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  1. Latest app 3.2.3 posted April 1st, 2020 still has the issue: keeps unnecessarily waking up the hard disks all the time.
  2. Latest app 3.2.3 posted April 1st, 2020 still has the issue: keeps unnecessarily waking up the hard disks all the time.
  3. As a workaround to stop this constant HDD polling (ridiculous!) - removing HWiNFO32.dll and HWiNFO64.dll stops the program from non-stop enumerating (and waking-up!) disks . The program is gonna complain about the missing .DLL on start. But the rest of features (energy monitoring, RGB color changing, etc.) operate just fine. How hard is that to turn that useless HDD polling off? Don't tell me that I need this feature - I bought this supply to actually conserve energy, while what it's doing is totally opposite: it keeps unnecessarily waking up my HDDs, causing excessive wear, extra energy drai
  4. Hi Guys, Running latest Win 10 here and the latest Thermaltake DPS POWER.exe. The issue with excessive Disk I/O and excessive non-stop disk wear is related to HWiNFO64.dll component of the program that is constantly retrieving some Disk details. I ran Windows Performance Recorder and Windows Performance Analyzer, and it appears that the app contributes about 1% of non-stop constant Disk I/O, enumerating all disks, essentially waking-up those disks unnecessarily. One workaround is to delete the HWiNFO64.dll (or HWiNFO32.dll on a 32-bit system). Then restart the app. It's gonna complain abo
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