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What's the meaning of the following counters shown in Resource Monitor ? Does it mean 105% Max. Frequency indicate a CPU bottleneck ?

% CPU usage vs % Max. Frequencey
MB/sec Disk I/O vs % Highest Actvies Time
 Hard Faults/sec vs Used Physical Memory
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by:AXISHK
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One more thing, does disk queue of 0.5 is acceptable or not ?

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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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network and disk are ok
cpu is showing almost 0 now again ok
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Tks, what's the meaning of Max. Frequencey,  % Highest Actvies Time , Hard Faults/sec. What figure will tell a performance bottleneck ?

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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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Hard faults/sec is the number of times that the system had to load from virtual memory.. (pagefile usage)
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Tks,
What do the 105% Maxium Frequency and 14% Highest Active Time imply ?

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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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where do you see this?
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In the picture that I posted above. Tks
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 2000 total points
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i'm guessing that you are running a processor that has turbo boost and again it's nothing to worry about. please refer to the link that I gave you it has all the pertinent info you need and you are well under any bottleneck problem
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