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Windows 7 Micro stutter Fix - Core Parking

Apr 10, 2012
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78°55' N, 11°56' E
System Name -aLiEn beaTs-
Processor Intel i7 4770k OC 4.7GHz @ 1.28v | Cache 4.2GHz
Motherboard Asus Z87-Deluxe
Cooling Corsair H90 custom p|p fans
Memory G.skill TridentX 2x8GB DDR3 2400MHz CL10|1T
Video Card(s) Zotac GTX 980TI AMP!Omega Factory OC 1418MHz
Storage Intel SSD, Crucial SSD
Display(s) Samsung C27FG73 144HZ
Case CoolerMaster HAF 932 USB3.0
Audio Device(s) X-Fi Titanium HD @ 2.1 Bose acoustimass 5
Power Supply Chieftec Ntro88+ 650W [52A]
Mouse oldschool Razer Copperhead blu
Keyboard Logitech G19s
Software Windows 10 Pro RS3 64Bit
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Or use Bitsum's handy tweak, instead of going through the registry. Its the easiest tweak yet, just pinpoint which power plan you would like to modify and that's it.


For example make a new power plan - name it CoreParking OFF and then pinpoint out this plan with bitsum's tweaker.

btw i used this procedure, so it really changed only for certain plan, not for all plans. But this was before i found out about this Bistum auto tweak.
post #34 and post #39

And it helps mostly by Audio production, it eliminates any unwanted delay/sound crackle, popups. Can help by games too, but i didnt really notice any difference.
Dec 30, 2010
1,216 (0.45/day)
System Name Brutus
Processor i5 4690k @4.7Ghz (Watercooled)
Motherboard z97 MSI Gaming 5
Cooling NZXT Kraken x61 AIO watercooler
Memory Gskill Ripjaws 8gb (2x4gb) 1600mhz 7-8-7-24
Video Card(s) MSI Gaming GTX 980ti x2 (sli)
Storage 1 SSD 64GB (OS) + 2x500GB WesternDigital RAID 0
Display(s) YAMAKASI Catleap q270 SE 27inch Glossy 2560x1440
Case NZXT Phantom
Audio Device(s) ASUS Xonar DX
Power Supply Antec TPQ 1200w
Software Windows 7 (64 bit)
This "un-parking core" tweak worth it for someone like me using a i5 4690k (no HT) with main usage being GAMING ???