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ASUS ZenStates

ZenStates 0.7.6747

- Created a new method for storing settings, hopefully works better. Also has the advantage of being human readable XML (should be located under C:\ProgramData\ASUS ZenStates).
- Removed Performance Enhancer and replaced it with PPT/TDC/EDC control. They're inactive right now since I'm not able to reset back to default values at the moment.
- Again attempts to install/start the service at launch so you don't have to manage it yourself
- Added more details to the Event Log messages from AsusZsSrv for easier debugging
- Any settings are now only applied when the tray icon is initialized
- Added a "-min" switch for the software which is used for auto-starting. This means that by default when launching the application manually, the main window will be visible.
- The "Save" button now only appears when settings are not saved

http://www.mediafire.com/file/6robkt...200.7.6747.zip


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post #2 of 233 (permalink) Old 04-16-2018, 11:11 PM
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thanks would it be 1800X?

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Glad to see you're still supporting this - definitely has come in handy a lot!
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Do you have a link to a post or something to elaborate on what Eternal XFR is? My gut feeling would be something along the lines of XFR still working with a custom overclock.. Or is it under wraps?

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Custom XFR sounds great!

I did use zen states for a period when I was getting to grips with pstate/manual ratio & C-states. Worked well.

However I found from my testing that performance was slightly less than when overclocking with the BIOS. I have seen others say the opposite though.

Great software and I'd be interested in testing the custom XFR if it will work with the Crosshair VI
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External XFR sounds extremely interesting.

thanks as always elmor
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Still using ZenStates and pre-ordered the 2700x, so thanks for keeping it up-to-date (: The future changelog looks promising, especially the XFR bit.

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What the app really needs is a "reset all values to default" option.

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Is it "External" or "Eternal" XFR?

Anyway, an XFR that is working with OC would be awesome .. 4GHz on 1 or 2 Cores isn't a big deal for any Ryzen.

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Quote: Originally Posted by chakku View Post
Do you have a link to a post or something to elaborate on what Eternal XFR is? My gut feeling would be something along the lines of XFR still working with a custom overclock.. Or is it under wraps?
Quote: Originally Posted by TwoBeers View Post
Is it "External" or "Eternal" XFR?

Anyway, an XFR that is working with OC would be awesome .. 4GHz on 1 or 2 Cores isn't a big deal for any Ryzen.

As written, Eternal XFR. More info after the Ryzen 2/C7H embargo is up.


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What the app really needs is a "reset all values to default" option.

Reset to whatever the BIOS settings are? That's doable.
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