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Saturday, November 9th 2019, 1:56pm

Well hysteresis would prevent an output from changing while its input goes below a certain level, and vice versa.
This does make sense, as CPU temperature can bump. Of course a sliding lp filter can result in nearly the same.
But if both mathematics exists, it means they both have their usage.


Junior Member

Saturday, November 9th 2019, 2:10pm

This is using the LP filter. you can see the output of the lp filter is still jumping.

This is because the output from the lp filter is at a limit

And this limit is at a threshold:

I suppose i have to add a second playground, which uses your other example to define the same steps, but not graphically.
But i also think it won't fix this issue.

On the other hand, having an hysteresis can fix this jumping issue.

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "softlion" (Nov 9th 2019, 2:12pm)

Tuesday, November 12th 2019, 12:20am

Looks like aquasuite is a little bit CPU hungry. It is almost always on top of my Task manager by CPU usage during idle so it prevents CPU from idling

Here is the comparison with HWinfo lanched at the same time by CPU usage with both aquasuite and HWinfo closed to tray

This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "xumix" (Nov 12th 2019, 12:26am)