Win10 Enterprise Power setting of "Ultimate Performace" WTH!!

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  1. newls1

    newls1 2[H]4U

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    I just installed Win10 Enterprise 2019 LTSC version, and after i was down installing all drivers and hardware, I was searching around OS as usual and upon going into "power Options" in CP, I found one more setting I can set the PC to, other then the standard usual 3... IIRC, the usual 3 are... Power saver, balanced power, high performance, and now a 4th option..... ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE! I set it to this, but anyone else notice this, and what the hell is the difference? Pretty neat tho, that enterprise version of win10 has this, and my other pc with most up to date 1809 win10 pro doesnt have this.... very weird!

    **EDIT** Upon googling, I found this info for anyone who would like to add this option https://www.howtogeek.com/368781/how-to-enable-ultimate-performance-power-plan-in-windows-10/
     
  2. newls1

    newls1 2[H]4U

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    apparently you didnt see the link in my post
     
  3. bigdogchris

    bigdogchris Wii was a Novelty

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    Apparently you edited the post after I posted the link.
     
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  4. Tiberian

    Tiberian DILLIGAFuck

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    >Ultimate Performance

    That's the setting that reverts Windows 10 to Windows 7 Mode so it actually fucking works. :D

    I mean really, this can't do much more than add a frame a second or maybe a handful at best and it just ain't worth the hype.
     
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  5. pendragon1

    pendragon1 [H]ardForum Junkie

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    its been on insider for a while, notice zero difference between it and my customized high perf profile.
     
  6. Mazzspeed

    Mazzspeed [H]ard|Gawd

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    Reminds me of the movie Spaceballs and ludicrous speed.
     
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  7. ManofGod

    ManofGod [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Interesting, I will have to check it out when I get home, if I remember too, thanks. :)
     
  8. st4rk

    st4rk Gawd

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    Clearly you did not read the article.
     
  9. Tiberian

    Tiberian DILLIGAFuck

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    Yes, clearly I didn't see anything in the article with any hard evidence, benchmark results, or any attempt at a path of proof to go by other than the article writer saying

    in gaming which is basically what I said already. Oh, let's not forget the real boost when the article writer really went beyond the call of duty to say

    cause by all means we know when you might see improvement that is of course hard incontrovertible evidence that yes Sir indeedy this is a serious thing for serious people looking for that extra frame per second or two. :D o_O:rolleyes:
     
  10. dwd999

    dwd999 Limp Gawd

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    I consider adding this option a first step. One of my pet peeves has been that during the installation setup process, they should ask you if you are installing on a battery powered or hardwired AC powered device. If its hardwired, then by default all power saving options should be turned off, giving us something like the Ultimate Power plan. But when I tried your link (THANKS! for that) and checked Ultimate Power, I found that it still has USB Selective Suspend Enabled. So until they have a plan that defaults to this setting Disabled, they won't have achieved Ultimate Power, at least in my opinion. I shouldn't have to go through the Device Manager to make sure that the Power Management options for all devices are Unchecked and turned OFF (especially any network and wifi devices) when I set up my machine. THANKS! again for letting us know they've made this improvement.
     
  11. st4rk

    st4rk Gawd

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    Yikes. I would just own up to the fact that you completely misunderstood the whole point of this power plan, but instead you continue to look ignorant.

    BTW, have you switched to Linux or perhaps Macs? It seems you don't understand Windows too well....
     
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  12. Mazzspeed

    Mazzspeed [H]ard|Gawd

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    The irony in that quote is staggering...