How can i monitor my core usage? Tags: CPUs Core Monitors Last response: March 4, 2012 3:36 AM in CPUs Share diablo24life March 4, 2012 2:33:05 AM can someone give me detailed instructions to see how much stress each core is under while gaming? i tried to look for software but i couldnt find any. More about : monitor core usage phyco126 a b à CPUs March 4, 2012 3:05:06 AM Ctrl+alt+Delete -> Task manager -> Performance Its right there, lines graph and a percentage spot. Game, then alt+tab and you can see a history of how much your processor, and her cores, are taxed. m 0 l Anonymous a b à CPUs a b C Monitor March 4, 2012 3:36:29 AM core temp. you can see the load on each core. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow to monitor each process network usage? Forum How to monitor my data usage for specific website. Forum How do I get maximum core usage? Forum How can I monitor browser tab network usage? Forum How do I monitor bandwidth usage on network? Forum How monitor power usage from within Linux ? Forum How does dual 1920x monitor usage affect gaming video card selection? Forum How to monitor gfx RAM usage ? ( check graphic card ) Forum Solved100% CPU usage on one core, good or bad? Forum SolvedDual/Tripple Monitor Usage with DVI and VGA Problem Forum SolvedSkyrim Thread/Core Usage ?? Forum Solvedmy quad core cpu spikes 100% usage Forum SolvedBest program to monitor CPU/GPU usage (and potentially voltage?) Forum SolvedHow to calculate PCI-express usage Forum SolvedCore i5 100% CPU Usage with 1080P Video? Forum SolvedWhat programs monitor CPU usage, ram usage etc Forum SolvedAfter a few minutes at idle, %100 1 cpu core usage Forum SolvedHow much is too much CPU usage? Forum SolvedI need help my gpu's core clock and memory clock keeps jumping and my gpu usage keeps jumping from 20% to 60% in games like cs Forum Solvedhow much data usage for text streaming of a futbol match Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !