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Old 07-07-2020, 01:29 PM   #61
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Virtual cores are also counted.

But does it count all cores? Or show them, rather.
Gotta admit I go by my (poor) memory here, but I seem to remember it stops showing penguins at some point?
If you have enough of them I mean.
Computers (even desktop computers) these days can have 16+ cores (plus threads).
32 penguins? Even 64 and 128 cores isn't unheard of these days (granted, you're typically talking fairly expensive server hardware, but still)... that would be a whole lot of penguins :-D (Now I'm looking for a tux icon ;-) )

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Old 07-07-2020, 01:38 PM   #62
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IIRC someone said on another thread that they would fill that line on top of the screen until they disappear.
I think this makes sense since the screen would be filled with Tuxes (is the plural right?).
Would be nice to see a picture of a boot with that Ryzen and two monitors to see if they propagate

Oh, right, somehow I overlooked this post before posting myself.


As for two (or more) monitors; The system only shows the same on all monitors connected during boot.
On my system it initially shows it on two monitors, later in the boot (after graphics mode has been set) it comes up on all monitors (four in my case). Otherwise an interesting idea... "Hmmm, I got more system cores, now I also have to get another monitor."
Maybe an excuse to get those 49" ultra wide curved monitors?


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Old 07-07-2020, 03:20 PM   #63
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Oh, right, somehow I overlooked this post before posting myself.


As for two (or more) monitors; The system only shows the same on all monitors connected during boot.
On my system it initially shows it on two monitors, later in the boot (after graphics mode has been set) it comes up on all monitors (four in my case). Otherwise an interesting idea...
Thanks, I didn't know that, never plugged more than one monitor
 
  


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