I have some machines with lots of cores that I would like to continue to use mostly for CPU-only projects, but also to utilize for GPU computing. Each GPU task usually takes anywhere from less than one core to most of two cores, depending on the hardware and project, so on a machine with 12 cores, having at most 2 cores dedicated per GPU and the rest to a different, CPU-only project would seem closer to ideal than a 50/50 split. But so far, I have not found a way to configure the BOINC manager within a local machine to allocate resources differently other than an even split between projects. The reason I don't want to configure globally using individual project websites is because some of my machines have few cores and are dedicated completely to GPU tasks, while others have many cores and need to work on multiple projects. CPU allocation must be tailored specifically to the local machine's current configuration. Is there a way to change the percentage of cores allocated to each project within the local BOINC manager?