Rob Alexander wrote:
> On my x86 Linux machine, this consistently prints 1990+. On a colleagues
> Windows 2000 machine (almost exactly the same hardware) it prints about
> 1550. The sleep(millis, nanos) version behaves the same.

Update - with various changes to my PC (including new motherboard and
CPU, but more significantly a replacement of the Linux install with one
based around the 2.6 kernel) this time has dropped to around 1100 when
the system is lighly loaded.

My sims that aim for 35 fps now get very close, hovering in the 33.5 to
34 range.


Rob Alexander                   (E-mail: [log in to unmask])
Research Associate, Dept of Computer Science, The University of York,
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