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post #2941 of 3536
Problem with Strobe duty 007, Strobe phase 043 is **** is to dark. and with 100 its just to much input lag. How to fix this? its to dark even if i have the VT tweak, and there seems to be no way inbetween, since i want as low input lag as possible, while having BBR on... how?

BENQ XL2720Z
1920x1080
front porch 48 pixels, 3 lines;
sync with 32 pixels, 5 lines
Horizontal total 2080
VT 1500
post #2942 of 3536
Hi, i have one question and need your help:

Does changing Gamma or Digital Vibrance on nVidia control panel affects latency in any way?

Thanks!
post #2943 of 3536
I just noticed, I don't know if someone told about it, Asus Q-Fan or any other Fan Controller in bios, disable them, it improved my mouse control to steady speed, instead changing randomly speed every restart or randomly after some actions, can't even explain it. just disable it as other people say too. Just in the bios, no software installed in windows.


http://www.monitis.com/blog/2013/01/24/performance-tuning-windows-2012-network-subsystem-part-2


"System Management Interrupts

Many hardware systems use System Management Interrupts (SMI) for a variety of maintenance functions, including reporting of ECC memory errors, legacy USB compatibility, fan control, and BIOS controlled power management. The SMI is the highest priority interrupt on the system and places the CPU in a management mode, which preempts all other activity while it runs an interrupt service routine, typically contained in BIOS.
This behavior can result in latency spikes of 100 microseconds or more. If you need to achieve the lowest latency, look for a BIOS version from your hardware provider that reduces SMIs to the lowest degree possible, referred to as “low latency BIOS” or “SMI free BIOS.” It is not possible to eliminate SMI activity altogether because it is used to control some essential functions, such as fan control."
post #2944 of 3536
What is the best NVIDIA Driver for CS:GO fps? I have a GeForce GTX 760 (192-bit).

Using Windows 8.1. One guy earlier recommended the 347.09 Beta, but wanted to see if you guys have anything better. (Haven't tested that yet.)
Edited by Fluxify - 8/5/16 at 12:02am
post #2945 of 3536
Quote:
Originally Posted by x7007 View Post

I just noticed, I don't know if someone told about it, Asus Q-Fan or any other Fan Controller in bios, disable them, it improved my mouse control to steady speed, instead changing randomly speed every restart or randomly after some actions, can't even explain it. just disable it as other people say too. Just in the bios, no software installed in windows.


http://www.monitis.com/blog/2013/01/24/performance-tuning-windows-2012-network-subsystem-part-2


"System Management Interrupts

Many hardware systems use System Management Interrupts (SMI) for a variety of maintenance functions, including reporting of ECC memory errors, legacy USB compatibility, fan control, and BIOS controlled power management. The SMI is the highest priority interrupt on the system and places the CPU in a management mode, which preempts all other activity while it runs an interrupt service routine, typically contained in BIOS.
This behavior can result in latency spikes of 100 microseconds or more. If you need to achieve the lowest latency, look for a BIOS version from your hardware provider that reduces SMIs to the lowest degree possible, referred to as “low latency BIOS” or “SMI free BIOS.” It is not possible to eliminate SMI activity altogether because it is used to control some essential functions, such as fan control."
Your post reminded me of visiting http://www.speedguide.net/analyzer.php again. Seems like they've updated the TCP Optimizer for Windows 10. Nice!
Also I'll try the Asus Q-Fan thing. Let's see
post #2946 of 3536
Guys

Check if you have Intel Management Engine Interface on the Device Manager > System Devices >
Because I had version 8.1.xxx and it had very high ISR number in Latencymon with the file HECIx64.sys . after installing the newest I could possibly find and installing on my system 11.0.5.1189
I have TeaDriverW8x64.sys instead of HECIx64.sys and there are no more ISR.


DON'T DISABLE - Intel Management Engine Interface




More information


The Intel(R) Capability Licensing Service Interface is part of the HECI bus allows the host operating system (OS) to communicate directly with the Manageability Engine (ME) integrated in the chipset. This bi-directional, variable data-rate bus enables the Host and ME to communicate system management information and events in a standards-compliant way, essentially replacing the System Management Bus (SMBus).

Intel(R) Capability Licensing Service TCP IP Interface runs as a separate (within the context of its own process) windows Service named “Intel(R) Capability Licensing Service TCP IP Interface”. This is installed with Intel(R) Trusted Execution Engine which is the name of a computer hardware technology whose primary goals are (a) attestation – attest to the authenticity of a platform and its operating system (OS); (b) assure that an authentic OS starts in a trusted environment and thus can be considered a trusted OS; (c) provide the trusted OS with additional security capabilities not available to an unproven OS.

The Intel® Dynamic Application Loader (DAL) Host Interface Service is a component of the Intel® Identity Protection Technology that is installed with the ME firmware toolkit. The Intel® DAL Host Interface Service is a Windows service and provides basic communication services. Intel® IPT with PKI uses the Intel® Management Engine (Intel® ME) and 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i5 or i7 vPro™ processor-powered systems to provide a hardware based security solution.

Intel® Managment and Security Application Local Management Service is part of the Intel® Management Engine components.

Intel® Management Engine refers to the hardware features that operate at the baseboard level, below the operating system. By enabling interaction with low-level hardware. It is important because it is how the processor, graphics and a few other subsystems ensure they are running with the right settings to work together.

Intel® USB 3.0 monitor is part of the Intel® USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver and its main functions are:
Monitors plug and play status of all USB 3.0 ports.
Generates pop-up message for event notification.
Edited by x7007 - 8/9/16 at 7:10am
post #2947 of 3536
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Probably done posting here. Explanation:

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1455145.0

Shame R0ach I find your posts valuable often. While the topic itself doesn't interest me enough it seems at a glance you discuss different things. You talk about a value derived from consensus, he talks about items that have an intricate value, ie they are valuable due to function or practicality somehow. Don't let stupid people that can't use logic or common sense dictate where you post, be it forum moderators or professors. I'm part of a small group of people that have developed a method for teaching dyslexics to read and write. This despite what most people from the pedagogical field claim is impossible. Despite us providing proof in the form of studies, people who have gone and gotten a dyslexia diagnosis, then went back to the same place to take the tests again then showing no dyslexia (impossible) and loads and loads of references. One of our clients is a mother of 4 dyslexic children, all of whom we have educated and can now read and write properly. 3 of them have dyslexia diagnosis. So when this mother of 4, an acknowledged scientist in her own field, contacts a person at her own university she gets snubbed off. She more or less get's called an idiot. Of course the person at her university has never talked to us and even less been at one of our classes. I can go on and on. Point is. I really don't care about what stupid people think or say.
post #2948 of 3536
Can someone help? When I had a fresh install of Windows 10, LatMon gave me good readings of 10-20 us. I checked now and the drivers storahci and storport are causing spikes of up to 1,800 us. Highest execution on both of these drivers is a whopping 1.15 ms. What the hell is going on here?!
post #2949 of 3536
Hopefully you don't have devices connected to non-integrated ATA controller (they are usually Marvell or ASM controllers). Ideally everything is connected through the integrated Intel SATA controller. If so, then maybe you don't have the ideal RST driver installed. Check this site for information on picking the best Intel RST driver for your system: http://www.win-raid.com/t25f23-Which-are-the-quot-best-quot-Intel-AHCI-RAID-drivers.html
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post #2950 of 3536
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Originally Posted by VolsAndJezuz View Post

Hopefully you don't have devices connected to non-integrated ATA controller (they are usually Marvell or ASM controllers). Ideally everything is connected through the integrated Intel SATA controller. If so, then maybe you don't have the ideal RST driver installed. Check this site for information on picking the best Intel RST driver for your system: http://www.win-raid.com/t25f23-Which-are-the-quot-best-quot-Intel-AHCI-RAID-drivers.html

I followed R0ach's guide and didn't install Intel RST. Will one of these RST drivers fix it if I don't have one installed at all?
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