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Very slow when attach Unity to Vs2017

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bagazi, Oct 12, 2018.

  1. Bagazi

    Bagazi

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    When I attach unity to vs2017 for debug,It is very slow ,even as no responses.My vs is professional 2017 and my visual studio tools for unity version is 3.8.0.7 ...
     
  2. FMark92

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    Post computer specs.
     
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  3. Bagazi

    Bagazi

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  4. Ryiah

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    Visual Studio is a very heavy application and it has only gotten worse over the last few years. My previous system - an AMD Phenom II X4 965 @ 3.4GHz, 16GB DDR3-1333, and a 1TB HDD - was about the same age range as the system you're running now.

    Upgrading your processor will make a significant difference but the most important part of your computer for Visual Studio is the one you neglected to tell us. Upgrading my old system from a 1TB HDD to a 512GB SSD brought the start time for Visual Studio from 60 to 90 seconds to 6 to 9 seconds.

    Upgrading the processor and memory - to an AMD Ryzen 5 1600X and 16GB DDR4-2666 - brought the start time down even further. I just timed it after a reboot and it's approximately 2 to 3 seconds at most. Everything else involving it including compiling scripts is massively faster than my previous system.
     
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  5. Antypodish

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    I agree, SSD vs HDD makes big difference.
     
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  6. BlankDeed

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    Thirded because this is real shiz.
     
  7. BrewNCode

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    So moral of the story, wait for cyber monday and buy the best SSD and put it on your machine.
     
  8. Bagazi

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    Change back to Vs2015,seems much quicker...
     
  9. BrewNCode

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    better to plug in a lighter text editor, like VS Code. It never crushes.