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My issue with ParkControl

Started by jasonlikelamborghini, January 27, 2022, 09:26:38 AM

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jasonlikelamborghini

After i updated the software, i tried to enable everything and suddenly after i click apply everything turn back to disable, idk why.

Jeremy Collake

Does your system only have a Balanced power profile?
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jasonlikelamborghini

Quote from: Jeremy Collake on January 27, 2022, 09:44:23 AM
Does your system only have a Balanced power profile?

I also set Power plan into High Performance in Power Options (same as in ParkControl) and yes High Performance does exist in my pc and i always use it to get better performance

jasonlikelamborghini

Alright i give you an example or POV of the issue instead




Jeremy Collake

#4
When the changes don't persist like that, it means the system doesn't support CPU parking. Make sure it isn't disabled in the BIOS settings, and that your older i5-3570 processor supports it.
Software Engineer. Bitsum LLC.

jasonlikelamborghini

#5
Quote from: Jeremy Collake on January 28, 2022, 01:05:05 PM
When the changes don't persist like that, it means the system doesn't support CPU parking. Make sure it isn't disabled in the BIOS settings, and that your older i5-3570 processor supports it.

Is there any way to make the software support my cpu?

jasonlikelamborghini

Quote from: Jeremy Collake on January 28, 2022, 01:05:05 PM
When the changes don't persist like that, it means the system doesn't support CPU parking. Make sure it isn't disabled in the BIOS settings, and that your older i5-3570 processor supports it.

The software actually support my cpu, it only works if i set everything to 90. But thanks for your help

Jeremy Collake

Sorry, I misunderstood your screencast.

The values of 100% are actually disabled. When you click 'Apply', it is simply updating the radio boxes to reflect the new state.

It is counter-intuitive, but values of 100% mean that all cores must remain unparked, and that the CPU frequency can not go below 100% of base. Thus, 100% is disabled for both settings.

Therefore, this is the correct behavior.
Software Engineer. Bitsum LLC.