Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Bukkake, Sep 18, 2012.
Yes same little bit!!!but increase latencymon latency so i remove it
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I think disabling from windows and not touching in the bios and no Bcdedit command is the best way.
Yes is true default ALL
What might the chances be that some of the background software causes his HPET issue?
Apart from that he also has an issue with a driver....
I been playing with hpet off for afew weeks, forgot i turned it off, after remembering and turning it back on games feel smoother more responsive and more fps in some games like PUBG. I just disable hpet in device manager, is that the best way to do it, or? Also this is on an intel machine.
That`s the best way to not do it. Disabling the device in Device manager does not disable actual HPET (and does not prevent any kernel mode code to use HPET).
I LOVE this topic for years never ending...
It's easier for a meteorite to fall and the planet to disappear than for this post to have an end, I've given up using these settings.
New windows 10 21H1 or Windows 11 insider you dont need apply nothing,default is the best way no bcdedit commands no nothing.
Has been so for years with good drivers and no messing about, the currently known thing that can affect DPC latency to the negative are Windows MPO's and Nvidia drivers since 461.09, Nvidia is working on it and has some users currently testing a fix, so that fix might be in the next driver release.
Nvidia provided a workaround for now though:
After updating to NVIDIA Game Ready Driver 461.09 or newer, some desktop apps may flicker or stutter when resizing the window on some PC configurations | NVIDIA (custhelp.com)
Other things that will spike Latency Monitor are power saving/throttle modes and settings.
As example, using the Windows build in "Power saver" plan will add spikes as soon as a program/game triggers the plan to boost the CPU, at least with Zen 3 CPU's.
I had it off since like a year, and I'm thinking on enabling it, any reason why to keep it off/on?
Leave everything on default unless you can clearly identify an incompatibility with your hardware configuration that you can attribute to a specific setting.
It might surprise you, but Nvidia and AMD don't tweak the systems they test their drivers on.
From the moment you change something this deep down in the OS, you are on your own.
Furthermore, on quirky platforms like X299, enabling HPET literally halves the drawcall throughput of the CPU.
"In summary the problem is a very slow timer implementation of the High Precision Event Timer on modern platforms, that is used without care by the developers. Badly affected are Skylake X and Kaby Lake X. Impacts can also be shown on Threadripper, Coffee Lake and in some degree on Ryzen as well. It could be discussed if a slow functionality is a bug, but honestly let's just call it the "HPET bug"."