each requiring 3 GB RAM during this process is becoming very heavy, which means that the performance of your computer has dropped by 1,000 to 10,000. When I noticed the heavy disk, I was loading and checking on the way to sleep.
I had to reduce the processor to three, and the 3×3 GB = 9 GB compiler did not take up space but completed the work in a few minutes instead of hours or even days spent on swapping.
Know your machine. Know what happened under the hood. Mainly not the CPU. Under the king ma, the CPU did a good job. This is mainly the wrong usage.
Enable The Highest Performance Power Setting
Click Start, Control Panel, and then click Power Options.
Click the “Show other plans” drop-down arrow. Enable the “High Performance” option, and then click “Change Schedule Settings.”
Click the “Change advanced power settings” link in the new window. The “Power Options” window appears.
Click the “+” sign next to the “Processor Power Management” value, and then click “Minimum Processor State”. Click the “Settings%” tab and change the value in the box field to “100”.
Click “System Cooling Strategy”, and then click the “Settings” tab. Change the value to “active”.
Click “Maximum Processor State”, and then click “Settings.” Change the value to “100”.
Click the “Apply” button, and then click “OK”. Click the “Back” arrow button in the “Edit Plan Settings” window. Close the Select Power Plan window. Windows applies the changes to the power settings and uses 100% of the processor’s available power for active applications on the screen.
Increase The CPU Usage Priority Of The Application
Start the application for which you want to increase the priority of CPU usage in Windows.
Right-click the Windows taskbar, and then click “Start Windows Task Manager.”
Click the “Applications” tab in the Windows Task Manager window. Right-click the application name, and then click Go to Process. The Processing tab will open, highlighting the processing of the application.
Right-click on the highlighted process and click “Set Priority.” Select “Real-Time” in the pop-up list.
Close the Windows Task Manager window. After setting the priority of an application to “real-time”, even if you minimize it to the taskbar and make another program window active, Windows will use as much available CPU power as possible for the selected program.