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General Category => ParkControl => Topic started by: BenYeeHua on September 21, 2015, 02:07:14 PM

Title: Windows 10 has improved Core-Parking
Post by: BenYeeHua on September 21, 2015, 02:07:14 PM
Just found that it has some new class, something like this.
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Specify the minimum number of unparked cores/packages allowed for Processor Power Efficiency Class 1 (in percentage).
And also it finally allow parking more than half of the CPU as default. ;)

I will continue to check for it after exam...

PS:Poor cpu, only left 1 core to run. ;D
PS2:Reminder for myself to test WinRaR for new core-parking
Title: Re: Windows 10 has improved Core-Parking
Post by: edkiefer on September 21, 2015, 04:44:28 PM
that is interesting.
Title: Re: Windows 10 has improved Core-Parking
Post by: BenYeeHua on September 27, 2015, 05:32:43 PM
Well, it is disable as default in Windows 8, but enable in Windows 10.
I guess they want to having better power save and aggressive Turbo frequency for Intel and AMD, but it need some test or research to prove that first. :)
Title: Re: Windows 10 has improved Core-Parking
Post by: Jeremy Collake on April 21, 2016, 11:14:13 PM
To update this thread: As I posted in an article, Intel's newer CPUs move control of core parking to the hardware (https://bitsum.com/product-update/intels-speed-shift-validates-parkcontrol-and-process-lasso/) because Windows did such a terrible job of it. This validates the idea of dynamically disabling core parking in its entirety in previous architectures. Read about this development here: https://bitsum.com/product-update/intels-speed-shift-validates-parkcontrol-and-process-lasso/
Title: Re: Windows 10 has improved Core-Parking
Post by: BenYeeHua on April 24, 2016, 09:17:18 AM
Yup, and better performance and power save compare to OS managed core-parking enabled too. ;)
This might also improve the overclock performance, but I am not sure about this one, might want to read some overclocker result. :)