Hi Rick, Yeah, the latest revision, 0.5.2.0, really used a lot of cpu time. I looked at the Task Manager and it was up around 100%. I reloaded 0.5.1.0 and theMessage 1 of 5 , Aug 24, 2011View SourceHi Rick,Yeah, the latest revision, 0.5.2.0, really used a lot of cpu time. I looked at the Task Manager and it was up around 100%. I reloaded 0.5.1.0 and the timecame down to about 65% with only V4 running.I also checked my latency and its running between 72ms and 96ms.Pretty good I think....Fred, W1WYCBTW, my FT920 is intermittent. I haven't had a chance to get inside it yet, we've been busy getting ready for our granddaughters 30th birthday today.I'll probably hold off on opening the 920 until after Irene clears here Sunday night.----- Original Message -----From: Rick MuethingSent: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 5:43 PMSubject: Re: [V4Protocol] Checking CPU usage of various programsRobert, AllThat last update which used a suggested method of graphics updating inadvertently gobbled up a lot of CPU time maintaining the shadow waterfall graphics. I have an update which I am now testing that put is back to the original CPU loading but I want to test it further to see if it precipitates the waterfall freeze. Unfortunately since I never see the waterfall freeze here on any of my computers testing the release to see if it fixes (or makes worse!) the waterfall freeze is a time consuming and hit or miss effort.If others have had waterfall freezes that want to try out a test version let me know and I’ll send you a test V4 TNC.exe file to try.Rick KN6KB.
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