Dar din cite inteleg tu de fapt n-ai nevoie de TS.ThrottleStop is designed for a lot of different laptops so not all of its features are available for every CPU.
SLFM is Super Low Frequency Mode but it was only available on the later Core 2 mobile CPUs.
If he clicks on Set Multiplier then the Power Saver option becomes available. Power Saver gives you a low multiplier when lightly loaded but on the modern Core i CPUs, I don't think it is going to save you very much power.
If Set Multiplier is set to Turbo, then the Disable Turbo option becomes available. If you are using a reduced multiplier like 8.0 then Turbo Boost has been disabled already so the Disable Turbo option isnot needed and is greyed out.
In the Power Limits window, laptop manufacturers have decided to lock most of these adjustments by setting a Lock Bit in the bios. If you boot up and most of the stuff in that window is greyed out, that means it has been locked by the bios. You can see that Lock Power Limit Register is checked so no changes are possible.
- (Build 1550) Fixed Recycle Bin issues.
- Added initial support for Windows 8.
- Added expanded Recycle Bin contents in detailed view.
- Improved Thunderbird cache cleaning support.
- Improved Safari history cleaning.
- Improved "Unused File Extensions" registry rule improvements.
- Improved Secure file deletion on FAT32 file system.
- Improved Drive Wiper tool to prevent UI freezing.
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Raspuns:I don't know if this is the right place to ask this question, but I am wondering why LAME 3.99 32-bits and LAME 3.99 64-bits make mp3's that are different in size.
One example is this: an mp3 made with LAME 3.99 32-bits is 7,76 MB (8 138 854 bytes) in size, but the same song encoded with LAME 3.99 32-bits is 7,75 MB (8 137 291 bytes) in size.
The song was ripped with EAC 10. B3 and not modified in any way.
But, I am puzzled about that 1563 bytes in filesize difference
Edit: I forgot to mention that I used LAME 3.99 Bundle compiled with Intel Compiler 11.1. and LAME 3.99 64bit Bundle compiled with Intel Compiler 11.1. Downloaded from rarewares yesterday.
De aici: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=79682&st=200, posturile 219 si 220. Rapunsul e al dezvoltatorului LameQuite simply, it's the fact that one is generating a compile for 32 bit using the internal 'nasm routines' whereas the 64 bit compile uses the compiler's internal processor optimisations. In this case the same compiler is used, but if compiles for the same target are created using different compilers, the encoded output will differ in size to a small extent because the internal math routines differ, amongst other things. I hasten to add that no one, to the best of my knowledge, has yet been able to discern any audible differences between any of the differing outputs generated by the encoders created with different compilers.
Nu-i deloc același cod, explică chiar în link. Pe 32bit se folosește o bibliotecă în assembly pe 64bit se folosesc compiler intrinsics.Daca e acelasi cod inseamna ca [...]
Marius '95, că de obicei își generalizează experiența limitată pentru toată lumea.Nu-i ca si cum cineva ar auzi "muzica" peste 15 KHz.
Da, exact.Mp3? What year are we in?
Ați trecut toți la Vorbis sau la AAC? Nu de alta, da' de pe la 128 kbps încolo e irelevant.Mp3? What year are we in?