Windows 10 ‘Ultimate Performance’ mode for power users

Windows 10 ‘Ultimate Performance’ mode for power users ?

Is this helpfull for Latency systems?
Anyone has expierence with this option in Windows 10?

As MS says :
“This new policy builds on the current High-Performance policy, and it goes a step further to eliminate micro-latencies associated with fine grained power management techniques,” explains Windows Insider chief Dona Sarkar. “As the power scheme is geared towards reducing micro-latencies it may directly impact hardware; and consume more power than the default balanced plan.”



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This is a very intresting subject… anyone ?

I don’t think many people will have the Windows 10 Pro for Workstations edition that has this option.

IT has RFS enabled by default as well as NVDIMM-N support, yest it is interesting, very.

I guess this means I will be able to revive my separatist era battle droid after all :slight_smile:

You can actually turn it on, on all Windows 10 systems…

Doesn’t make any difference here. Also had usb selective suspend enabled by default which always causes me issues.

LatencyMon results are showing no change. DAW performance shows no improvement.

Ok, so the latency is not improved. But it should be more steady because performance of the system should be not cutdown by the power sceme…
It is not that important then. Thx.

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As far as I can work out all it does over high performance is disables core parking…if you already set your processor minimum state to 100% in advanced settings you already have ultimate performance.

Ok thx, basically only very small improvement.
Thx for your answers…

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It’s much more than a power setting, it supports non volatile memory.