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Which cpu better sooths IDE for forge, single thread performance or multithreaded performance


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There is no way to tell which is better without benchmarking your specific device.

More cores doesn’t necessarily means better handling of more threads. Check out how context switch works.

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The UI and the Indexing Part of IntelliJ will definitely benefit from multiple Cores.

Minecraft is mostly single-threaded. In game, you will get a boost from single core performance.

 

In my experience IntelliJ is limiting the performance in the started application anyways... 

 

But I don't think you would buy a CPU only for Minecraft.

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