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Time For Tea

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Extrarius

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Please, for the love of all that is well-engineered, do not use QueryPerformanceCounter for timing.

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Owner of a Dual-Core CPU
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What ever happened to that ranting site you were thinking of creating a while back?

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What ever happened to that ranting site you were thinking of creating a while back?
It's still in progress, in the sense that I still own the domain and still plan on doing it eventually. I've been pretty busy recently, though, so I haven't gotten any work done on much of anything. If you want to volunteer, ... =-)

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Or you could just set your timer thread affinity to always run on the same CPU.
Don't forget to tell the cool-n-quiet driver to keep the cpu speed steady (iirc that also affects the performance counter).

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