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Solved total CPU usage issue
#1
Bug 
Hello

I have an issue with HWInfo and the total CPU usage
CSV log file:
.csv   WT_cpu_game.CSV (Size: 15.82 KB / Downloads: 1)

how it looks graphically:
   

how it looks doing mathematical average over the 4 cores:
   

and how it looks with W7's own Resource Monitor:
   
(note use this only as comparison since in the CSV and graph is the monitoring data while game playing and this is only in hangar view, basically game is IDLE)

CPU: Intel Q9550 @2.83Ghz
MB: GigaByte X38-DS5
Mem: 8Gb DDR2
Vid: Radeon HD7870
OS: Win7 x64
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#2
Thanks for the report. You're right this doesn't seem to be correct.
So the screenshot from Resource Monitor is not from the same time as the CSV ?
Is Task Manager showing the same data as the Resource Monitor?

Also, could you please attach the HWiNFO Debug File? It's not necessary to capture the entire monitoring session, just for the system config details.
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#3
(10-18-2012, 10:20 AM)Martin Wrote: So the screenshot from Resource Monitor is not from the same time as the CSV ?
correct
Quote:Is Task Manager showing the same data as the Resource Monitor?
yes
Quote:Also, could you please attach the HWiNFO Debug File?
here:
.dbg   HWiNFO64.DBG (Size: 679.4 KB / Downloads: 1)

thank you for the quick reply
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#4
According to the data it shows a constant Total usage of 72.5% during that period. What about rest of time (before and after), did it show the same constant usage?
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#5
(10-18-2012, 10:51 AM)Martin Wrote: According to the data it shows a constant Total usage of 72.5% during that period. What about rest of time (before and after), did it show the same constant usage?
I will have to get back to you on that, will do another batch of testing and report back


le:
OK, slap me and call me stupid Confused
I had the total CPU sensor turned off and looks like it recorded the 1st value for the entire data pool
apologies Angel
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#6
Smile
Yep, that's how it works if you disable a sensor... I'm glad that it's solved now, because I run out of ideas Wink
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#7
to avoid such issues for future, consider not pooling data for disabled sensors Wink
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#8
I agree, it's confusing.
I'll fix this in the next build.
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