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  1. What is the difference between CPU and Cores? The screenshot below is


    What is the difference between CPU and Cores?

    The screenshot below is very confusing. I couldn’t figure out the difference between CPU, Cores and socket.
    Which is contained in which?
    Is the total speed in 2.2GHz for each Cores?
    How does the number of CPUs affect the speeds?
    How does the number of Cores affect the speed?

    Thank you

    Best

    Jamal



    What is the difference between CPU and Cores?  The screenshot below is [​IMG]


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    jamal numan, Jan 1, 2019
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  2. Is it possible for my Windows 10 to recognize GPU as CPU cores?

    I am trying to run many processes on different cores. The application I am running uses on CPU and no GPU.

    Is it possible to convert the graphics card to act like virtual CPU cores?<br>
    I just need the CPU cores. I have TITAN Xp which is almost 3000 to 4000 core.

    Kindly, suggest me how my system can detect the GPU as CPU.
     
    Jaffer Wilson, Jan 1, 2019
    #2
  3. Jelo Sen Win User
    INCORRECT CPU FREQUENCY READING

    Hello Muhammad,

    CPU usage depends on the applications that are open to your device. To isolate the problem, we suggest that you answer the following questions:

    • Can you include a screenshot of the CPU reading?
    • Have you tried performing a
      clean boot
      to eliminate software conflicts?
    • What troubleshooting steps have you done so far?

    Looking forward to your response.
     
    Jelo Sen, Jan 1, 2019
    #3
  4. rmanasa Win User

    What is the difference between CPU and Cores? The screenshot below is

    Lock vs Login screen screenshot


    Hi Josey -

    Thanks for the quick reply. While your suggestion does change the sign in process, it doesn't address the differing screenshot question. Following the steps doesn't make the login screenshot the same as the Lock screenshot. As I mentioned, I can't even find the screenshots being used for both screens.

    Still looking a solution to this. Open to any other suggestions you might have to the problem. Thanks!
     
    rmanasa, Jan 1, 2019
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