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too small char in MHz best way change to GHz
#1
i using aida32 i wish to  change to hwinfo
but i see big problem in hwinfo

there are too small chars in MHz
aida use better way GHz, less chars & bigger 
same problem many others free memory 2000 equal to 2

   
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#2
Which ones do you mean, the per-core bars in the summary window ? It's just for illustration, if you want to get more precise numbers, you can get them in the sensors window and you can display them in graphs.
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#3
post updated
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#4
I see, you're right it's difficult to recognize.
I will put this at the top of my to-do list.
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#5
then near time aida will be removed Wink
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#6
one more thing updates looks too fast & too many changes
aida using better/inteligent method of updates

in hwinfo MHz much frequently jumping its a little useless

hwinfo should be two methods of updates:
- real time
- averaged/fixed value in time
ex. last 5 seconds was 2200 most time, then i see no jumping, only that 2200
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#7
You can change the refresh interval, default is 2 seconds. If you wish to see average numbers only, you can hide the other columns.
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#8
average in all time is useless
averange in few last seconds its very good
average its not possible in tray
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#9
Average values in tray is on my list as well, but not averaging during a custom period.
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#10
but...
   
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#11
Smile
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#12
Try this build: http://www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw32_507_2671.zip
It will allow you to show average values in tray and divide them by 1000.
Let me know how it works...
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#13
in tray i see same numbers, like previous

idlike to see different, best test are 5 seconds with interval 0.5s in 10 tests
this test tell me what is most used GHz
1. 0,5 / 2. 1,1 / 3. 1,1 / 4. 1,1 / 5. 2,2
6. 2,2 / 7. 2,2 / 8. 2,2 / 9. 1,1 / 10. 1,1

procesor have steps 3 550, 1100, 2200 (my adjustments with k10stat)

(550+1100+1100+2200*4+1100*2)/10=1485 nearest  is 1100  then i see in tray number 1,1
i understand its may be as fake number for someone, but we are people we dont so fast like computers
similar alrgoritm use aida
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#14
bugs:

1. 290MB free memory, hwinfo after divided = 0, in aida =0.3
with hwinfo division, removing aida32

2. numbers with dots are smaller in aida same size
maybe better smaller letter spacing
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#15
You probably forgot initially to enable the new options. I cannot reproduce the problem with division (290 / 1000 = 0), is this still happening?
Averaging using a custom period has not (yet) been implemented.
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#16
1. aida 0.5 looks bigger, but procesor usage in hwinfo looks bigger
2. in percent usage of processor its useless decimal, dont care is this 8% or 8.5% procesor usage
3. yes all time 0 but memory 200-300MB free
   
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#17
Ah, I know why - try to set the number of decimal digits to 1 for memory usage. I'll fix this in the next build, so you don't need to change that setting and in case you use 0 digits + divide by 1000, it will always display 1 decimal digit in tray.
You can adjust the number of decimal digits for any value to whatever you desire.
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#18
i dont see that option... ok i found section custom
looks now much better & will use all time



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#19
Here's just another build: http://www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw32_507_2672.zip
This adds the ability to specify a custom period for calculating average values. Note, that the period is not specified in time units, but in number of update cycles. Average values are then calculated from the last N values read.
Please let me know how it works...
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#20
1. its ok, but wish to see not real average, my average, one of: 550/1100/2200
2. when i set 500 & 10times, looks ok, but other values too frequently jumping, lack option: "show averange for all"
3. show in tray:
- average value
- average in your hardware steps (my favorite)
- real time value
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