HeteroDecreaseThreshold specifies a threshold to cross below, which is required to park the Nth efficiency class 1 core. There is a separate value for each core index. The threshold is relative to efficiency class 0 performance. The provisioning interface can specify up to 4 different thresholds. If the system has 5 or more class 1 cores, the 4th value is used for all remaining cores of the same class.
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Hidden setting: Yes
HeteroDecreaseThreshold is a four-byte unsigned integer where each byte represents a threshold in percentage. The lowest byte is the first threshold. For example, to set four thresholds—A, B, C, and D—the value of the parameter will be A + B*256 + C*65536 + D*16777216.
0 + 0256 + 065536 + 016777216
100 + 100256 + 10065536 + 10016777216
|Windows edition||x86-based devices||x64-based devices||ARM-based devices|
|Windows 10 for desktop editions (Home, Pro, Enterprise, and Education)||x86||amd64||N/A|
|Windows 10 Mobile||N/A||N/A||Supported|