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CPasc8
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XTU - Run on Startup?

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First of all , XTU is a godsend for laptop owners.

 

I'm currently running XTU on task scheduler as an alternative for running it on startup (because sometimes the settings are lost without crashing, which I am unable to faithfully replicate , but that is a complicated bugfix , and also I'm unable to create a profile , only default is available)

 

It runs but on maximized window setting , I was hoping that maybe someone knows a parameter to add to run it on startup and minimized (on tray) or if a feature is coming , I think implementing this natively will greatly benefit Intel Product owners across the globe.

 

Thanks so much Intel!

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Esteban_C_Intel
Employee
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Hello CPasc8,

 

Thank you for your response, 

 

I would like to inform you that our Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility (Intel® XTU) does not have the capability/feature of automatically startup (unless you use the shell:startup feature of Windows*). I think it is also worth mentioning that the Intel® XTU has not been designed for locked processors (no K or X).

 

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.  

Let me know if you have any additional inquiry or request.

 

Regards, 

 

Esteban Ch. 

Intel Customer Support Technician

A Contingent Worker at Intel

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AlHill
Super User
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What is your processor model number?

 

Doc

 

CPasc8
Beginner
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First , thank you for taking a part of your time on responding to my question.

 

I can't see how the processor's model # would come into play into this as this is (almost a) feature request on an Intel Software.

My laptop's processor is a i5-8300H

 

Pardon , what is Doc ? Is that your signature ?

 

Are you a Intel Staff on a Customer Account ?

 

Please forgive me with my questions

AlHill
Super User
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It is important because XTU is only for X and K processors. Your processor is not supported by XTU.

 

"Doc" is my signature. And, I have the word "(Customer)" next to my name, just like you.

 

Like the header on the home page says "This is a community forum where members can ask and answer questions about Intel products."

 

Doc

 

CPasc8
Beginner
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> "Doc" is my signature. And, I have the word "(Customer)" next to my name, just like you.

> Like the header on the home page says "This is a community forum where members can ask and answer questions about Intel products."

 

Understood, Thanks for your response!

 

Just to be clear , I am not specifically seeking help from a staff member. Any help is appreciated. I was just curious because I saw your profile and you had been an enormous help to the members. And I was curious if you were an Intel Staff on a customer account.

 

I asked about "doc" because I couldn't discern if it was your signature or a codeword for something that I need to search.

 

Also please forgive my broken english if it comes off rude.

 

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> It is important because XTU is only for X and K processors. Your processor is not supported by XTU.

 

Now I'm scratching my head real hard.

 

I used XTU to undervolt my cpu and I'm getting minus 10-15 degrees off during stress tests and use (@ -0.160v).

 

If this is the case I might need to switch to ThrottleStop.

 

 

 

Esteban_C_Intel
Employee
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Hello CPasc8,

 

I was checking your case, and I would like to know if you need further assistance? 

 

Regards,

 

Esteban Ch.

Intel Customer Support Technician

A Contingent Worker at Intel

CPasc8
Beginner
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Yes please , is there a way we could add it on startup (without adding it to task scheduler) and hopefully automatically minimized to tray?

Esteban_C_Intel
Employee
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Hello CPasc8,

 

Thank you for your response, 

 

I would like to inform you that our Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility (Intel® XTU) does not have the capability/feature of automatically startup (unless you use the shell:startup feature of Windows*). I think it is also worth mentioning that the Intel® XTU has not been designed for locked processors (no K or X).

 

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.  

Let me know if you have any additional inquiry or request.

 

Regards, 

 

Esteban Ch. 

Intel Customer Support Technician

A Contingent Worker at Intel

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LPinh1
Beginner
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Is possible add support to open XTU minimized?

CPasc8
Beginner
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Apparently you can't , specially if you are running it to undervolt an unsupported processor

LPinh1
Beginner
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My cpu is 7700hq Em sex, 4 de out de 2019 09:33, Intel Forums <supportreplies@intel.com> escreveu:
AlHill
Super User
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You have an H processor. XTU is only for K and X processors.

 

Doc

 

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