You would also need the "last timestamp" of the sample for which the condition (threshold) was false to be able to calculate the...
This is a nice and useful feature.
Just an idea of design if you're interested:
You could also use a "FOR clause - time period" instead of...
Thank you for the new release.
Well, I was looking for a similar solution a while ago.
I have Vista, 8800GTX, 169.09 drivers and a Sony 55" SXRD.
I don't remember when...
Many thanks for the new release!
Well, I think they're good.
BTW, my CPU runs at 3 GHz.
It won't damage the hardware in my opinion.
If you change your mind about the noise - there are a few guides in this forum to set it according to...
Have a look in this thread:
Fair enough - as I understand your reasons about not having Rivatuner "injecting" or hooking into various libraries to perform the task.
That's not entirely true also.
LowPower3D is used during non very demanding games as well.
For instance, when playing Counter-Strike Source,...
Ok, then what about a plugin with only the "hardware acceleration" detection in it which can be used by the graph monitor?
Here is a guide to switch when a higher core clock is detected:
Here is a screenshot of mine with Aero (no Sidebar thou').
The profile used is (only core clock MHz): 2D: 324, Low3D: 432, Perf3D: 576
I have Vista Home Pro with Aero enabled all the time and the profile used is "Standard 2D".
It might be the Windows sidebar. I...
An overclocking profile consists from 3 settings (or if you want, power modes):
Low-power 3D (if active)
Well, I know Aero is 3D but the ForceWare drivers are switching back on "Standard 2D" profile on Vista with Aero. I've set all 3 profiles (so,...
I see. That explains it.
Thanks for your answer.
The approach you are referring to works very well indeed but it involves starting the RTSS.
While it's not a biggie to start the RTSS, I was also...
That's not true.
ForceWare drivers are switching correctly to 2D on Vista with Aero enabled.
Just to report that 22.214.171.1240 with "old I2C control method" doesn't freeze my laptop anymore.
I was experiencing freezes with 126.96.36.1990 & 755...