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Speccy sensor fetching causing massive latency spikes.

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Not saying speccy is to blame at the core of the issue, but after troubleshooting audio latency spikes for weeks, it dawned on me that the spikes were every 3 seconds, and I have speccy always running in my tray fetching temps every three seconds. closed Speccy, spikes gone. That's all I know for now. 

Asus ROG laptop, connected to power, tested with and without battery.

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sounds like Speccy is putting a strain on the PC's resources and drags other tasks down until Speccy is satisfied.

what are the performance spec's, like memory, CPU, clock speeds, PC age?

have you tried making Speccy only check every 10 seconds or so?

what about using Task Manager to turn it's CPU priority down a few notches.

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Hi JesseAdrian,

 

Thanks for posting!

 

This seems quite unusual, would you be able to create a support ticket about this here?

 

If you could provide us with the information that mta has requested or attach a Snapshot we will look into this for you  :)

 

Thanks! Tom

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Ticket submited with speccy snapshot and screenshots, thanks guys. I do believe power management within my 'performance' laptop is probably the heart of the issue, but despite troubleshooting all variables, seems that closing Speccy is the only way to completely resolve the latency issues, which I've now noticed occur whether Speccy is in tray or not, fetching temps. 

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sounds like Speccy is putting a strain on the PC's resources and drags other tasks down until Speccy is satisfied.

what are the performance spec's, like memory, CPU, clock speeds, PC age?

have you tried making Speccy only check every 10 seconds or so?

what about using Task Manager to turn it's CPU priority down a few notches.

Sufficient resources! No overclocking. 

 

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