Started by bertie97, August 10, 2012, 02:23:15 PM
QuoteGot this enabled now folks, thanks very much, mouse feels great now.Peace.
QuoteYes, core parking benchmarks have been surprising and show fairly clearly that is tuned too aggressive for most hard core users. This may be because the average Joe is so different from a hard core PC user (e.g. a gamer). That is why I recommend disabling it in your highest performance power profile, then switching power profiles as desired. As ParkControl and Process Lasso allow.
QuoteWait a second, I am eating myself?
Quote from: bertie97 on October 23, 2012, 08:16:11 AMNot for me it seems...
Quoteeat your subjects.
Quote from: BenYeeHua on October 23, 2012, 12:40:16 PMWas not bertie97 means that, the Core Parking in the os that install at SSD is fail to read the value by ParkControl?
Quote from: bertie97 on October 08, 2012, 07:17:30 AM@ BYH - look again. Parkcontrol is recorded above. The point of the posts - https://bitsum.com/forum/index.php/topic,1702.msg8883.html#msg8883I'm looking for an anomaly which would explain why the CP dialogs apparently no longer allow me to assign individual settings per power profile. [They do not update/hold updated settings when 'apply' is hit]I guess I could record the screen activity as a movie file to prove I'm not just making this up.I'd imagined recording my reg activity might reveal something. The fact it doesn't appear to suggest the problem lies elsewhere.
Quote from: bertie97 on October 02, 2012, 10:27:47 AMIn my case the OS is 7x64 & PL park control works fine on my old install.Resmon doesn't show me the info I want as far as I can see - ie the OS setting - I am assuming the reg entry above shows that the scheme is possible & active. Resmon & perfmon only give me the readout that it has come into effect I think.powercfg/q givesQuotePower Setting GUID: bc5038f7-23e0-4960-96da-33abaf5935ec (Maximum processor state) Minimum Possible Setting: 0x00000000 Maximum Possible Setting: 0x00000064 Possible Settings increment: 0x00000001 Possible Settings units: % Current AC Power Setting Index: 0x00000064 Current DC Power Setting Index: 0x00000064Again I assume this is the correct state as ...0064 is full control is it not?At this point I am more interested in hunting down why it's not behaving as before...Not life or death, just something I want to tear apart.
QuotePower Setting GUID: bc5038f7-23e0-4960-96da-33abaf5935ec (Maximum processor state) Minimum Possible Setting: 0x00000000 Maximum Possible Setting: 0x00000064 Possible Settings increment: 0x00000001 Possible Settings units: % Current AC Power Setting Index: 0x00000064 Current DC Power Setting Index: 0x00000064
QuoteFixed GPU-Z not starting or crashing the machine on systems with broken HPET implementation
Quotewhen you say asus power management profiles are you talking windows based as a new specific power profile setup up in control panel>power options ?
Quote from: BenYeeHua on December 11, 2012, 11:38:49 AMYup, not that EPU.Laptop has a FN shortcut key to change the Asus custom power profile quickly, but now they changing it into show program instead of changing to next custom power profile.And the software always changing the minimum processor state to 100%, after you pull out the AC supply and use battery.I only left 2-3 Asus laptop must use software(like FN key, Aicharger+, touchpad etc), as the other software must having other bug that I don't know.
Quote from: edkiefer on December 11, 2012, 07:34:57 AMwhen you say asus power management profiles are you talking windows based as a new specific power profile setup up in control panel>power options ?I ask cause they also have power saving profiles in bios on newer MB, these try to lower CPU/MB package wattage usage , I never tried them but from what I understand it lowers the clock rate and some voltages to get wattage way down (they have 35 and 45w profiles for IB CPU in the P8Z77 MB series
Quoteyes, thats what I did just modify the stock profile and export that as a profile .
QuoteI don't use any of the EPU or TUP stuff . I do make sure CPU goes to idle fine and voltage drops as it should . According to many monitors apps it only uses less than 10W at idle, low speed so can't get much better IMO there .
Quote from: Jeremy Collake on December 16, 2012, 06:13:57 PMI always set ASUS fan speeds to 'Turbo' because by default ASUS wants to show off how quiet they can be. Problem is, the fan is there for a reason ;p. They literally let the CPU come to within a few degrees of overheating before they kick in, lol.
QuoteEdit2:Holy **** this may be a placebo, but my mouse movement feels ridiculously improved simply by doing this... Overall system responsiveness on my i5-3570k and even my laptop, which is a Core2 T8300 is massively increased.Looking at my voltage for my processor, it still goes into C-States and reduces clock frequency. Looking at power consumption, it hasn't changed like at all in Argus Monitor.Dude, wtf.
QuoteIt says it may increase power consumption, but C-States still work for me. Frequency still goes down, voltage still goes down when it's not under load, and looking at power consumption in Argus Monitor it hasn't increased. However, system fluditiy and responsiveness is off the charts now. I would estimate it increased by maybe 400%. The easiest thing to notice is mouse responsiveness.