31 minutes ago, JefeB said:
Not really, minimal auto OCing on the CPU via ASUS BIOS, XMP on the RAM, and like 7% using Afterburner for the GPU. It's pretty much stock, as I'm a noob OCer. In fact, I'm such a noob that setting threads to dedicated tasks sounds like Greek to me.
It's not that hard, F@H client has a build in feature for that.
Right click on the F@H icon in the taskbar -> 'Advanced Control'
'Configure' -> 'Slots'
select cpu -> 'edit'
under 'CPUs' you should put the number of threads that the cpu should use, in your case that will be 22
Click ok and you're done
If this doesn't help, you can try lowering the priority of the folding processes
From the 'Configure' window -> 'Advanced' -> 'Folding Core Priority' and set it to lowest possible
If you're still experincing lag, you can try to lower the thread count even further. I'm pretty positive the lag is caused by the CPU usage
I'm myself folding 24/7 (with an abysmal build compared to yours) and I can work just fine. That being said, I RDP into servers, not an heavy workload by any means.