Question CPU core problem on my new i9 10900K?

EndlessWaves

Distinguished Member
Given the peaks match across all cores I'm guessing you only had one app using significant CPU time?

If so then that's likely just the core handling the main thread for that app.
 

techquest

Well-known Member
What tester are you running?

Are you running a PC stress test or CPU stress test?

Do you get the same result each time?
 

Zippy77777

Active Member
I was running xplane 11 and taking a look at this information at the same time.

I was just concerned that there was a window that was not showing any information?
 

Bolosun

Active Member
it looks like that core was maxed out. If it was all white, then nothing was running on the core.
 

Zippy77777

Active Member
So is that correct or an issue?
 

techquest

Well-known Member
It could be an issue or just one of those things. Try running another core utility to see if you have the same result.
 

Zippy77777

Active Member
All cores seem to be running at the moment
 

Bolosun

Active Member
So is that correct or an issue?
Without more info, don't know. All I can see from your picture is the CPU's are all active with the one you highlighted at being maxed out. If you look at the resource monitor, you can see what processes are running on what CPU/core
 

Zippy77777

Active Member
Thank you for your help everyone, much appreciated :)
 

Researcher

Active Member
Try running the intel processor diagnostic tool, it's pretty comprehensive in its testing.
 

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