CPU load spiking, so how to setup 'Cool and Quite' ?!?!?

Discussion in 'Mainboards / CPU / RAM' started by jcee, June 9, 2006.

  1. jcee

    jcee Portal Pro

    November 23, 2004
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    I saw 0.2RC4 spiking.. at least when recording a movie.

    When I tried to setup CrystalCPU to benefit from Cool and Quite I have to setup thresholds when the CPU multiplier is increased and when it is decreased.

    The problem is that due to that spiking I am always cycling through the modes.. Is there any way to optimized it..?!
    I guess a more smoother CPU load would not be a realistic MP request!? :?

    So how are you addressing that problem?!
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  3. tklon

    tklon Portal Pro

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    Try using RMClock.

    There are different profiles used by the program. Performance on Demand is Cool 'n' Quiet. Then you can select a Performance/Power Saving Preference. Setting this to Power Saving Level 4 could perhaps help to avoid your spiking problem.

    Current official version of RMClock is 2.05. In the Forum you will find 2.1 Beta-test release 2. This works very good with my Athlon XP-M.

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