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I'm using the ryzen 7 1700x , ive been told by some users that I'll see better gaming performance if I disable hyper threading. Is this true

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4 minutes ago, Earnist_ said:

I'm using the ryzen 7 1700x , ive been told by some users that I'll see better gaming performance if I disable hyper threading. Is this true

When they just launched, yes. Nowadays, not really. Atleast i didn't have any issues since the fix.

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5 minutes ago, Earnist_ said:

I'm using the ryzen 7 1700x , ive been told by some users that I'll see better gaming performance if I disable hyper threading. Is this true

No - it was true for a month in 2017. The Windows scheduler is fixed now.

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1 hour ago, Earnist_ said:

I'm using the ryzen 7 1700x , ive been told by some users that I'll see better gaming performance if I disable hyper threading. Is this true

No? Who told you that 

The thing that might have increased the gaming performance back when it was launched was dedicating it to one ccx but not smt 

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