- 11th August 2008 at 08:04 #46789
what happens when you deactivate RMClock?
- 11th August 2008 at 14:59 #46790
- 11th August 2008 at 15:17 #46791
Found something! I opened Task Manager and enable
“Show processes from all users” and when try to change
the priority it showed as realtime!
Now, let see what caused this? How can I change the
priority when it started?
EDIT: Found this http://forum.rightmark.org/topic.cgi?id=6:1149
(7th post, from the developer himself) 😀
- 10th August 2008 at 08:52 #43225
It works except there is one minor but very annoying problem.
Before I had sound stuttering problem but it was fixed by changing
the SystemResponsiveness to 20 (from 100) on the Registry.
After that I realize that there is another sound stutter problem, but
this time it happen every few seconds, and very short (less than
100 ms I think). I found that RMClock caused this, because when
I open the window it gives me more sound stuttering, even when
I click a button/text-box/etc on its main window. This affect not
just sound but movie and game also affected, in short the entire
I use RMCLock to undervolt my CPU so it would generate less heat /
noise and consume less power. It was fine on XP, I don’t know in
Anyone have tips?
BTW, yes, processor scheduling is optimized for programs in System
Sorry for my English…
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