Force GPU Usage Unchecked
First Run: 2208
Second Run: 2752
Third Run: 2822
Force GPU Usage Checked
First Run: 2175
Second Run: 2275
Third Run: 2309
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on 07/26/2012 – Made popular on 07/26/2012
My 780 Ti won't go into 3D clock speed with Warcraft open, even when I'm sometimes getting 30 FPS (and 30% CPU usage). Is there any way to force 3D speeds at all times, or at least force it to use them in certain applications?
I just bought SurvivalCraft and had loads of force closes. I had no idea what was causing the fc's. So after all my trial and (mostly) error... I found it was force GPU rendering. I tested te and time again and unchecked it works. Check it and it won't get past the first screen. If anyone has a problem with 3D games try this
Since a few days ago cpu usage is high just because of a system process located at /usr/sbin/atd. The load averages are most of the time at 15 - 21. top command is showing the high usage too. about 60% - 70% for system (sy).
Why atd is processor hungry?
I have already tried /scripts/fixeverything --force and upcp --force.
Question is simple as, when i do dstat -n i get what I assume to be a unit in bytes? But i would like a way to force the units into Mb/s or for it to simply tell me the unit it is displaying. Is there any way i can do this, or is there a similar tool to dstat which will give me this option. I am only talking about network here, i am not concerned about my disk usage/memmory usage etc.