Can someone tell if when using the steinberg power scheme it disables cpu core parking ?
I found out about cpu core parking on another forum.
I checked my windows 8.1/I7 2760QM and indeed i had 2 cores parked… aaargh…
I found this tool on the net that made it possible to unpark the cores.
It is a clean tool, and actually it looks like it does indeed add extra resources in cubase and the cpu balances in taskmanager seem better between the different cores, but i’m not very techy so judging based on a wobbling asio-bar and a task manager playing some sounds isn’t very accurate.
so my question is: does using the steinberg power scheme actually lift cpu core parking ?