|IN that case I would contact the vendor of the application and explain the problem to them. It maybe that they can adjust the thread scheduling to take some pressure of the CPUs. |
As Lmillar says, it is the OS that controls memory allocation but it is the application that requests memory in the first place. Possibly the applications memory requests could be tweaked not to be so aggressive in its demands.
Either way there is not much the user can do about it.
I assume these are 64 bit CPUs