Why only 4 options for CPU limitation?
Slip123 last edited by
I'm using my CPU limiter, but I've found I can only set the limits to be 0%, 25%, 50%, 70%, and 100%. I want to get more specific than that. Am I missing something here? if not, why limit the user to just these presets?
aeon1704 last edited by aeon1704
@slip123 i think you speak about Opera GX. CPU limiter doesn't really limits you CPU to certain amount of load, but to amount of your CPU Cores. I see that you have four options above 0%, it seems that your CPU has at least 4 cores. 25% means one core, 50% two cores, etc. Once you set your limits, Opera will not exceed the amount of CPU cores you did set in your limit settings.
alobpreis last edited by
I'm using my CPU limiter, but I've found I can only set the limits to be 0%...
I don't think you can limit to 0%.
From what I've found, it says that it's limited to those 4 values only. I don't think you will typically need more granularity, unless you are doing some CPU intensive processing on the browser and you don't want to miss a CPU cycle.
jamvaru last edited by
sounds like it merely changed the same setting you can change in task manager, 'core affinity', iirc, where you have a checkbox for the various cores to toggle the use of them for each process.
or threads, depending on the cpu