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How to see if core parking is on of off?

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June 14, 2013 11:05:03 PM

I have an i5 3570k and posted here about how to disable core parking, i received usefull answers but how can i be sure that some cores are parked, because i heard about cores being parked at 65% etc

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June 15, 2013 7:23:27 AM

You must open resource monitor(Start>accessories>system tools>resource monitor or task manager>performance>resource monitor). Click on the cpu tab and you should see all your cores on the right side. If the core is parked you should see 'parked' ,eg 'Core 1 - Parked', beside you core name. If you don't see any 'parked' means none of your cores are parked.

But i doubt you will see core parking on i5's, i'm not sure but its mostly on hyper threaded cpu's, like i7's.
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