Its likely interrupts from some software. Look for hard faults under resource manager.
But... it does show if there are driver or hardware issues within the mobo itself that will make it unsuitable for various types of applications....
Ah, no. I'm talking only about the motherboards on board stuff latency. Something as simple as LatencyMon run for half an hour on it.
Hilbert, I would love to see DPC latency results on your motherboard reviews. This is extrememly useful for people that use their rigs for both...
I remember a card called the xgi volari v8 I think, and I think it used tiled rendering.
Or it was another defunct gpu maker at around the same...
It's because the instructions the GPU does are fastly different to the ones the CPU handles.
I'd really like to see chipset latency, USB subsystem latency and interrupt issues on these mobo reviews. As a musician and crap, it's important.
So it is, on average, ~10% faster than my ancient 1080, if my 1080 ran at stock 1080 speeds.
I don't remember exactly where I was distressed. Or exactly when. Or how I got to facebook in the first place. Or left it.
But I remember...
You'd think so, but I used to use the same computer for both recording and gaming, and I ran a rather nice EV broadcasting mic through a tube...
10 minutes under ~50% CPU load would be more than enough.
The difference between your twenty dollar to 150 dollar mic and my professional recording mics is enormous.
Can you check DPC latency on this board please?
Blue makes some nice professional recording mics.
Can some people running a 2200G or 2400G on a newer mobo please check DPC latencies for me?
Please state which CPU and which mobo you are using....
I identify as a transsexual attack helicopter.
Unless this game lets me play as a transsexual helicopter, I won't play this game.
No, thats 4% faster.
Graph reading fail.