EasyCPU: how to improve the cpu performance

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by EasyCPU developer, Sep 7, 2019.

  1. Richard Zheng

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    Oh...

    Cool, I guess!
     
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    This tool is a bit easier to use since the UI is overall easier to understand but I prefer throttlestop myself
     
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    @Temp1234453 you have a problem of resolution and screen proportions.
     
  4. EasyCPU developer

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    Ok, only the main differences ...
    EasyCPU does not handle older CPUs than the fourth generation, Throttlestop also handles old ones.
    EasyCPU manages different turbo boosts for each profile (I don't know if throttlestop does it, I ask for confirmation).
    EasyCPU also manages the power plan, Throttlestop and XTU do not (can be very useful, not only for the power, as the Windows power plans manage many things, such as standbay and more).
    If I'm not mistaken XTU doesn't handle speed shift, EasyCPU and Throttlestop do it.
    EasyCPU and XTU can automatically run a profile when you launch an app, Throttlestop doesn't think so.
    EasyCPU has an installation setup and therefore you don't have to manually create the procedure to run at startup and you don't have to manually install the mfc libraries (after downloading them to another site).
     
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  5. Temp1234453

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    Its 1080p , with Windows scale set to 125% afaik
     
  6. EasyCPU developer

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    I can only reproduce a similar error by mistaking the proportions: For example by setting 4: 3 on a 16: 9 screen. Try setting Windows recommended settings ...
     
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    Have you by change got the intel Power balance as an option in this program?
     
  8. EasyCPU developer

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    No at the moment EasyCPU does not have this setting. Is useful? I could add it in the next version ...
     
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    In an older laptop with optimus, it actually boost cpu performance power usage over intergrated graphics power and vis versa, which may be ideal for certain situations. There isnt much documentation of it however. What would be gold though is if you can decode intels microcode btw :)
     
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    Why spend the time to try and re-create ThrottleStop? I just don't get it... This doesn't make any sense to me.
     
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