Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Penal Stingray, Jan 27, 2013.
Invariant TSC guarantees that after the CPU reset all cores` TSC are ticking in sync.
when using disabledynamictick yes. when my rig is idle. latency goes from 60 too
with disabledynamictick no its around 100 most of the time
I disable turboboost on my cpu and the latency will stay around 20-40
Okay will the OS/Computer preform better in games
yes but its hard to feel it.
Tweakhound says its a bad tweak.
Bad Tweak – useplatformclock true
What about useplatformtick command yes or no or delete value?
its not a bad tweak.
I have some games/programs that respond faster when its enabled, compared to when its disabled.
And this is what's I post at the other forum.
And I has been follow this topic for a long time.
Another look at HPET High Precision Event Timer
This is what's I know.
I am using Nightly(Firefox) GC time and OSU! FPS to test this, and the memory usage for Nightly is 3xxMB.
For windows 7, the GC/iGC time is the same(1xxms GC time), but the OSU! FPS has become more stable.
For windows 8, the GC/iGC time increased(From 60-70ms increased to 1xxms GC time), the OSU! FPS has been reduced, but more stable.
And this is what I get too.
I has been asking 5+ gamer that, why they switch to Windows 8.
They answer are the same.
"Because I found many games FPS has been increased."
And so did I.(25-30FPS with Planetside 2 while the Alert is on.)
I think it can be Windows 8 start using Invariant TSC more than HPET.
If you don't believe, just install Firefox and the add-on "MemChaser".
Click the MemChaser that showing on the Add-on Bar, click Reduce Memory.
See what is the difference for the GC time, with only windows 8.
PS:Remember to disable Core-Parking and also keep the same CPU and RAM setting.
Can anyone help me out ? compaired to all of yours mines seems terrible...and i can't seem to get it to go any lower. Using my studio monitor if I lower or raise the volume i hear a crackle
So bad that I has to tell you, disable the WiFi.
ah, thats not to bad im close to my ethernet whenever im doing anything on my studios, thanks for the tip m8
most of the cases if you are using desktop pc..
only disable dynamic tick, do not touch the (dont use) platformclock as it will stay off in windows.
and enable hpet in bios if there is any.
its the best
Installed Windows 8.1 x64, disabled dynamictick, and it appears that dpclat.exe no longer reports anything below 1000µs. LatencyMon does appear to still measure things correctly (mostly at ~100µs). Not sure if that's a bug with dpclat.exe or if this tweak no longer works correctly on 8.1. Anyone else have a similar situation?
Its a application issue, try latest Latencymon v5.
Nah I just found it funny ^
I dont take his words for granted anyway.. I used platformclock ON in windows7 for a long time and it was the best scenario for my old quadcore..
The program is bugged and will report spikes of 1000 or even a continues 1000, but it's actually not 1000 at all.
1:invariant tsc!if you disable hpet in bios and disable all powersaving feature in windows invariant tsc is on by default!
2:if you want to have most precise timing (dynamictic off etc)just disable window time sync
hopefully this help she some light ! you don't need to use bcdedit setting when it say for debugging!usually it means there is an alternate approved method ms include in the os or the bios!you have to find how!
Sorry to revive an old thread...but was hoping for some help. I have a brand new Win 8.1 install, with drivers only from MSI's website. I'm getting popping noise before sounds first start (all brand new parts/build). Windows is set to Performance. (can't post images yet)
16GB Crucial Ballistix
Intel Burn-in/Prime95/Memtest all pass without issues.
Use latencymonitor to troubleshoot, not DPC latency. Solved a fair few issues this way, but DPC latency checker is useless atm on W8.
This was using LatencyMon (imgur screenshots in last post are from this) -- Is there a different program to use? If so, can you link it (as google just comes up with LatencyMon when you type in latency monitor).
LOL this thread still going so many noob to windows 8 prolly not even 8.1 nooobs...... DPCLatencyChecker uses old kernel timing monitoring/reporting Win8/8.1 does not have latency problems it is faster in every way you are just clinging to the fact you are stuck in rut and once you lose your start mouse maze menu where one mistake you have to start all over you lose all bearings on what is reality and you freak out!!!!! LOL
would you mind speaking english or any language that isnt redneck? :bang: