Started by empleat, June 06, 2020, 09:27:03 PM
Quote from: empleat on June 06, 2020, 09:27:03 PMHello,is there any difference between Bitsum Highest Performance Mode and Ultimate Performance mode. I prefer Ultimate Performance mode with disabled idle saver, because i heard microsoft made it to eliminate micro stutters. It feels there is less input lag than using High Performance mode with same setting. I know there are many more hidden power plan settings. I don't know all what they do. I tried unhide some and i had already set them to max. But anyway i wanted to ask, if there are some more hidden power plan settings. Or if i use Ultimate Performance mode with disabled idle saver, my cpu already works at maximum potential. Thanks!
Quote from: empleat on June 07, 2020, 10:58:23 AMEDIT: strange, Ultimate Performance power plan feels much better than Bitsum High performance plan set to same settings, all above mentioned. And i am not imagining it, i can tell 6 ms difference in input lag, tested myself see above. And i was supreme master class in cs go and i am very sensitive to this!
Quote from: Unico on July 26, 2020, 03:02:03 PMTranslated 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.
Quote from: Coldblackice on October 08, 2020, 11:58:47 PMI just realized something -- in the "Bitsum Highest Performance" plan, the setting "USB Selective Suspend" is enabled, however, on "High Performance" plan, this setting is disabled.Perhaps this could be a source of the differences the two people above are experiencing given that they seem to be tied to USB? Just a possibility.Is there a reason BHP keeps this setting enabled? Is there any use or harm in disabling it?
Quote from: Jeremy Collake on October 09, 2020, 09:53:05 AMBHP starts from a clone of 'Ultimate Performance', if it exists (it may be hidden). If it doesn't exist, then 'High Performance' is cloned. From there the *only* modifications are to disable below base CPU frequency scaling and CPU core parking. The USB selected suspend setting is not altered by Process Lasso. I don't have any additional guidance on whether you should enable or disable USB selective suspend.
Quote from: edkiefer on October 09, 2020, 10:41:09 AMThe main reason you see this option mentioned or used is for a workaround of a USB2 device that loses connection from the system (goes to sleep and never wakes up). Disabling this option through power plan or Device manager stops the idle condition, but at a cost of more power usage.Probably not an issue on desktops but may matter on laptops.Here one example link.https://www.windowscentral.com/how-prevent-windows-10-turning-usb-devices