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Re: CT60 weirdness
Posted by: Thomas / New Beat May,09.2014-12:08 

Increasing a counter during an empty frame (between two vsync) using the value as reference. Do the same counting within the program and calc percentage using the first counter ref, frame by frame and always keep max and min values. By pressing F1 I can see current CPU load, F2 max and F3 min.

I've tried it on two Falcons and in Hatari and although the numbers are different on all machines they are all stable. It's just the CT60 that behaves like this. I will do some short test program and send to some people to test if it's my machine or if it is the code.

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