System Latency Device

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Skewjo, Mar 11, 2021.

  1. Skewjo

    Skewjo Member

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    Hello Guru3d!

    I've created a new, open-source(DIY documentation on the way) system latency measuring device (similar to Nvidia's LDAT and RLA) using RTSS and wanted to share it with you guys.

    Here's the site: https://syslat.com

    I know this is an international site, but I can currently only accept payment from domestic customers(I'm in the US). Sorry! Working on getting international set up soon.

    And here's the source code:
    https://github.com/Skewjo/SysLat\_Firmware
    https://github.com/Skewjo/SysLat\_Software

    Here's what the device looks like:
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    And here's what it looks like in action:
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  2. empleat

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    Great I could use something like that. Maybe I buy it, if it will be good and once it will be available internationally. I don't want to waste money for 1000fps camera. And usually can tell difference by feel! But this would be interesting! How accurate is that on 1ms?
     

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