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softlion

Junior Member

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.

softlion

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)

softlion

Junior Member

Friday, December 13th 2019, 6:58am

> Looks like aquasuite is a little bit CPU hungry.


Always after an update. Stop and restart the aquasuite service and it stops being hungry.
I also found that changing some properties (in virtual sensors or somewhere else) may trigger this issue.
Again stopping and restarting the aquasuite service make it stops being hungry.

softlion

Junior Member

@Shoggy new idea for you

Friday, December 13th 2019, 7:00am

I baught an UPS, installed a NUT server on a raspberry pi, and would like to display the power usage of the UPS in aquasuite.
Any way to get this done ?

InfoSeeker

Senior Member

RE: @Shoggy new idea for you

Saturday, December 14th 2019, 6:13pm

I baught an UPS, installed a NUT server on a raspberry pi, and would like to display the power usage of the UPS in aquasuite.
Any way to get this done ?

I may be wasting your time, but maybe not :)

I know nothing about the raspberry pi, but I do have an APC Smart 1500 UPS protecting my system. And I am able to monitor it using HWiNFO to gather the information (remaining run-time being my interest), and then display it in the aquasuite via the Windows Services feature. HWiNFO does not, at this time, pickup the load power or load current, but one could petition Martin at HWiNFO and he may accommodate. Again, this may not be useful to you, but it is how I monitor my UPS.

Wednesday, February 26th 2020, 9:58am

Could someone start thread for PLAYGROUND?
• To post common virtual software templates for various purposes, (e.g. fan hysteresis based on degrees, that is apparently f-cking magic in 2020, no one except for MSI Afterburner and SpeedFan supports it).
• To request virtual sensor templates for those whose imagination is weaker.

Because:
• I want my 4 system fans to spin in step-based pattern (not curve-based) + have option to set hysteresis (exactly like in MSI Afterburner).
• I don't understand half of what this bloated software does and it looks as if the devs write it for themselves and not for their customers.
• I don't want to learn (and re-learn after every update) because I have no time for that. Not to say that you can't find a PDF with clear in-depth instructions for it anywhere. E.g. why there are more than 1 set of profiles with the same color coding; how to see what settings are saved in each profile?
• I want a one-time set-up-and-forget program that I don't need to open up again until I upgrade my hardware.

This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "kotletas" (Feb 26th 2020, 9:59am)