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Hi all,

For some reason, the CPU usage of chaseplane rises significantly over time, eventually reaching such a high usage that it becomes unusable, see below for picture, and this issue has been around for a long time, since alpha 1.x and I wonder what is going on.

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Most likely, You will have to deal with it. The program is written using SlimDX framework as CP, always has poor performance. You need to have a very powerful computer that all plans in the program could work without slowing down. Further improvement and development of the programme, I believe, will increase the load on your computer. Just buy a very fast computer. Properly written programs use the assembler for high performance, such as Ezdok camera. Just compare, here is a screenshot how it works with the CPU Ezca 2:

https://cloud.mail.ru/public/3WXd/sux91F5ec

But if you important beautiful party interface program, you need a very powerful computer.

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16 hours ago, Billchen0014 said:

Hi all,

For some reason, the CPU usage of chaseplane rises significantly over time, eventually reaching such a high usage that it becomes unusable, see below for picture, and this issue has been around for a long time, since alpha 1.x and I wonder what is going on.

We are still optimizing the platform at this time.

 

13 hours ago, Nickbe said:

Most likely, You will have to deal with it. The program is written using SlimDX framework as CP, always has poor performance. You need to have a very powerful computer that all plans in the program could work without slowing down. Further improvement and development of the programme, I believe, will increase the load on your computer. Just buy a very fast computer. Properly written programs use the assembler for high performance, such as Ezdok camera. Just compare, here is a screenshot how it works with the CPU Ezca 2:

https://cloud.mail.ru/public/3WXd/sux91F5ec

But if you important beautiful party interface program, you need a very powerful computer.

I do not come to your forums to talk down your product. I ask you to not come in my forum section and post things like that.

Thank you

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Keven , the first part of your post was OK, the second was uncalled for, they were not professional by posting that , you should have been professional enough to not reply.

Jorge

 

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23 hours ago, Nickbe said:

Most likely, You will have to deal with it. The program is written using SlimDX framework as CP, always has poor performance. You need to have a very powerful computer that all plans in the program could work without slowing down. Further improvement and development of the programme, I believe, will increase the load on your computer. Just buy a very fast computer. Properly written programs use the assembler for high performance, such as Ezdok camera. Just compare, here is a screenshot how it works with the CPU Ezca 2:

https://cloud.mail.ru/public/3WXd/sux91F5ec

But if you important beautiful party interface program, you need a very powerful computer.

I do have a powerful computer, 6700K and GTX 1070, and still the experience is subpar

9 hours ago, Keven Menard said:

We are still optimizing the platform at this time.

 

I do not come to your forums to talk down your product. I ask you to not come in my forum section and post things like that.

Thank you

I certainly hope that is the case, however, why does the CPU INCREASE over time? When CP first opens it is fine, only after a while (30mins and up) that I see the increase in CPU usage, and when I close and reopen CP it goes back to normal again.

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