Yep, but that issue started already of W10 2015 and never became better, parts even worse. Because of that most professionals & semis use alternative tools instead.
How do I know if my CPU is being used to its full potential in a certain game (acting as a bottleneck, for example) or if it still has some performance headroom to spare? Sorry if it is a stupid question, I genuinely feel lost most of the time now.
Not first time it broke, honestly its broken within task manager it self as well cos games like world of warcraft are showing 0% or 1% cpu usage in details tab in new task manager while its actually using least 20% sometimes 25% depending if setup game physx via cpu.
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Even performance tab more accurate, so its not just hwinfo sometimes miss reporting atleast how i feel about total cpu usage, but also task manager it self, altho performance tab does say Utilization, i suspect everything is utilization in task manager but details tab = cpu usage
I think it may be worth it to bug report it to feedback hub as possibility that its probably Microsoft miss reporting it, or i do not understand how it works, and being to lazy to read thru everything right now as i have to do real life stuff right now.
Yeah, I also just saw that series 5000 not have anymore power plans. Tho for me that is weird and then somehow works like a laptop CPU and low clocks. Hmmm... Well, we cannot understand everything.
Obviously want it to have low clocks at idle or it will just idle at really high temps.