We can get down to 30us resolution!

Paul Sokolovsky paul-ml@is.lg.ua
Fri Mar 24 03:57:00 GMT 2000


Hello Homer,

Wong, Homer <Homer.Wong@team.telstra.com> wrote:

WH> Hi

WH> Thanks to Tim,  I have found the solution. On Windows NT and Windows 95 we
WH> can use QueryPerformanceCounter and QueryPerformanceFrequency. Although it
WH> is non-portable, it IS a way of getting better resolution time performance
WH> on a Windows PC.

    For me, QueryPerformanceFrequency() on 95 gives very low
frequency, far from any satisfactory. I want being able to count up to
400MHz on my PII-400 ;-) If that's what you want, you can look at
http://www.is.lg.ua/~paul/devel/perf-count.html . Extra feature that
it's not tied to any some windows and works on any Intel (i586+)
system (tested on win32 & Linux). By the way, is this ontopic?

--
Paul Sokolovsky, IT Specialist
http://www.brainbench.com/transcript.jsp?pid=11135



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