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Remote Sensor Monitor / GPU-Z Shared Memory Update Frequency

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by Ganesh_AT, Dec 16, 2013.

  1. Ganesh_AT New Member

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    I am making using of GPU-Z's shared memory feature in a freeware application that I developed last week:

    http://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-Introducing-Remote-Sensor-Monitor-A-RESTful-Web-Server

    In the introductory post, I talk about a client script to record values to a CSV file over the network. It polls for the values via HTTP every second. Even though the call completes within 20 - 100ms, I see that the values from the sensors are repeated 2 (or sometimes 3 times). For HWiNFO, setting the scan interval to a little bit less than 1000 ms helps. However, GPU-Z doesn't seem to have any such feature (or, I am not aware of it). Would it be possible for GPU-Z to have a configurable scan interval?
     
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    The refresh rate for sensors is 1 second, the shared memory gets updated every 2.5 seconds. Will be fixed in next release
     
  3. Ganesh_AT New Member

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    Awesome! That explains the issue I had with my client script (just posted in the shared memory thread).

    I would still like to request a configurable scan interval. Thanks once again for the awesome tool!

    Best Regards
    Ganesh
     
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    Thanks for v0.7.5 ; GPU-Z shared memory polling every 1s over the network works absolutely fine now!
     

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