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F.lux makes computer lag?

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F.lux slows down Windows pretty bad whenever it's transitioning from day to night. (20 second period). I'm posting this in monitors because it isn't using my RAM, HD, CPU, or GPU.

Unless it's just an issue with my GPU drivers..
Edited by Conley - 1/19/10 at 9:21pm
post #2 of 4
That is strange you could change it from a slow transition to fast though.
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post #3 of 4
It lags me too, not only when its transitioning. Whenever flux is on and screens yellow I notice performance dropping significantly. It's especially noticeable when I use high cpu/gpu intensive programs like photoshop.
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My games don't seem to run any worse with f.lux on. When it's doing a 20s transition, it only uses 1-2% cpu
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