As I’ve been optimizing my system, i noticed my memory latency scores were not lining up as they should. Long story short, after going through many tests, it was piservice running in the background that alone was adding .6ns of latency to the overall system performance.
What does this mean? latency is how fast your system is able to process data between the mem, cpu and other subsystems. You want this number as low as possible. What you don’t want is random services eating up resources that impact the system performance overall.
Is .6ns a big deal? At any given time, your windows 10 system will be running between 90-100+ services. Now if each one of those was eating up .6ns, you’re looking at 60ns just in idle! That’s almost double the 33ns I run at idle for my daily setup. You would absolutely feel a loss of performance and general sluggishness from the operating system if your latency was that high.
How does this compares to other services? when i disabled, “print spooler, intel wifi, intel Bluetooth, server, workstation, logitech, realtek” COMBINED! had .1ns impact. That’s right all those services put together had a .1ns of a latency hit while pitools alone gives you .6ns
@PimaxUSA @SweViver @PimaxQuorra please get this information over to your developer team for better optimization of the software. There’s absolutely no reason for a background service in an idle state to eat up that many resources.