what does it boost the fps too?
What I dont get is how it does it really. Not doubting it at all just really curious. Does it oodle all the power it can for a system? Do you recomend it for multiple SRCDS on one box? A batch I had earlier ran an FPS booster, is that a good thing because if I have 3 servers it will load 3 boosters. Will only one will open or will 3 open and cause problems or am I just getting to worried.
I perhaps should have mentioned what it does exactly... it is essentially doing the same as any other method of boosting fps (e.g. open media player or use srcdsfpsboost.exe) which is alter the multimedia timer resolution, meaning apps have a "finer grained" clock to check from. It applies it to the system as a whole, so if you open multiple servers on one box they are all boosted.
It will not improve fps compared to those other methods, I wrote it purely as a way of boosting all servers on a box without having to leave a program open to do it. I have been running it on 3 server boxes of my own for around a week now.
if im running at around 256fps right now, what will it boost it to? gimme an estimate
So I presume this is open source? Could it be included in other applications?
I'd like to hear some more opinions on how this is working for some?
Also, this may be a pretty newbish question but is it possible that this performs better than the srcdsfpsbooster?
Didn't work on Windows 2003 Web Edition for me for some reason.
Kept getting some error, does this have any dependencies?