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So is this basically saying that I should be running my cpu at a fixed constant voltage for lowest amount of input lag? Meaning r0ach has his cpu running at max voltage 24/7?
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So is this basically saying that I should be running my cpu at a fixed constant voltage for lowest amount of input lag? Meaning r0ach has his cpu running at max voltage 24/7?

No, that's stupid.
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No, that's stupid.

Yea it certainly doesn't sound reasonable. I was referring to this part:

"3) Turbo Boost/C-States/EIST/Thermal Monitor/Etc: You do not want any of these on. No matter how efficient Intel claims they are, all the dynamic power and speed adjustment modes they have added are latency monsters, easily noticeable by a B-grade gamer, assuming you don't have other, higher latency bottlenecks in your system."

Turbo Boost / C-states are required for adaptive voltage right?
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Yea it certainly doesn't sound reasonable. I was referring to this part:

"3) Turbo Boost/C-States/EIST/Thermal Monitor/Etc: You do not want any of these on. No matter how efficient Intel claims they are, all the dynamic power and speed adjustment modes they have added are latency monsters, easily noticeable by a B-grade gamer, assuming you don't have other, higher latency bottlenecks in your system."

Turbo Boost / C-states are required for adaptive voltage right?

you can make different profiles in the bios,gaming or other stuff.nobody says you need to use that voltage 24/7.
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Was simply asking a question no need to be a troll thumb.gif
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Yea it certainly doesn't sound reasonable. I was referring to this part:

"3) Turbo Boost/C-States/EIST/Thermal Monitor/Etc: You do not want any of these on. No matter how efficient Intel claims they are, all the dynamic power and speed adjustment modes they have added are latency monsters, easily noticeable by a B-grade gamer, assuming you don't have other, higher latency bottlenecks in your system."

Turbo Boost / C-states are required for adaptive voltage right?

Adaptive/Offset is separate from C-States and whatnot. If I remember correctly.
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No, that's stupid.

Yea it certainly doesn't sound reasonable. I was referring to this part:

"3) Turbo Boost/C-States/EIST/Thermal Monitor/Etc: You do not want any of these on. No matter how efficient Intel claims they are, all the dynamic power and speed adjustment modes they have added are latency monsters, easily noticeable by a B-grade gamer, assuming you don't have other, higher latency bottlenecks in your system."

Turbo Boost / C-states are required for adaptive voltage right?

I played with those a bit and didn't see a difference, Latencymon showed me hovering around 200 microseconds regardless. Which isn't the lowest latency so maybe it's hiding behind some other lag source, but two tenths of a millisecond isn't a big deal to me.
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I played with those a bit and didn't see a difference, Latencymon showed me hovering around 200 microseconds regardless. Which isn't the lowest latency so maybe it's hiding behind some other lag source, but two tenths of a millisecond isn't a big deal to me.

None of those things are related to DPC latency, but 200 microseconds is quite a lot I'd say.
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None of those things are related to DPC latency, but 200 microseconds is quite a lot I'd say.

Here i have a constant 70ish latency with some rare 500μs spikes =/

Edit: my bad ty Trull
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Here i have a constant 70ish latency with some rare 500ms spikes =/

I assume you mean 500μs, which is really bad anyway.
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