Main window

The main window is divided into four areas. On the left there is the section that shows all the values of the cpu sensors, updated twice per second. In the center of the window (if the "Show Charts" option is selected) there are the charts. At the top right there is the Stress Test section. At the bottom right there is the main panel, the Profile Settings, where you can set the values of the open profile and see the actual CPU values. EasyCPU regularly compares the data of the active profile with the actual CPU values. If Windows or another app tries to change the set values, EasyCPU marks the conflicting values and corrects them automatically.

Overview of the main window ("Show Charts" selected)

Overview of the main window ("Show Charts" not selected)

Detail of the main window: the CPU Monitoring section


Detail of the main window: the Stress Test section while a stress test is in progress.

Detail of the main window: the Profile Settings section

Data entry windows

Clicking on the three pencil icons located in the Profile Settings section opens the three windows for editing the current profile: Edit voltages, Edit powers and Edit frequencies. In each window the default values of your specific processor are shown (D buttons) and the fields have the preset minimum-maximum limits.

The voltage edit window


The power edit window


The frequency edit window

Other windows

Other screenshots from which you can understand how EasyCPU works.

The EasyCPU Options window

The EasyCPU Options window

The small window that opens by clicking on the tray icon

The Help window

The App-Profile Paring windows

The Hotkeys windows

The Hardware Info windows

The Log FIle

My settings (Intel Core i7-9750H CPU)

My Cinebench20 score