Process Lasso Dark Mode

Process Lasso 9.2 – Dark Mode

Process Lasso v9.2 has been released! This version adds a Dark Mode theme and has considerable other refactoring of the GUI internals. You can enable Dark Mode by right-clicking on the graph to rotate between the 3 available color themes of Light, Dark, and Custom. Alternatively, you can select it by way of the ‘View […]

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Overclocking

Overclockers: Don’t Skimp on Stress Testing!

Overclocking is so pervasive that CPU, RAM and motherboard manufacturers cater to it. Modern CPUs are smart enough to self-throttle if they reach a critical temperature, making it safer than it once was. Further, power-saving technologies such as core parking and frequency scaling help resist thermal build-up. Given this, you can probably get away with […]

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Process Lasso Instance Balancer

Process Lasso 9.1 – Instance Balancer

Process Lasso v9.1 has been released! This new version offers several enhancements over the last v9.0 build and a new feature called the Instance Balancer. Instance Balancer Other Improvements Other product improvements include a better looking graph legend with numerical readings, smoother listview refreshes, bug fixes and a few areas of refactoring. We continue to […]

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Coreprio User Interface

Coreprio v0.0.5.0 – Inclusion/Exclusion Patterns

Coreprio has been updated to allow for inclusion and exclusion patterns (list of applications to target). These apply to all features of Coreprio. Wildcards are allowed. The console mode utility allows these as well, via the new ‘–inclusions’ and ‘–exclusions’ parameters. Since Coreprio’s Dynamic Local Mode works best for applications that do not put a […]

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Process Lasso's new CPU Group Display

Process Lasso: Processor Group Support

Process Lasso now supports and displays the processor group(s) an application’s threads are running on. We wrote about processor groups a while back. They exist to allow for systems with more than 64 logical CPU cores. In Process Lasso, we refer to Processor Groups as ‘CPU Groups’. By default, an application’s threads are assigned to […]

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Coreprio User Interface

Coreprio: Bitsum’s Own Dynamic Local Mode

Coreprio is Bitsum’s custom implementation of AMD’s Dynamic Local Mode. It is more configurable than AMD’s implementation, allowing the user to set the prioritized affinity, thread count and refresh rate. History When the high core count ThreadRipper 2990wx and 2970wx were developed, AMD had to make due with the 4 memory channels available in the TR4 […]

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Ryzen Master Screenshot

Video of Ryzen Master’s Dynamic Local Mode

UPDATE: Bitsum is testing our own Dynamic Local Mode implementation – See this forum thread for more information. Here at Bitsum we’ve been closely following the AMD Threadripper 2nd gen releases. As has been well reported on tech sites, the core heavy 2990wx and 2970wX have an unusual configuration where only 2 of the 4 dies […]

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