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    Is a full time dual core kernel like f4 phantom more taxing on the processor? Im just wondering if it hurts the life of it more as compared to a single core overclock kernel like warthog or f15
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuyFromNam View Post
    If you have to ask...
    can u answer haha ?
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    He was being a bit sarcastic because a kernel that forces the cores to always be active will obvious stress things i=(ie your battery) more than if one of the cores in allowed to go to sleep some of the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anifan View Post
    He was being a bit sarcastic because a kernel that forces the cores to always be active will obvious stress things i=(ie your battery) more than if one of the cores in allowed to go to sleep some of the time.
    hahaha ohh okay thanks for clarifying ;P

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