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Process Lasso / Re: ProBalance Defaults and CorePrio questions
« Last post by shm0 on Today at 01:26:02 PM »
Thanks for your reply.

You can view Coreprio activity with SysInternal's DebugView. You'll need to run it as admin and turn on 'Options / Capture Global Win32'.

But this doesn't show which processes/threads get assign to each core?

I checked  "Enable Bitsum's DLM" and set "CPU Affinity Mask" to 55 and "Threads to prioritize" to 4.
This should distribute threads over Core 0,2,4,6 first and then over 1,3,5,7?
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Process Lasso / Re: ProBalance Defaults and CorePrio questions
« Last post by Jeremy Collake on Today at 11:00:58 AM »
I'd use the lower value, though either is fine. For some user, the higher value might be preferred, but generally you want ProBalance to be able to act before a load ramps up too high. There is also no real penalty if it were overly-active.

We'll evaluate how the defaults may differ on install and make a fix as appropriate. Thank you for reporting that.

Yes, "Enable Bitsum's DLM" needs checked else CorePrio won't do anything. You can view Coreprio activity with SysInternal's DebugView. You'll need to run it as admin and turn on 'Options / Capture Global Win32'.

At this time, integration of CorePrio into Process Lasso is not imminent, though certainly on the radar.
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Process Lasso / ProBalance Defaults and CorePrio questions
« Last post by shm0 on Today at 10:24:55 AM »
Hi!
On a fresh install of Process Lasso, ProBalance -> 'Per Process CPU Usage' (sorry I don't the correct translation) is set to 20%
When the default settings are restored it is set to 8% (maybe others values are also off)
Which value is the better one to use?

And can I use CorePrio to prioritize one core per CPU package first?
(e.g. CPU 0, 2, 4, 6 and so on)
Does "Enable Bitsum's Dynamic Local Mode' need to be enabled to make CorePrio actually work?
Is there a log somewhere?
Do you plan to integrate CorePrio into Process Lasso?

Thank you.
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General / Re: Anti cheat software...
« Last post by ammiemie69 on Yesterday at 02:53:58 AM »
 :D :D :D
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General / Re: What's "Bitsum Highest performance" ?
« Last post by Jeremy Collake on March 28, 2020, 01:09:02 PM »
Bitsum Highest Performance is installed by Process Lasso. See this page for more information on it: https://bitsum.com/bhp/

Yes, you should use it instead of High Performance.

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Hi.  First time registered. 

Came on to ask what the subject says: In Project Lasso Pro, what's the difference between "Bitsum Highest Performance" and "Ultimate Performance"? 

I searched online and couldn't find any answers, nor in the Project Lasso documentation or help section, nor in the forums.

I'm wondering which one would be best for games.  I always thought Bitsum Highest Performance was, as when I first installed it and read about Project Lasso, it mentioned it allocated the most resources to a designated program.  But "ultimate"... isn't that the best of the best?  Ha, so just thought maybe it was better for games.

Which should I use?
Hi, Use BHP power plan, that is optimized for games by Bitsum.
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Hi.  First time registered. 

Came on to ask what the subject says: In Project Lasso Pro, what's the difference between "Bitsum Highest Performance" and "Ultimate Performance"? 

I searched online and couldn't find any answers, nor in the Project Lasso documentation or help section, nor in the forums.

I'm wondering which one would be best for games.  I always thought Bitsum Highest Performance was, as when I first installed it and read about Project Lasso, it mentioned it allocated the most resources to a designated program.  But "ultimate"... isn't that the best of the best?  Ha, so just thought maybe it was better for games.

Which should I use?
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General / Re: What's "Bitsum Highest performance" ?
« Last post by edkiefer on March 28, 2020, 06:37:54 AM »
I have never seen this mode under Power options, when this was added to Windows 10 ? Also should I use it over "High performance" mode ? (having gaming PC)
Hi, There have been changes over the yrs in PL.
The first is the renaming of "game mode" to "performance mode", the function is the same as before. The Bitsum high performance you are talking about is the power plan that is used with it, though it is an option too.
The other thing that has changed in the last few months is how the feature options are categorized in the menus, there now grouped accordingly to CPU, power, memory, control  etc.
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General / What's "Bitsum Highest performance" ?
« Last post by baiselmareo6 on March 28, 2020, 03:52:42 AM »
I have never seen this mode under Power options, when this was added to Windows 10 ? Also should I use it over "High performance" mode ? (having gaming PC)

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General / Re: Anti cheat software...
« Last post by pmotosporth on March 26, 2020, 06:01:26 AM »
 :) :) :)
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