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.
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
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.
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
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.
Here's just another build: 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...
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