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I have same problem, but these solutions was not fixed my issues. However I have found a blog post from artykul8, what fixed fixed all of my issues! http://artykul8.com/2012/06/vmware-performance-enhancing/ Tweak: Disable memory swap files .vmem files mainMem.useNamedFile = "FALSE" Unfortunately this parameter does not work for VMware Player, as it ...


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I've had similar problems with my setup running OS X 10.10.2 and before I upgraded OS X to. What I found was that when I changed display settings in OS X to use the "Default for display" Resolution. I then unticked in VMware the "Automatically adjust user interface size in Windows" and ticked "Use full resolution for Retina display" this does how ever give ...


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Performance is very much depend of the type of work load you want to do. Even for a database server, it very much depends on the query you do. Unfortunately Quad Core i7 doesn't mean very much, as there are several different generations of chips under the i7 branding. In general, I found the benchmark results on phoronix-test-suite informative in getting ...


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A CPU bottleneck basically means the CPU is the slowest part on your system, it affects you by capping everything else to its speed. For example: In a bakery, their oven can produce 40 muffins per minute but their packaging machine can only pack 12 muffins per minute. The bottleneck here is the packing machine, which results in a throughput of 12 muffins ...


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Part of the problem is that its only one chip, so you are running at single channel, meaning your highest possible frequency is about 1066Mhz. Additionally, at present, in order to get speeds greater than 1600, you need to enable an overclocked XMP profile in the BIOS for most motherboards. Since you are in Single-Channel mode, the frequency for 1600Mhz ...



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