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Posted · Original PosterOP

Very simple question, does xtu setting you have aplyed auto-apply when you start up?

2- If you close xtu, does it still work on the background?

 

If

it doesn't, any app that does or any way to automated XTU?

-Also, what is the equivalent on AMD?

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I havent used XTU in a long while so i cant really remember, but try and apply a light overclock and see if its applied at startup.

 

For AMD use Ryzen Master.


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10 minutes ago, We Didnt_t start_the_fire said:

Very simple question, does xtu setting you have aplyed auto-apply when you start up?

2- If you close xtu, does it still work on the background?

 

If

it doesn't, any app that does or any way to automated XTU?

-Also, what is the equivalent on AMD?

about 2, yes the setting you set in XTU are retained even after you close the application but i dont know if it still applies after a reboot, For AMD you can use Ryzen Master.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
16 minutes ago, Uptivuptiz said:

but try and apply a light overclock and see if its applied at startup.

 

I am actually using it to under-clock my laptop, using bios on deskop for overclocking. 

The problem is I never know if the XTU is applied when I start it up, if I open XTU then is it aplyed on start or open the XTU?

 

Actually if it doesn't aplly on start up, does it apply when opening XTU after?

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What you can do to test if the underclock is applied at startup is to run a CPU benchmark (like Cinebench R15) and see what the result was for the benchmark. Additionaly you can have something like HWinfo running while benchmarking to look for highest temps. When all thats done, apply the underclock and do it again. Then compare the 2 results.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Uptivuptiz said:

What you can do to test if the underclock is applied at startup is to run a CPU benchmark (like Cinebench R15) and see what the result was for the benchmark. Additionaly you can have something like HWinfo running while benchmarking to look for highest temps. When all thats done, apply the underclock and do it again. Then compare the 2 results.

Well do sometime and let you know.

Here is another question though first. Will XTU assuming it does not start on start up, auto set my setting to last use? I know it have save files, but isn't the same.

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