Jump to content
  • Announcements

    • Fliegerfaust

      Malicious and Banned Links   10/09/2016

      Please be careful of downloading ANY LINKS that are not originating from a MyBot.Run URL or another trusted URL (such as apkmirror.com, bluestacks, memu, xda-developers, etc).   We have banned ALL telegram links and other verified malicious links we have come across already. Users attempting to do this or get around this ban will be banned permanently.   Please report ANY suspicious links to MyBot Staff or pm me directly
    • monkeyhunter

      MyBot.run V7.6.4 RELEASED!   10/25/2018

      MyBot.run continues the legacy again with release of V7.6.4!!   This release supports the June 2018 game update and has some new features hidden inside as well   Get your copy in thread below!!   Click here to get to the release thread MyBot.run v7.6.4 Release

Sjakie1987

Donator
  • Content count

    130
  • Avg. Content Per Day

    0.2
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

17 Good

2 Followers

About Sjakie1987

  • Birthday 05/03/1987

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    The Netherlands (Holland)

Clash of Clans

  • My Town Hall Level(s):
    Town Hall 11
  • My number of bots setup:
    1
  • Botting since:
    02/16/2016
  1. Hello my fellow botters! In the last update of may 22 MBR v7.2 there was added a new function to better regulate how your CPU cores are being used by the bots. This topic is to explain a little bit about how to configure this for your bot(s). For the next two examples i will use a 4 core CPU that does support hyper threading technology and one that does not have support for it. First of all i'd like to point out it is NEVER smart to use all cores/threads for the bot(s) if you plan to use the computer for other things (like youtube, or similar things) So in these examples i will always leave 1 core/2 threads free for other things. NOTE: THE NEXT EXAMPLES ARE USED ASSUMING YOU HAVE AT LEAST 16 GB OF RAM. It could work with 8 GB, but i doubt you will be able to run the full amount of bots i say in example 1. Example 1: You have a 4 cores CPU, with hyper threading technology, you are able to use 4 cores x2 = 8 "image processing threads". Calculating from those 8 "threads" (4 cores) your set up would look like this: Option 1: 6 bots can be run at the same time. --- This setting is used globally for all bots, only need to set it up once. Option 2: Leaving 1 core (2 threads) free for other things, 6 threads can be assigned globally for all bots (1 thread per bot). --- This setting is used globally for all bots, only need to set it up once. Option 3: Having set up 6 threads globally for all bots, here you configure 1 thread for this bot only. --- This setting is for THIS BOT ONLY, you will have to configure this setting for every bot you use. Example 2: You have a 4 cores CPU, without hyper threading technology, you are able to use 4 cores = 4 "image processing threads". Calculating from those 4 "threads" (4 cores) your set up would look like this: Option 1: 3 bots can be run at the same time. --- This setting is used globally for all bots, only need to set it up once. Option 2: Leaving 1 core (1 threads) free for other things, 3 threads can be assigned globally for all bots (1 thread per bot). --- This setting is used globally for all bots, only need to set it up once. Option 3: Having set up 3 threads globally for all bots, here you configure 1 thread for this bot only. --- This setting is for THIS BOT ONLY, you will have to configure this setting for every bot you use. Some wise info by @monkeyhunter: Well, that's it. I hope everyone became a little bit wiser about how to use this new and amazing function by @cosote. See you on the flip side!
×