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If you've not provided a full size screen shot of
SDRC when it is exhibiting this problem that might be a good idea,
too. Show as much detail about your setup as possible, of course.
That means using options to put up optional onscreen information
as well as the header and bottom status bars. There is a lot of
useful information that can be extracted from this added material.
TechPower GPU-Z is another tool that can help diagnose how hard
your GPUs are being hit. It can confirm what the GPU metrics
inside SDRC have to say about your GPU activity. More good
information is always a good thing.
On 20220324 11:04:53, Simon Brown
show me this panel of the Task Manager if you would like
further help, otherwise I’m flying blind.
Simon Brown, G4ELI
Simon Brown said:
My gut feeling is that the GPU is not the cause of the
problem. Please show this task manager page and make sure
the CPU is visible (it may not be shown):
Is this a
request by Simon for me to take a screenshot of my Task
Manager Performance tab and post it here? I'll try to post a
Simon also said:
Anyway, the GTX 645 is quite respectable
when it comes to DirectX but any newer card will be better
and use less power. And a newer card (if you can get one)
can later be used in a new PC.
That good to
hear. I'm really not in a mood to upgrade my graphics card and
not solve my main issue, that is the sluggishness of my two
logging apps while running SDR-C. However, if a new card will
speed up refreshing on the spectrum display, I'm very
interested! I just don't want to spend top dollar with no
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