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Mahmoud994
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CPU Core Parking

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HP Notebook T8S71EA#BH5
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello guys,

I have an issue while gaming on my laptop on windows 10 as my CPU parks two of its logical cores after like 10 minutes in the game and i've tried so many ways to unpark these cores through windows registry and third party softwares but i still got this issue and recently i've updated my bios but there is no change whatsoever ,

any help would be appreciated .

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daveforev20
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Many multi-core processors are not designed to run at high frequencies on all cores for long periods of time.

This is especially likely to present itself on laptops which have particular thermal constraints.

I cannot say for definite here but if this was a thermal protection mechanism then overriding that could cause problems.

What you could perhaps try is getting yourself a good fan-equipped laptop base and see if that improves the issue at all?

Forever Group - HP Partner & Microsoft Partner
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Mahmoud994
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But this happens only on windows 10 , it was working fine on windows 7 and the gaming was okay and no cores were being parked even on very high temperatures , i don't think this is a hardware issue.

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