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Originally Posted by DJ_OXyGeNe_8 View Post

"Intel Speed Step" definetely remove lag. I forgot to disable it, yesterday I did disable and my keyboad works well now. Before always freezing.


I also had another problem. This happens together and I always think this is just a lag, but looks like 2 different problems. The problem is; when I'm in a air vehicle (BF4) and when turn left or right looks like FPS drop. I know it's not, because when I check FPS it's normal, but game get slow down for 1-2 sec. I decided to change some bios settings. Actually dont know what are these and how will effect my system, but feels better.

Disabled - Hardware prefetcher and Adjucent Cache Line prefetcher.

I did disable these, because I did test everything before. Anyone know what are these?
The prefetcher options apparently helping with DRAM loading times.My Asus Z97-AR won't let me disable Intel Speed Step, everytime I disable it and boot up, it shows EIST being on in HWiNFO64
post #1872 of 3506
But EIST is C1 C-State, while speedstep is just throttling.

EIST/C1E is set in the CPU settings, speedstep in the OC tweaking settings - at least on my Asrock.
Edited by softskiller - 8/18/15 at 3:12am
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De-Crapifying Win 10 v 0.1 post

I did a reinstall of Win 10 to test the new Nvidia drivers (355.60). It's still not up to par with Win 7 or Win 8 and I would currently not recommend the OS. There's a heavy mouse cursor feel with it that's not on older operating systems. I have a feeling the cause of this issue might be the Edge browser and it's integration with the UI. This isn't a final guide, but here's the settings I have so far, subject to change, especially the ghetto hack to remove Cortana.

In addition to doing the settings from the Win 8.1 post located here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1433882/gaming-and-mouse-response-bios-optimization-guide-for-modern-pc-hardware/1020#post_23338511

Here are the Win 10 settings I'm working with so far:

New Services To Change in addition to the Win 8.1 ones:

Diagnostics Tracking Service - Disable
Geolocation Service - Disable
Dmwappushsvc - Disable (related to the keylogging ability of win10)
Network connection broker - disable (I believe this service had a dependency in Win 8.1 where it was more difficult to get rid of)
Tile data model server - disable - This will kill the ability to use left click menu of the start menu, but right click still works (hkey_local_machine > system > currentcontrolset > services > tiledatamodelsvc - Set "start" key to 4 to disable
Windows Error Reporting service - disable
Background intelligent transfer service - this usually stayed off when set to manual on Win 8.1, but Win10 wants to keep it on all the time so if you disable it, you will have to re-enable to run Windows update


Disable Windows Automatic Updates:
Type gpedit.msc in the run box

Go to:

Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Update

Select "Configure Automatic Updates" and set to "Disabled".


Disable Windows Defender:
Type gpedit.msc in the run box

Go to:

Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Defender

Set "Turn off Windows Defender" to "Enabled"


Disable Windows Error Reporting:
Type gpedit.msc in the run box

Go to:

Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Error Reporting

Set "Disable Windows Error Reporting" to "Enabled"

Just in case, you might also want to change the same setting under:

User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Error Reporting

Disable Desktop Gadgets:
Type gpedit.msc in the run box

Go to:

Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Desktop Gadgets

Set "Turn off Desktop Gadgets" to "Enabled"

Disable Cortana:
Type gpedit.msc in the run box

Go to:

Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Search

Set "Allow Cortana" to "Disabled"

This does not actually get rid of the background process, to do that:

Open task manager, right click Cortana, click open file location, rename the cortana folder after killing the task


Disable Data Collection/Telemetry:
Type gpedit.msc in the run box

Go to:

Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Data Collection

Set "Allow Telemetry" to "Enabled" then set the option to "0-Enterprise only"

This setting may or may not work on Win 10 pro. It supposedly defaults to a setting of 1 "basic" if it doesn't.


Remove Uninstallable metro apps:
Open powershell as administrator and use the following commands:

Remove Windows Store:
Get-AppxPackage *windowsstore* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove Camera:
Get-AppxPackage *camera* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove Mail & Calendar:
Get-AppxPackage *communi* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove News, Sports, Weather:
Get-AppxPackage *bing* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove Groove and TV:
Get-AppxPackage *zune* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove People:
Get-AppxPackage *people* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove Phone:
Get-AppxPackage *phone* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove Voice Recorder:
Get-AppxPackage *soundrec* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove Xbox:
Get-AppxPackage *xbox* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove Maps:
Get-AppxPackage *map* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove OneNote:
Get-AppxPackage *onenote* | Remove-AppxPackage

Remove Alarm:
Get-AppxPackage *alarm* | Remove-AppxPackage
post #1874 of 3506
According to ars you can't completely stop the tracking ms does in w10. Don't worry though for windows 11 they will have hidden all these features completely so you won't have to worry about not being tracked.
post #1875 of 3506
renaming cortana's folder make search unusable when I open the "start"(windows key)
I can't live without this. frown.gif

and this: https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/3f10k0/things_to_removedisable_in_windows_10/
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post #1876 of 3506
Is there any pcie usb controller with OC polling rate?

I think I'll have to use Linux ...
Edited by LzbeL - 8/20/15 at 1:21pm
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Don't forget the

How to use the throttling mechanism to control network performance

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/948066


Setting NetworkThrottlingIndex to ffffffff - should fix the issue.
post #1878 of 3506
Im seeing no difference in the instructions here compared to the ones for windows 7, which does not and have not worked for win 8+ so far

Anyone trustworthy tried this yet? - 99% sure it wont work.
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Don't forget the

How to use the throttling mechanism to control network performance

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/948066


Setting NetworkThrottlingIndex to ffffffff - should fix the issue.
Does that really help? I've recently done this:
post #1880 of 3506
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

Does that really help? I've recently done this:




The one you did in the screenshot doesnt effect at all for almost anyone who use pc.


I have 10gb connection , at least lan to lan . internet is 500/10 soon 1gb/1gb. . but testing a maximum bandwidth.without sound reached 9.5 gb of speed. Testing the same test with any kind of music or even just skype lowered ot to 5.5 gb. With the registry set it is always 9.5 no matter sound is playing or any multimedia. Should be better for online games too. The lower speed should happen no matter what speed you have if you dont chane the registry. I just wrote how drastically it can change for maximum with easier numbers.


You should also disable Superfetch service and Prefetch registry. They are not needed for Ssds.
Edited by x7007 - 8/21/15 at 4:36am
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