Windows 10: Power Processor Performance

Discus and support Power Processor Performance in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; I was running high performance on my hp desktop, but now when I checked the settings the minimum and maximum settings are gone, nothing there but... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by CynthiaWaits, Sep 16, 2018.

  1. Power Processor Performance


    I was running high performance on my hp desktop, but now when I checked the settings the minimum and maximum settings are gone, nothing there but system cooling? So what happen to those two settings?

    :)
     
    CynthiaWaits, Sep 16, 2018
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  2. Yolvi Ell Win User

    CPU / CPU Processor problems / Processor affinity

    We appreciate the information you provided. Your processor is working as expected. CPU affinity is only showing CPU (0) since 1 processor is working at the moment. It's very likely that your computer is using a balanced power plan, so we suggest changing
    your power plan to High Performance by following these steps:

    • Right-click Start.
    • Click Power Options.
    • Choose High Performance.

    In addition to that, we recommend installing the latest updates to keep your system current and secure. Go to
    Start > Settings > Update & Security > Check for updates.

    Some programs may also be automatically launching whenever you boot your computer, affecting the performance. To disable them, follow these steps:

    • Right-click your taskbar.
    • Click Task Manager.
    • Under the Startup tab, find the programs that you don't need.
    • Right-click the program and choose Disable.

    You're also using your computer for a game that was designed to run on an earlier version of Windows, so it's possible that it's slowing down your computer. In this case, use the Compatibility Troubleshooter to find and fix problems with the program using
    these steps:

    • Click Start.
    • Type Troubleshooting and press Enter.
    • Click Run programs made for previous versions of Windows.
    • Click Next.
    • Choose the program from the list and click Next.

    Let us know if you need further assistance with your computer.
     
    Yolvi Ell, Sep 16, 2018
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  3. processor power management optimization

    ive been playing around with the processor power management options for quite a while already since i noticed that my old notebook's cpu (i7-720qm) struggles with running on full power (mainly due to heat i assume).

    i already managed to optimize performance quite noticeably, but some of the settings are not fully clear to me resp. their default settings are quite confusing, even contradicting to their descriptions.

    so if there is somebody familiar with processor power management - ie. idle and performance states and their respective settings, some explanations and recommendations would be highly appreciated.

    my main aim is to make the cpu run on as few cores/threads possible, clocked as high as possible, before unparking additional cores/threads. ie. to be highly responsive for just a few tasks rather than manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and not getting
    throttled because too many threads get unparked although just a few - but clocked high - would manage it better. mainly because most of my tasks much more require few but high clocked threads than more parallel processing.

    here are the settings i have set currently:

    processor performance increase threshold - 30%

    processor performance core parking min cores - 13%

    processor performance decrease threshold - 20%

    processor performance core parking concurrency threshold - 95%

    processor energy performance preference policy - 20%

    allow throttle states - off

    processor performance decrease policy - ideal

    processor performance core parking parked performance state - no preference

    processor performance boost policy - 100%

    processor performance increase policy ideal - aggressive

    processor idle demote threshold - 30%

    processor performance core parking distribution threshold - 90%

    processor duty cycling - disabled

    processor idle disable enable - idle

    processor performance core parking decrease threshold - 60%

    processor performance core parking decrease policy - ideal

    processor idle promote threshold - 50%

    minimum processor state - 50%

    processor performance autonomous mode - enabled

    processor performance core parking overutilization threshold - 80%

    system cooling policy - active

    processor performance core parking core override - disabled

    maximum processor state - 100%

    processor performance boost mode - aggressive

    processor performance core parking increase policy - ideal

    processor performance core parking increase threshold - 80%

    processor performance core parking utility distribution - disabled

    processor performance core parking max cores - 100%

    what confuses me a bit are the default settings in power saver & high performance profiles of

    processor idle demote threshold - ps: 20% / hp: 40%

    processor idle promote threshold - ps: 40% / hp: 60%

    judging from their descriptions, i would actually suggest them being exactly opposite?!

    any suggestions on these two options resp. how to optimize the power settings better to achieve what i explained above - as few cores/threads unparked as possible, clocked as high as possible, before unparking more, without capping
    min/max states or preventing threads from parking/unparking completely?

    thanks
     
    necrophyte, Sep 16, 2018
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  4. bobblub Win User

    Power Processor Performance

    Processor Power Management isn't there

    Hello! I have a laptop and i find that the fan is constantly on, and the sound is unbearably loud. I checked various YouTube tutorials and some suggested reducing the CPU's power consumption percentage in the processor power management area (after clicking
    advanced power settings). When I click advanced power settings, there is no section titled processor power management. is there a way to reduce the CPU's power consumption percentage, and why cant I find the processor power management section?

    Thanks in advance Power Processor Performance :)
     
    bobblub, Sep 16, 2018
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