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It's a simple enough question.

In past versions of blender, the render tab had performance options where you could specify various things about how blender rendered things. The feature I'm particularly interested in was the one that allowed you to render with a custom number of cores. I like to browse the web and text friends while my scenes render, so I usually set it to render with every core except for one.

But blender 2.8's moved this menu to some obscure location I can't find. (or removed the feature entirely)

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    $\begingroup$ Eevee renderer doesn't have, Cycles the same place as previously. If you don't see Performance section, you might have selected Eevee $\endgroup$ – Arturs Vancans Oct 27 '19 at 7:43
  • $\begingroup$ Sounds like something the developers need to add then, it was a crucial little tool. $\endgroup$ – Humble Hat Oct 27 '19 at 8:31
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Same place under performance Hasn't changed.

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