Cpu Core Parking Manager v3 Download
Your Going To Downloadthe latest Version from . CPU core-parking manager is an application that allows an end user to fine-tune CPU performance settings such as Core parking, Frequency scaling, and Turbo boost, as well as making other adjustments. Below you’ll find information about how it works, how to interpret application data and settings, and how to make these adjustments.
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According to Microsoft documentation, CPU Core parking is a feature that was introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2. The processor power management (PPM) engine and the scheduler work together to dynamically adjust the number of cores that are available to run threads. The PPM engine chooses a minimum number of cores for the threads that will be scheduled. Cores that are parked generally do not have any threads scheduled, and they will drop into very low power states when they are not processing interrupts, DPCs, or other strictly affinitized work. The remaining cores are responsible for the remainder of the workload. Core parking can potentially increase energy efficiency during lower usage.
The problem with Windows way of core parking is lack of flexibility, by default you are given very few options for setting Core parking index for your machine
The functionality of this application allows for you to control the number of CPU cores that need to be enabled or disabled (or you can simply enable all the cores at all times, see explanations on how it works below) based on your personal requirements, also now by looking at CPU graph you can tell if the specific core is enabled or disabled. This information is also available in CPU performance tab under “Number of currently enabled cores” and “Number of currently parked cores” this is real time info, so you don’t have to press the “Refresh” button to find out the current status.
Here’s an example of how core parking actually works and the meaning of an index number:
Let’s say we have a CPU with the total of 6 cores (including logical) this will be 100% of our CPU power, where each core will represent about ~ 17% (100 / 6 = 16.6 ~17). Now, for example, we would like that 4 cores out of 6 will never be parked by the OS regardless of the load, in this case, we set the number to 68% (17 * 4 = 68). This will tell the OS that it can only park 2 cores out of 6. Following this if we set the number to a 100% we are basically telling the OS that NONE of our CPU cores can be parked and they should function at all times with full performance (see the pictures below), and in opposite if we set the number to 0% or close to that OS will be able to park any number of cores. (don’t forget to press the “Apply” button when you are setting the number). I hope that’ll help explain how it works.
- Performance graph for each core. Displays if the core is Active or Parked
- Adjustable size for the individual CPU graph
- Real-time counter to display the number of active vs parked cores
- Adjustable CPU core parking settings
- Adjustable CPU frequency scaling settings
- Adjustable CPU turbo boost settings
- The real-time CPU speed
- System power state settings support (AC/DC)
- System power plan support
- Ability to check for application updates (Manual & Auto) under “Help->Check for updates” menu option
- Changes are applied on the fly. NO NEED TO RESTART