Decreasing the energy consumption on desktop PCs and especially on a notebooks is something many users may be looking for. Many independent utilities are available for this purpose and some manufacturers have gone as far as to implement power saving functions into hardware devices.
This is the case with GYGABYTE motherboards, which combine innovative components with software solutions to help users get closer to their goals and achieve impressive energy savings. The application in charge with this goes by the name of Dynamic Energy Saver and is packed with features for optimizing the power consumption of several system components.
From the nice looking main window of this tool users can monitor the parameters and watch live data concerning the amount of power required by the processor, as well as how much energy was saved since the program was started.
The advanced control panel features the necessary commands for adjusting some basic parameters so that the computer will run smoothly, but without requiring as much energy as before the tweaks. Most of the adjustments are safe to tinker with and regular users should have no problems in working with it.
Dynamic Energy Saver offers several voltage levels for the CPU and a couple of switches for turning on or off the low power state and the throttling features. The chipset voltage can also be left in the care of this tool and it will optimize it automatically.
In order to reduce the consumption as much as possible, users have the opportunity to configure the time interval for the monitor and hard disks to be switched off. Also, the memory and fan control options can prove helpful as well.
All in all, Dynamic Energy Saver provides a decent set of functions and, most importantly, doesn't require in-depth configurations, which makes it accessible to a larger number of users. Those who want complete control over every system component will have to look somewhere else because this tool only offers a set of basic features.







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Dynamic Energy Saver 2 Cracked Accounts is a power management tool from GIGABYTE which is designed to provide a safe interface between the user and the motherboard. This interface is accomplished by adding an icon on the desktop which lets users see the system status at a glance. Using this interface users can get detailed information regarding the various hardware elements that are in place on their system. To begin users simply run the Dynamic Energy Saver utility and get access to a variety of settings and features. These settings allow the user to monitor the CPU, chipset and memory voltages, as well as the power supply output.
Some of the standard settings that are available include the voltages for the CPU, chipset and memory. Also included are the fans for the CPU and chipset and the HDD settings. The main window has a tray icon which contains the aforementioned hardware and power supply monitoring data.
Dynamic Energy Saver can be started by using the icon located on the desktop. The application also has its own desktop shortcut, which appears at the end of the applications list on the Windows desktop.
With Dynamic Energy Saver the user can monitor the voltages for the CPU, chipset and memory and these settings can be adjusted using the advanced control panel. Also available are the fan and HDD settings. The main window of Dynamic Energy Saver has a tray icon which displays the hardware monitoring data.
Dynamic Energy Saver provides the standard features of monitoring voltages and adjusting settings for the CPU, chipset, memory, fans and the power supply. However, its interface is pretty bare bones as there is no detailed information regarding the hardware elements such as a numerical representation of the temperature and other settings such as the fan speed.
Some of the features which are available include a full control panel with access to basic and advanced controls for the voltages for the CPU, chipset, memory and the fans. A detailed list of the available features can be seen in the readme.txt file.
What is new in this release:
– The full control panel for monitoring and adjusting the voltage settings for the CPU, chipset and memory, etc.
– A backup utility for writing the original System Configuration Data to a new file in case something goes wrong.
– Various bug fixes.

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Dynamic Energy Saver 2 is a utility designed to reduce energy consumption on computers. The application requires no in-depth configuration and doesn’t include a large number of features that may prove cumbersome to use for regular users. Nevertheless, it does offer a set of fairly basic parameters that may prove very helpful for those who want to optimize the CPU and chipset voltages and reduce the idle power of the hard disks.
Dynamic Energy Saver 2 main window Features:
– Monitoring current consumption of the mainboard components
– Automatic adjustment of CPU voltage
– Auto adjustment of the mainboard voltage
– Automatic adjustment of the power to hard disks
– Automatic adjustment of the time for the power off function
– Automatic adjustment of the fan speed
– Automatic adjustment of the memory voltage
– Live monitoring of CPU power consumption
– Data log of the CPU power consumption
– CPU and chipset voltage can be adjusted manually
– CPU frequency can be adjusted manually
– Safe & Unsafe CPUs list
– Safe CPUs list with power state as well
– Chipset voltage can be adjusted manually
– Control of the power on/off function of the mainboard
– Control of the power on/off function of the hard disks
– Control of the power on/off function of the monitors
– Control of the power on/off function of the fans
– Control of the power on/off function of the system fans
– Control of the time for the power off function
– Control of the time for the automatic power off function
– Shutdown, restart and reboot the system
– Automatic shutdown/reboot
– Automatic shutdown/reboot
– Power-off, sleep and shutdown time adjustment
– Adjustment of the power on/off function of the power supply
– In and Out of power of the power supply
– Switching power supply
– Switching power supply
– Power supply is switched on and off
– Power supply is switched on and off
– Safe power supply
– A safe power supply is enabled
– A safe power supply is disabled
– Switching power supply
– In and out of power
– Fan speed can be adjusted
– Increase or decrease
– Monitor frequency can be adjusted
– Normal and high frequency
– Adjustment of the power on/off function of the power supply
– Power supply is switched on and off
– Switching power supply
– Switching power supply
– Power supply is switched on and off
– Power supply is switched on and off

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The idea is to avoid looking at those drive images multiple times, and
to avoid waiting for the devices to show up.

It’s possible to save about 8-12% by not loading the images in the
first place.

A small improvement is probably possible by a more intelligent
handling of the “device not found” situation.

This driver tries to perform different power saving tasks.

Driver settings
The driver has an idea of how much time each device takes for
each read operation. So if you turn the LEDs, you will also see a
changing light intensity as the driver will not waste cycles looking
for the disks.

The driver detects and corrects a delay of the drive detection. This
way we avoid wasting time, especially if you have a lot of devices
in the system.

The driver automatically unloads devices when they are not used anymore.
This saves a little bit of battery life, but is not really necessary
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that case, the battery will keep running.

When the battery is full, the driver will hibernate to save as much
power as possible.

The driver tries to do a soft hibernation. If the system is really
unresponsive, the device will be resetted to reduce the power

To achieve better performance and lower power consumption, some
devices can be throttled, especially the hard drives. These devices
are hard-limited to the number of IO per second that they are
capable of. The idea is to detect the devices and to use the default
drive speed for them. In case the default is too slow for the
application, it is possible to use custom drive speed parameters.

The driver tries to cope with a variety of drive behavior. The
major part of the driver will work even if the drive is unplugged,
the system gets a cold reboot, or the battery runs empty.

Basic power saving techniques

Keep power connected
That way you don’t have to worry about having your battery run out
and waking up your system to find out that you need to plug it in.

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