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Process Lasso / Re: Bitsum Highest Performance Mode vs Ultimate Performance mode
« Last post by Unico on July 26, 2020, 10:44:52 PM »
The input-lag is also subject to various factors of the hardware used, also in the context of the video card and the type of monitor, not having all a standardized machine, there are not the same results.
In the current question the problem is not so problematic, instead of using Bitsum Highgest Performance we use that of Windows.
Also to leave it always active, only when really power is required this is actually supplied, for me personally it is not a big problem.
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Process Lasso / Re: Bitsum Highest Performance Mode vs Ultimate Performance mode
« Last post by edkiefer on July 26, 2020, 05:01:26 PM »
I have double and tripled checked, there is nothing in ultimate power plan that can do anything..

All the settings are stored in the registry so that is where all settings are.
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Process Lasso / Re: Bitsum Highest Performance Mode vs Ultimate Performance mode
« Last post by Unico on July 26, 2020, 03:02:03 PM »
Translated message.
See your post i have tried it too, and I agree with you, but the difference between the two settings is not in itself.
I found that the difference lies in the "difference of the parkcontrol cpu management", putting in both the same perkcontrol settings the result is identical, both for better and for worse.
Strangely the "high performance windows" management, even if less performing as calibration in the assay, have the best low "input-lag" and is more fluid and reactive.
I respectfully confirm.
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General / Re: Any way to choose power plan when performance mode active ?
« Last post by bertie97 on July 24, 2020, 07:00:21 AM »
Thanks Ed, I somehow missed that checkbox  ::)
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General / Re: Any way to choose power plan when performance mode active ?
« Last post by edkiefer on July 23, 2020, 11:24:45 AM »
Is disable idlesaver while a game is running the option in question?  Can't see "disable while in Performance Mode"..... :-[
I did the update to the new beta & the issue seems to have gone away, didn't change any settings.  ???

It's working tho so thanks guys :)
Yes, that is the option, it shows up two places in PL menus.
1) Options>power>performance mode = "disable Idlesaver while a game is running"
2)Options>power>configure idlesaver= " disable while performance mode is engaged"

Both are really the same thing just worded and placed in different places.
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General / Re: Any way to choose power plan when performance mode active ?
« Last post by bertie97 on July 23, 2020, 11:09:44 AM »
The beta shouldn't matter, nothing changed in this regard. Check my prior guidance related to the rules having full paths vs filenames, though I don't know that is the issue.

Bertie's question is separate, and it sounds like it is behaving by design, depending on the value of IdleSaver option "disable while in Performance Mode".

Is disable idlesaver while a game is running the option in question?  Can't see "disable while in Performance Mode"..... :-[
I did the update to the new beta & the issue seems to have gone away, didn't change any settings.  ???

It's working tho so thanks guys :)
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General / Re: Any way to choose power plan when performance mode active ?
« Last post by empleat on July 22, 2020, 09:17:10 PM »
The beta shouldn't matter, nothing changed in this regard. Check my prior guidance related to the rules having full paths vs filenames, though I don't know that is the issue.

Bertie's question is separate, and it sounds like it is behaving by design, depending on the value of IdleSaver option "disable while in Performance Mode".
I tried induce performance mode, don't work either. And no full paths! And there isn't even process name in the logs and i don't know when it happened exactly and i couldn't look i was in VR. I will test that someday and try to check immediately, after it happens.
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General / Re: Any way to choose power plan when performance mode active ?
« Last post by Jeremy Collake on July 19, 2020, 04:26:31 AM »
The beta shouldn't matter, nothing changed in this regard. Check my prior guidance related to the rules having full paths vs filenames, though I don't know that is the issue.

Bertie's question is separate, and it sounds like it is behaving by design, depending on the value of IdleSaver option "disable while in Performance Mode".
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General / Re: Any way to choose power plan when performance mode active ?
« Last post by empleat on July 18, 2020, 11:03:10 AM »
Please open 'Options / Power / Performance mode settings / Designate High Performance processes ...'.

If you see a full path to your processes, remove those and replace them with only the filename. For instance, instead of "c:\windows\system32\notepad.exe", use only "notepad.exe".

Alternatively, you can simply clear the whole list and add your processes back by way of the 'Induce Performance Mode' process context menu (right-click) item. These days, processes are always added as only the filename, but that was not true a while back, so you may have old rules.

Let me know how it goes!
I don't know, what is up. I tried to reinstall program even once, but now it is working again. I did nothing...

Use the latest beta and add performance mode to that App, making sure in idlesaver you have the option "disable while  performance mode is engaged"
See how that goes.
Okay i enabled beta, see if it helps.
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