What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

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    Default What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    What's the difference between High Performance and Super Performance. The configurations for both look identical.

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    Default Re: What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    High Performance -------> CPU speed 60%
    Super performane -------> CPU speed 100%

    i found it by used the asus NB Probe.

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    Default Re: What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    Are you sure?

    I'm on high performance now and Windows is reporting CPU at 100%. If I switch to Battery saver, Windows reports CPU at 50%.

    Both super and high performance show the CPU at 100%

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    Default Re: What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    where do you see in windows?? windows doesn't have anything that shows how much cpu speed is.

    And i think the NB probe is right. I hope it is!! i tried it, i leave it in high performance it shows 60%, switched it to superperformance, changed to 100%.

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    Default Re: What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    Right mouse click on My Computer. system will display CPU speed.

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    Default Re: What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    sorry, did you say just right click. does it show something in the menu, cause it doesn't show anything in mine. or do i have to go somewhere else after right click.

    did you mean right click -> properties?

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    Default Re: What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    Yes, right click - > Properties

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    Default Re: What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    I note the ASUS R2H does not display this in the manner you recommend.

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    Default Re: What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    What OS does the R2H use? If it's XP, it should work. In fact, this worked in Win2K as well. Right Click on 'My Computer' and select 'Properties'. The 'General' tab should be displayed. The system info is at the bottom of that tab.

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    Default Re: What does Power4Gear's "Superperformance" do?

    The R2H uses WInXP Tablet Edition.
    I'm fully happy and conversant with opening the Systems Display and all associated tabs but there is nothing showing of performance percentages.

 

 

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