Cyberpunk 2077's Patch 2.11 Introduces "Prioritize P-Cores" Option

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Cyberpunk 2077's Patch 2.11 Introduces "Prioritize P-Cores" Option

In the latest update for Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red has released patch 2.11, which includes PC-specific addition of the "Prioritize P-Cores" option. Found under Gameplay → Performance, this setting allows users to manually choose between automatic thread distribution and prioritizing the powerful Performance-cores (P-cores). The default setting is "Auto."

 

What are P-Cores?

Intel® Core™ desktop processors now integrate two core types: Performance-cores (P-cores) and Efficient-cores (E-cores). P-Cores, physically larger and tuned for high-speed single-threaded tasks, are ideal for gaming. E-Cores, smaller and designed for efficient multi-threaded performance, handle background tasks to optimize P-Cores for gaming.

 

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Other Changes

Gameplay adjustments include fixing melee finishers, preventing health items from unequipping post-consumable use, and enabling keybind switches for AZERTY keyboards. Quest and open-world modifications involve optimizing car chase frequency, ensuring the obtainability of the BFC 9000 Iconic weapon, and enhancing rewards for neutralizing Cyberpsychos. Visual and vehicle improvements cover issues like neon-lit rims, shadows, tire tracks, and braking systems. For Rayfield aficionados, there's also the addition of CrystalCoat feature which allows players to change Rayfield vehicles paint color

Patch 2.11 for Cyberpunk 2077 and Phantom Liberty
Image Credit: cyberpunk.net

 

Check out the full PATCH 2.11 details: cyberpunk.net/en/news/49831/patch-2-11

 

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