Started by vladfcrb, February 13, 2016, 12:26:27 PM
Quote from: vladfcrb on February 13, 2016, 12:26:27 PMHow to set process lasso for best performance in games and parkcontrol too . I play LoL and CS:GO .
Quote from: vladfcrb on February 14, 2016, 07:45:28 AMcpu cork parking : i disabled all ? and set to 100% ? or i leave it how it is:D and game mode on and pro balance on both checked or only game mode ? bad english sorry
Quote from: vladfcrb on February 14, 2016, 10:53:35 AMLet's recap : probalance enabled and gaming mode enabled ALWAYS ,i set the games in game mode list and i set power profiles application (lol.exe-bitsum HP and csgo.exe-bitsum HP) ,power profile Bitsum HP ALWAYS , and i do this : "One other option in options>Probalance setting> advanced options , set enabled "Disable CPU core parking during Probalance restraints" if you want. "If you have something to tell me or that's all .It's nice up here?If I'm wrong correct me .
QuoteAnd look my Cpu core parking :http://postimg.org/image/rusajnhu7/ .you need to change something or it's good ? and need to set cpu power profile to Bitsum HP ?Sry for my bad english . And thank you for helping me !!!
Quote from: vladfcrb on February 16, 2016, 01:26:20 PM1)how i enabled aero ? and what is DWM and how i active? i have windows 7 and i have some errors blue screen driver graphic but idk why:(2) i have one problem : when i entry in game power plan not set automatically Bitsum HP why? i do this manual ...sry for my bad english
Quote from: vladfcrb on February 17, 2016, 12:15:14 PMi have this settings man.. and i try again and dont work.. my default is high performance and when i entry in game diddnt change in Bitsum HP.. i do this manually but is ok..
Quote from: vladfcrb on February 18, 2016, 07:21:28 AMFree version
Quote from: vladfcrb on February 23, 2016, 11:01:09 AMit selected clasify as a game and : http://postimg.org/image/q50jvgifl/ , and i change power profile high performance
Quote from: WillG027 on February 22, 2016, 09:10:43 PMPersonally I set the Games exe to/use:* Power profile to switch at game launch Application power profile to 'High Performance' (Which is set at %100 CPU all the time)* Classify as Game* IO priority High* Priority Class to 'Above Normal'* CPU Affinity - All cores selected.This has given me smooth performance in all games I have played.
Quote from: edkiefer on February 23, 2016, 11:32:56 AMThat is interesting results , I have never seen any difference with game processes by raising priority or I/O< . . . . . >Curious , have you done detailed testing on priority set higher with better results ?I be interested in which games you found , I will assume there MP/online type.
Quote from: WillG027 on February 25, 2016, 03:30:37 AMPerhaps one modification will not yield much change - But I set my whole system to three tier catagories.That being Critical>Normal>Below/Inconsequential.I set non-essential processes to below normal and low priority. I never set anything lower than that, as it seems to have a negative effect. (Either extreme, Highest/Lowest, seems to have a negative effect, as processes either hog CPU cycles - or are starved of them; slowing the system as a whole)I also try to push as many of these non essential programs off of the first two cores (4-core 3570k).Most OS and important processes remain at default/normal settings.A handful of critical processes get 'Above Normal' priority. No more than a few.I don't have any hard statistics or FPS data to back this up, but my sensory perception of the game is that it is smoother. There is a lot of debate at the moment about a tool program for Nvidia drivers called ' NF Tools by Nabil Fathi'.Most users trash it and say it does nothing.As a person who has VERY sensitive hearing, touch etc. - I am susceptible to flicker and changes in frame rates etc. - - I can 100% say that games are smoother with the tool installed.Most people trash the program, and the author, which is a shame I think; because, IMO, it's not that the tool isn't doing anything, it's that the majority of people, perhaps, don't have the sensitivity to detect the change. . .
Quote from: edkiefer on February 25, 2016, 07:41:57 AMOk, your a real power user with micro managing priorities That may work as long as your careful with high, above normal process counts Yes, I was following the NF tools , I don't have any input , but am monitoring progress (he is basically setting flags for the driver) .
QuoteIt was mentioned (somewhere) that the NFTools may introduce an extra buffer for the Video Card output.
Quote from: BenYeeHua on March 02, 2016, 02:34:37 PMWell, it did change the debug registry for driver, so it did doing something, just you can't confirm what it is doing, unless you are Nvidia's dev. http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?p=5223539#post5223539Yup, it is possible long time ago, just no one maintain it (D3DOverrider).As I know so far the tomb raider's games or using SLI will force enable it, so it may possible to enable it via debug.