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General / Re: Where is Administration community.bitsum.com ??
« Last post by edkiefer on Today at 06:43:41 AM »
sorry, no advertisements.
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General / Re: Where is Administration community.bitsum.com ??
« Last post by edkiefer on Today at 06:43:03 AM »
Where is administration?
It is about advertisement on your website.
Regards.
Sorry no advertisements.
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General / Where is Administration community.bitsum.com ??
« Last post by agrohimoxh on Yesterday at 08:18:45 PM »
Where is administration?
It is about advertisement on your website.
Regards.
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General / Where is Administration community.bitsum.com ??
« Last post by agrohimexm on Yesterday at 08:16:11 PM »
Where is moderator??
It is important.
Regards.
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Bug Reports / Re: 9.8.0.35 beta not liking the visual changes
« Last post by Jeremy Collake on May 29, 2020, 09:18:44 AM »
As of v9.8.0.43 beta (building as I write this), the new CPU core graph widths are better tuned now.
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Bug Reports / Re: 9.8.0.35 beta not liking the visual changes
« Last post by blaster on May 27, 2020, 10:48:42 PM »
Hi,

Regarding "Active Processes" sorry had the CPU inclusion slider all the way to the right.  Moved it back to the left - all good.  Just the %CPU box top right corner needs to be wider.

Thanks
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Bug Reports / 9.8.0.35 beta not liking the visual changes
« Last post by blaster on May 27, 2020, 10:43:11 PM »
Hi,

Recent update for 9.8.0.35 beta made at least two visual changes that would be good to change back.  I find the %CPU box too narrow - hard to see/pick out the cores - make it wider.  I'm fine with the %Ram box.  Active processes tab now only shows either none or one running file.  Before it showed all the files involved with running a program, which allowed one to make the adjustments to those required files.

Thanks
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Try switching your Performance Mode processes to only filenames (e.g. x4.exe), instead of full paths.

You'll have to do this through 'Options / Power / Performance Mode / Designate High Performance processes'.

Let me know if you find that more reliable than the full pathname.

Sometimes, rarely, the pathname isn't immediately available, specifically when a process is enumerated prior to its first module (the EXE) being loaded. That could cause the pathname matches to sporadically fail. The handling of this rare scenario with regard to Perf Mode is being evaluated, and the default behavior changing to use basenames (filenames). I have no other theory under which Perf Mode matches wouldn't be 100% reliable.

EDIT: This scenario is now handled as of 9.8.0.21 beta.
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To my best knowledge and Windows tuning guides for DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) its recommended to disable this
for computers with external USB audio devices. Could you kindly add this to your profile ?

BHP starts with a clone of the system's High Performance power plan, then makes known safe adjustments to dial-back CPU energy saving features

Making further tweaks would have consequences. While this or that tweak may work great for you, it might cause problems for other users. For this reason, adjustments such as disabling USB Selective Suspend are left to the user.

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PL 9.7.6.26, being run as service. Gaming Mode with Steam detection intentionally turned off, because then the machine works at highest energy profile too early when steam service is detected but not game running ...

That shouldn't happen anymore. It was traced to a timing issue that could occur sporadically.

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There are still issues where "Induce performance mode" has been set by GUI for the executable "X4.exe" but strangely it doesn't become active. IDLE saver kicks in and brings the machine from "Bitsum highest performance" to "energy saving"

At this time, I don't have any explanation for this observation. That doesn't sound right. What does the log say?
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Bug Reports / Re: Issues running governor-as-service with limited rights user
« Last post by edkiefer on May 13, 2020, 07:06:22 AM »
try removing X4.exe from performance/game mode list, I see a duplicate of it in both game mode and application power plan.
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