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Old 4th December 2009, 10:23   #9
QOAL
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AVS uses the CPU to do all it's work, as opposed to Milkdrop which off loads the rendering to the GPU.
So yes, AVS eats your CPU for breakfast (Or at least one core of it) and then wants more!

If you're planning on using any CPU expensive applications then it's best to not have AVS running at the same time, unless you enjoy waiting.

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