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Slow down time in Windows 7 when turning on HPET in BIOS - Tips ...
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Hello! I have motherboard ASUS M5A97 LE R2.0. Operating system - Windows 7 x64. When I turn on parameter HPET in BIOS, the time in Windows begins to lag behind real. In 1 minute there is a lag for 20 seconds.
TWEAK: Enable HPET (in BIOS and OS) for better performance and ...
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By default Windows 7 uses different timers in the CPU to calculate stuff. HPET is the newest and best of these timers, but because of default combination of timers it takes longer time for CPU to keep up all the timers and sync ...
Do you have HPET enabled or disabled? | AnandTech Forums ...
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However, it appears that disabling it in the BIOS still impacts performance even if the OS isn't using it specifically. Generally, I recommend not using HPET as a system timer if you have Windows 7 on up and a Core i5/7 (or AMD ...
Try changing HPET settings to improve your PC's performance ...
https://www.ghacks.net/2013/04/18/try-changing-hpe ...
Apr 18, 2013 ... The High Precision Event Timer (HPET) is a hardware timer that has been developed by Intel and Microsoft. HPET has been used in PC chipsets for nearly a decade at the time of writing. Different timers may be used ...
High Precision Event Timer - ウィキペディア
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High Precision Event Timer(高精度イベント タイマー、HPET)はパーソナル コンピューターで使用されるハードウェア タイマーである。マイクロソフトと ... は、HPETを 使用することが知られている。Windows Vista、Windows Server 2008、Windows 7、 x86バージョンのMac OS X、バージョン2.6の Linuxカーネル、FreeBSDとOpenSolaris 。
High Precision Event Timer - Wikipedia
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The High Precision Event Timer (HPET) is a hardware timer used in personal computers. It was developed jointly by Intel and Microsoft and has ... The following operating systems are known to be able to use HPET: Windows XP SP3 , Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, x86 based ...
How to Enable Hpet FULLY!. | Tom's Hardware Forum
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What is it? a hardware enabled clock. Do i need it? Yes. on windows vista/7 you need Hpet enabled by default. Where is it in the bios/eufi. Normally...
HPET ON vs HPET OFF ( WINDOWS 10 ) | Ryzen 5 2600 + VEGA 56 ...
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Apr 20, 2019 ... This about HPET which has not been talked about recently. HPET is the short term for High Precision Event Timer and is known to improve the performance on older hardware once disabled. But how about in new hardware ...
Win7: Enabling HPET, bcdedit /set useplatformclock true (command ...
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Hello, I would like some help to understand a few things about win7+ HPET and Bios+ HPET. To start it was my understanding that if you enabled HTEP in the bios win7 would automatically be using HTEP.
Easy Way to Disable HPET to Raise Performance : Overwatch - Reddit
https://www.reddit.com/r/Overwatch/comments/6nfvxf ...
The best solution I've found is to disable your computer's HPET (High Precision Event Timer), which normally only runs on a couple obscure applications and, according to my research, is largely obsolete on Windows 10. So, please check if  ...