The HPET bug: What it is and what it isn't - Seite 2
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mat schrieb am 23.10.2019 um 11:03
mat schrieb am 26.10.2019 um 03:02
- Detection of iTSC QPC mode with 10 MHz (since Windows 10 RS5)
- Fixed crashes when loading result files
- Implemented multi select for result file dialog to load more than one result at once
- You can start more than one measure process dialog now inside one TimerBench application
- Measure process now additionally takes a process id to target a specific application for measurements
- New icon! Let's go professional.
- Updated all libraries to their latest version: HWiNFO 6.12, PresentMon 1.5.2, EasyHook 2.7.7097
- All executable and DLL files are now signed with my SHA2 signature
- Compiled with Visual Studio 2017 (staticly linked MFC und VC)
Download: TimerBench 1.4 (172 MB, Self-extracting Exe, CRC32: 39a1a4c7)
Prerequisites: DirectX 11
LordGurciullo schrieb am 15.01.2020 um 07:24
You're clearly a genius.
I've optimized my system to the max but I wanted to try the HPET off thing.
Is it going to help? I have a 9900k at 5ghz 4133 ram and a 2080 super overclocked.
What are your thoughts?
LordGurciullo schrieb am 17.01.2020 um 09:17
I've tried every combination of everything and I haven't gotten any solid results in latencymon for reducing latency and no fps gains... Any ideas?
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