I have a question regarding a technical issue, with regards to using multiple processors in game. I run an i7 laptop with 4 cores. Here is a guide that includes information about how to make it so you can run your EverQuest game on all 4 cores, making it run much smoother and faster as it has for me. https://everquest.fanra.info/wiki/Graphics_and_performance_settings_guide Pretty much the key component here for what I'm asking is if you ctrl + f to CPUAffinity on the page you can see that setting your CPUAffinity0=0 to CPUAffinity0=-1 in your eqclient.ini file and makes EverQuest run on all maximum cores. You can also check or change this on Task Manager--> eqgame--> Go to details--> eqgame.exe--> Set affinity, when the game is running (this will tell you how many cores it is set to, from the eqclient.ini file, and you can always manually change them there, but if it's not changed in the .ini file it will revert back to one or all cores depending on what is set in the .ini file). The game does run much, much smoother on all 4 cores of my laptop, but during raids when I use Discord (a group-chat program) it makes my laptop quite high in temperature because both programs are running, so I tend to take it down to two cores with the "Set affinity" command in Task Manager. So here is my question: What do I put into my eqclient.ini file to make it start up on just two cores? So far I have tried a number of different things, and have only been able to get it to start on all cores with CPUAffinity0=-1 and only one core with CPUAffinity0=0. I don't know the actual command to make it so I only start with two cores, which is what I'm looking for. I can manually change it every time to two cores every time I start the game with the Set Affinity command in Task Manager, to two cores, which is what I want to run it on at this point, but I don't want to have to do that manually every time, if there is a way to add something into the eqclient.ini file to make it run on two cores automatically at start up. If anyone has the answer to this it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. BhaktaRam.