Started by Blood154, October 28, 2014, 03:01:32 PM
QuoteWhat is your complaint due to the CPU load?
QuoteYou can change that behavior though
QuoteHi Jeremy & Ben, have you anything planned for tweaks on Timer Resolution?
QuoteThe biggest culprit for me is the Skyrim Creation Kit which chews up processing power especially when animations are toggled on.The other one is Chrome where mea culpa there are around 30 windows running.What would be the upside & downside of increasing the timer for all Chrome windows (hopefully in just one click)?Thanks for the program!
QuotePreventing the timer frequency from being raised on your machine is simple. All you have to do is inject code into every process which shims timeBeginPeriod before it is called so that calls to it are a NOP. However, despite this being an obviously trivial task that could be put together in mere seconds, nobody has yet offered up anything more than code snippets and links to references.
Quote from: lmstearn on January 04, 2015, 08:20:45 AMNothing more than expected with the CK. It is a greedy program. Can be a problem when running the configured game process Skyrim and its modifications. But that's an issue with CK not your software. What do you suggest with Probalance?Fairly happy with the way Chrome runs. But open to suggestions (apart from reducing child processes)
QuoteYou can also change the CPU affinity of Skyrim