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  1. Greetings, Would like to ask some questions regarding AIDA64's method of calculating the utilization value of a specific logic core in a multi core, HT enabled Intel Haswell processor. Especially about the time frame it considers. Let's assume I set an update frequency of 1 sec, so a new value will be logged/shown every second. Will it reflect the utilization based on the previous 100 ns / 100 ms / 1s? What is the time interval during which the algorithm counts system/idle time? Does it shows an averaged value of several utilization values calculated in the last 1 sec or just the last rep
  2. Hi, First,excuse for my bad english I have a i7-5930K and wanted to know which cpu utilization is tied to which cpu cores. 6 physical cores so 12 logicals. cpu1 utilization cpu 2 utilization cpu3 utilization Ect.... cpu 12 utilization. so Core #1 ,Core #2 ect... is tied ti which cpu? utilization ? and when i look at logical core utilization in Sysinternals Process Explorer ,comparing value, i cant seems to find the same reading for all logical cores in Aida64 Thank you !
  3. Hey guys! First of all, I'd like to say this is a fantastic piece of software! Good enough to convince me into buying it! I love having everything on my G15 LCD in one place! That said, I do have a few suggestions that I think would add some useful options. First, the ability to ignore virtual cores in the CPU Utilization reading. I can either monitor all 6 of my physical cores at once, or I can monitor the CPU as a whole, but when I monitor it as a whole, it factors in the virtual cores which are usually barely, if at all, being used. This has a detrimental effect of the CPU Utilizatio
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