UT2004: Dedicated Server + Game Client on same machine Tags: PC gaming Dedicated Server Games Support Video Games Last response: May 3, 2006 9:25 PM in Video Games Share Tatt3 May 3, 2006 5:20:07 PM Hey, I know UT2004 does not support multiple threads but I was wondering if it would be possible to somehow run a dedicated server and the game itself on the same box. That way I could make the most of both CPU cores. Anyone have any ideas on this? Thanks. More about : ut2004 dedicated server game client machine Flakes May 3, 2006 9:25:10 PM i know you cant do it with a single core, but go ahead and try it on a dually i dont see any reason for it not to work unless the game and server use the same memory registers. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources UT2004 Game + Dedicated Server on the same machine Forum how to connect dedicated server with client via router Forum SolvedSteam versus Origin versus dedicated game server Forum SolvedDedicated Game Server PC Forum SolvedDedicated server for gaming Forum How to access Hyper-V Client from Hyper-V Server to the new machines? Forum SolvedDedicated game server Forum SolvedRunning a Dedicated Game Server Forum SolvedCan a integrated graphics motherboard support a dedicated game server? Forum MS VPN Client gets the same server and client IP from MS V.. Forum Dedicated Game Server Build Forum Best cpu for dedicated game servers? Forum how do i make my desktop to a dedicated server for running a game.. not many more than 50 players. Forum SolvedDedicated servers for games (few questions) Forum SolvedDedicated Gaming Server Forum How do I build a dedicated server computer at home to run game servers? Forum Dedicated Game Server Forum Want to build a dedicated game server at home. Forum SolvedTrying to make a dedicated gaming server. Forum SolvedWorkstation and gaming card, on the same machine? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Video Games categories Console Gaming PC Gaming Handheld Gaming Nintendo Playstation Servers Sims World of Warcraft Xbox 360 !