ParkControl Pro 188.8.131.52 Patch is Here (x86x64) [LATEST]
ParkControl Pro Description:
Bitsum developed ParkControl because core parking settings are hidden in Windows, but performance can make such a big difference, especially when bursting CPU-bound loads, the most common type.
Bitsum developed ParkControl because core parking settings are hidden in Windows, but performance can make such a big difference, especially when bursting CPU-bound loads, the most common type. After we noticed this, Intel subsequently took action to move the operating system’s core parking control to hardware, thus validating our findings!
ParkControl Pro Features:
Core parking lot
Core Parking is a sleep state (C6) supported by most newer x86 processors and newer versions of Windows. Core Parking dynamically disables the CPU core to save power when idle. As the CPU load increases again, disabled kernels are re-enabled. This technique is very similar to frequency scaling because it seeks to throttle the CPU when idle.ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro
The problem is that Window’s default power profile is over-active in core parking, especially on workstations. Their interest is in saving energy, even if it means a slight decline in performance. A complicated parameter controls the time a core should be parked, while Microsoft is adjusting energy efficiency.ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro
The core parking settings in Windows are implemented as parameters of the aka power profile. This means, for example, that you can disable core parking for HPP, but enable it for other programs. For most users, this is exactly the type of adjustment needed: Parking is disabled only for high performance power schemes.ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro
Empirical evidence shows that deactivating core parking can make a real difference in system performance. There are many factors that will determine the validity of any given system, including CPU type, application load, and user behavior. However, we found that Windows was often over-aggressive at core parking, causing the kernel to be freed up to accommodate unexpected loads (the most common CPU load) for too long.
In our tests, we found AMD processors to benefit most from disabling core parking. This may be due to the huge difference in how AMD processors share resources (hardware) between logical cores. Microsoft optimized for Intel’s HyperThreading, which has a much lower secondary core capability. AMD’s secondary logical core is a near-complete CPU.ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro ParkControl Pro
YMMV, but if we did not see a real substantial performance after disabling core parking, we would not have written this tool.
These adjustments are completely safe for a properly built PC. If the PC is overheating, the only way it may cause the behavior to change is. In such a case, these problems can be seen as long as the ongoing high load on the CPU, regardless of these adjustments.
ParkControl Pro Screenshot:
what is new:
– If an update is detected on startup, an auto-update message appears in the main dialog so you do not have to “catch” a notification to update automatically
SSHARING IS CARING !