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Thread: TCP Optimizer needs new version since v1709 Windows Update [updated]

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    first thing i want to say is thank you n1ko for fixing my hit reg for csgo and lag problems in LoL

    your PERFORMANCE_BOOSTER_v2.0 bat helped me out a lot, although I have problems with the services part which made my desktop freeze every 2 minutes ( tested each part 1 by 1 on windows 10 pro on a fresh install pc )

    Disabling RSS helped my lessen cpu ( i5 3570k ) strain for csgo which helped my performance a lot

    here are my bonus tweaks that helped me out as well

    Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsRuntime\ActivatableClassId\Windows.Gaming.Game Bar.PresenceServer.Internal.PresenceWriter
    ActivationType 1 -> 0 ... you need to change security permissions in order to change the value, this will disable game bar presence writer ( windows 10 xbox thing ) which caused stutters in my gameplay

    another one is disabing power throttling in gpedit Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Power Throttling Settings
    this didnt disable core parking (even with both min/max values at 0 windows 10) which is weird but I did get overall better performance
    Last edited by parasight; 04-14-18 at 02:16 AM.

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    @ parasight
    Im glad it helped you. Thanx for your post.
    Game Bar & Game Mode causes stuttering indeed. They seem to fixed this in the v1709. Now im playing with game Mode enabled but I guess its not fixed for everyone. You also can rename the files from .exe to .bak,
    it will fix the problem as well . I disable the Buid-in Admin Account in Windows so I have rights.

    If you dont max out your CPU on 100% you dont need to disable RSS IMO (the perfect CPU use is around 90%). CSGO is hit-scan so its not using that much CPU power compared to other games. Depends on your settings though.

    You also can check if application is Power Throttling from Task Manager.
    Here a little trick not many people know it:

    Right Click on Task Manager tabs in Details

    As for PERFORMANCE_BOOSTER_v3.0 every time I open it I made some changes or include something. Its still not finished but if someone wants to test it here. Its quite different than v2 with more tweaks and sections.

    https://mega.nz/#!c04BET4B!9INuSnn_p...u4WYlFg_b7R_5A

    Services should be fixed. I plan to divide this file on smaller modules. That way it will be easier and many of the tweaks will work better after restart when not implementing them all at once.
    I recommend restart after applying Service Optimizing or Additional tweaks.

    Please report the bugs.

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    Hi n1kobg
    nice to see you are making updates to PERFORMANCE BOOSTER !

    I have a dumb question now?
    What is your view on INTEL ME ?

    A few days ago I made an update of INTEL ME driver out of pure ignorance, and all the work on tweaking my system simply vent down the drain. No more perfect hitreg, no more low ping ...... It was a disaster.
    So I reverted back with a restore point but funny thing is that the installed Intel ME driver DID NOT change (driver number is new), but the installed file itself went back to previous size.
    (by looking in Revo uninstaller, and the difference is 144MB old vs 248MB new).
    My tweaks are functioning again but not as they did before (slightly higher ping, slightly worse hitreg).

    So than I began my next journy - to learn about Intel ME and AMT and what they do and how to disable ..... and it is awfull! I didnt even know such a infestation exists not to mention possible intrusions in your system.
    Unfortunately I am at a dead end. Should I at least disable it at OS level, since I couldnt find the way (or there is no way) of disabling it completely.
    Didnt check my BIOS yet, but internet says that even if there is a setting in BIOS to disable it, it doesnt really work.

    So what do you say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by n1kobg View Post
    @ parasight

    As for PERFORMANCE_BOOSTER_v3.0 every time I open it I made some changes or include something. Its still not finished but if someone wants to test it here. Its quite different than v2 with more tweaks and sections.
    @n1kobg congrats man!!! This is evolving into something really BIG!

    TBH I went to check command lines and got tired at 2/3 LOL !!! Nice work!!!!

    So because of me being lazy/and noob , I have a question.
    I see you changed the disable services part from pwrshell commands into reg entries (am I right at all?).
    This way is better? OTOH this way might be a problem for people who want to disable some and maybe leave others functioning, as it is more difficult to identify services by looking at reg entries.

    Also, some time ago you posted a batch called Servicekill for temporary DISABLING some services (not same as those above which you want to disable permanently) just before you go gaming. This was my favourite because there couldnt be any harm as they come back alive after restart. So this would be my humble proposal to include in PERFORMANCE BOOSTER future versions.

    Anyway, once again, GREAT JOB n1kobg!!!

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    Another nice link worth checking out....

    http://lifeofageekadmin.com/network-...erver-2012-r2/

    It is for win server but all settings are pretty much as are ours.
    It is nicely written with short explanations and command lines.
    Some could be implemented in PERFORMANCE BOOSTER so a potentional user doesnt need to go into NIC settings in properties/advanced ....

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    @ jack37
    I dont use Intel Management Engine, dont update these drivers. They cause a lot of issues.You should of uninstalled it before going back to System Restore Point with not installed intel ME drivers. You still can uninstall the drivers from Device Manager or somewhere else.

    ps. Thank you for the post Im glad you like it.

    Im not sure I understand fully your question. Powershell commands are disabling the Windows Apps. The Windows Services are commands for registry tweaks.
    "OTOH " - ?
    I plan to remove the services in the future versions and I'll either make separate file for that or something else I have in mind which will be easier for the most people.
    About servicekill file I updated it as well. Its little more refined with better commands + some other tweaks.
    Last edited by n1kobg; 04-15-18 at 08:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n1kobg View Post
    @ jack37
    I dont use Intel Management Engine, dont update these drivers. They cause a lot of issues.You should of uninstalled it before going back to System Restore Point with not installed intel ME drivers. You still can uninstall the drivers from Device Manager or somewhere else.

    Im not sure I understand fully your ......
    Well, I just uninstalled Intel ME and (I think) everything is back to normal now....

    About my previous statment , I will try to explain:

    Now in PERFORMANCE BOOSTER, under ACTIVATE_SERVICE_OPTIMIZE
    we have for example
    Code:
    Reg.exe add "HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\AxInstSV" /v "Start" /t REG_DWORD /d "3" /f
    Reg.exe add "HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\WinRM" /v "Start" /t REG_DWORD /d "4" /f
    Reg.exe add "HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\WinHttpAutoProxySvc" /v "Start" /t REG_DWORD /d "4" /f
    Do this (above) reg entries disable services permanently or just until next restart like we had in SERVICEKILL
    for example
    Code:
    net stop ClipSVC
    net stop InstallService
    net stop xbgm
    net stop spectrum
    net stop Spooler
    net stop RemoteRegistry
    net stop RemoteAccess
    If they disable them permanently (until manualy enabling them again) than there should be some warnings for end user
    or service name with y/n option .... as killing services is always a messy business ! I know it is a lot of work, just being carefull.

    TBH I disabled my services manually so I could think about each and everyone, OFC with help of tutorials like blackviper...
    I would much preffer to see the option of TEMPORARY disabling services with "net stop ..." like above , in your PERFORMANCE BOOSTER so noone could complain later.

    Also for me being such a pain in the ass, I bring (as a gift) another small link to examine:
    http://www.windowsxlive.net/livetuner/

    Looks nice and reminds me of you @n1kobg .... one day, you never know, someone will link your blog and your software to some forum!!

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    @ jack37
    Ah yes. ACTIVATE_SERVICE_OPTIMIZE. They are permanently disabled.

    You're not pain in the ass, dont worry
    Yes I would like to make my own application. The thing is I dont know a language to make an UI.
    There are some programs which make things slightly easier but I dont know them. If Someone can help with that would be nice..

    LiveTuner is good but its outdated. Performance tweaks work but network tweaks are in the wrong place. For ex. Nagle's Algorithm is placed in Tcpip\Parameters (like in XP, Vista & 7) instead in Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces\{NIC ID}
    I couldn't find a date of the program but the first comments are 4 years ago so it make sense.

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    TCP Optimizer has been updated to 4.0.7.. list of changes is in the revision history here:

    https://www.speedguide.net/articles/...n-history-5811


    Thanks n1kobg and st1cky for the info, bug report and suggestions! We haven't added any new settings, mainly fixed/updated/streamlined the ones already in the program.
    Linux is user friendly, it's just picky about its friends...
    Disclaimer: Please use caution when opening messages, my grasp on reality may have shaken loose during transmission (going on rusty memory circuits).
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    why you set largesystemcache 1? this is wrong value for gaming

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    This software is not about gaming. Its about options and convenience. We use it for gaming but with these options you can tweak a server as well.

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    Yeah thanks. I saw it last night. I'll check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbacox2010 View Post
    why you set largesystemcache 1? this is wrong value for gaming
    Largesystemcache allows the system/NIC to allocate more memory than 8MB for Network transfers. It is needed for Gigabit transfers on LANs, could be useful with transfers on some faster internet connections. Note that with the Spring Windows Creators Update, memory buffers advertised by the system will not be immediately allocated, just when needed. This would reduce memory footprint while allowing the system to advertise larger buffers. This will apply to the TCP Window and other buffers, so that largesystemcache will eventually have no negative impact on gaming. This has to be tested of course, but that's the idea.

    Oh, and n1kobg is right, the "optimal" settings are targeted towards higher throughput, not necessarily towards gaming.

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    I want to add something else on the topic. For Windows Vista and 7 for people with less RAM turn Largesystemcache on. At least that was the case back then when Vista and 7 were out. I havent test that recently.

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    I would just like to report I did some testing on autotuning level.

    After a few days of testing
    netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=highlyrestricted

    vs

    netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled

    I have much better (almost perfect) hitreg (CSGO) with autotuning set to highlyrestricted

    Another little tweak I will test further is alleged memory leak in win10 according to this forum thread
    https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/ho...update.420251/

    Although it might be fixed by now with win updates, it is quite simple to implement so I will check.


    Another sympatic little software that you can check is IPJudo

    https://www.ipjudo.com

    It is not a freeware but the trial period is 60 days .... very very fair indeed!

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    Im using autotuninglevel highlyrestricted too btw I still dont have firm answer for me though. I think you speak about the Stand By list in memory. From the forum you post i dont see program.
    I have 2 apps that should work on this.

    https://mega.nz/#!FlAGjZoL!ai6eP5e1E...dg-2xl-qK9WOno

    https://mega.nz/#!dgYljIzA!ozvFyzax5...XXK8mJ0FK8wr3E

    About IP Judo its since Win XP days. IDK how many years isnt supported but its hould work fine for the most part

    I have few apps to share on this as well

    https://mega.nz/#!wpQU3QLI!fx2YiKreF...qc26lr20BaFqR0

    https://mega.nz/#!gg5WBRhQ!cYypwnRWH...AgdmheC6bVZceg

    https://mega.nz/#!NlQ2GbCA!3Y4AVBDUC...dS1qbqGMpI6dB8

    I planned to post a collection of nice useful small apps I have collected but the folder quickly became over 250mb so need to classify them first i guess and put them in order.

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    Since I already started here two very useful apps which are included in Bitsum Process Lassoo. If someone haven't heard of this software I highly recommend it. There is a copy in my forum if someone wants to use it for more than 30 days trial but its slightly older version. If you want the latest version tell me I'll se what I can do. But if you can - buy it its worthed. https://bitsum.com/

    https://mega.nz/#!4twhnZKY!QVBidwqdj...AO_nzIOGsEWans

    This is for people who want to use just the Schedule tweakers. The way they work is explained in speedguide.net Gaming Tweaks article.
    https://www.speedguide.net/articles/gaming-tweaks-5812


    p.s. Well I was going to post just those 2 but here what i managed to upload the last 20min.

    http://n1kobg.blogspot.bg/p/blog-page.html

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    Hi guys ... today I am interested in WIN10 services.

    Like all of you, I did limit the services I think I dont need.
    You can go into the list of the sevices following: Computer managment - Services and Applications - Services
    The list of this services can be found around the net (http://www.blackviper.com/service-co...onfigurations/) or given above in a batch file by @n1kobg.

    But digging around I came upon one other set of win10 services:

    RUN - type "msconfig" - services

    How do you go about this ones? Any of them are safe to disable?

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    These are the same services, just put there for convenience but limited in terms of options. You can only enable or disable them.They are here since the Xp days and before. In "General" tab you have more flexibility - you can set Normal Startup. Diagnostic and selective startup where you can run only the bare minimum of services for Windows to function, disable startup services ect. Thast for diagnostic and testing mainly. you can go in Safe Mode from there, disable windows logo when windows boots and from "tools" you can go to different parts in windows.


    p.s. Check out the last download link: Windows 10 Manager. Its very powerfull tool. Go on "Services". You will see pretty nice options You can optimize the whole Windows with this.

    http://n1kobg.blogspot.bg/p/blog-page.html

    If someone want some program but cant find it just let me know. I might be able to find it for you.


    p.s, Guys I've been told not to post that kind of contend here so I removed all cracked versions from my blog. Private messages only.
    Last edited by n1kobg; 04-26-18 at 01:08 PM.

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    For those who use Nvidia Profile Inspector on a regular basis - for various games,
    all games tweaked profiles (.nip) in one place.

    https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/nv...-guide.392715/


    Just to clarify:
    NIP comes with preinstalled profiles for many games (almost all games in last 5 - 6 years).
    Following the above link you can find those same profiles (already included in NIP) that are tweaked even further.
    The additional tweaks are based on multiple forum discussions on each game, so please check it out and enjoy!

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