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Yeah I know what you're talking about, it's rumored that sometimes during CS when you're playing with a dual-core CPU it will use both of the 'cores' of the CPU and because of that you'll look as though you're speedhacking. Sadly, I don't know what to tell you. I know they resolved this issue in CS:S since I can play it fine with a dual-core CPU, so you should start playing that.
I am running it in Open GL... never tried the ATI command. I don't think a program is being a CPU hog. But I read another article somewhere saying that Steam games have trouble with Dual Core Processors. I heard that it tries running somethings in Counterstrike 2 times causing a speed like hack effect to players. Anyone have any more information?
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