See your total CPU at a glance. Now you can see your total CPU usage in the application and also as a today widget in your notification panel. Build for MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Pro and Mac mini.
Mac app features:
◆ See your CPU core (8-Core, 10-Core, 12-Core, 14-Core, 18-Core)
◆ Get the total memory use in bytes
◆ Get the startup time in seconds
◆ Your current CPU model and frequency
This is built by the developer of the most popular browser extension Turn Off the Lights. To learn more go to https://www.stefanvd.net
+ Improvement Hyper-threading count for 12-Core, 14-Core, 18-Core
To learn more about CPU Check app or do you have any questions go to www.stefanvd.net
Ratings and Reviews
Does It’s Job Well… But there is one thing to fix...
Simple app that does what it says. My only complaint is that it only shows up to 16 core threads, and I’m running it on my new 10-core (20 thread) iMac Pro. Can we get please a resize option for the app window?
Works Like a Champ
Simple and to the point. If you want to know how the cores of your CPU are being taxed at certain times, CPU Check will let you know. It’s just like the picture above, works beautifully with the most up-to-date system as of this writing: 10.11.6 (El Capitan). As a Logic Pro X user, it’s good to be able to turn certain things on and off to see what the impact is and how many more processor intensive plug-ins and instruments I might be able to add. I couldn’t be happier with this simple app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.