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D3, WIN98

Hi,

i have written a speedy game.
But i have a problem : depending of the CPU-speed it works slower or faster. That's normal.
But this is not good: it should work on every PC nearly
with the same speed.
Any idea how to detect the CPU-speed ?
when i know the cpu-speed i will do on fast PCs some arithmetic operations to slow the PC down.
(i can not use the timer-interrupt or "gettickcount" because then the game is too slow, even on fast PCs).

thanks !
titz
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by:bruintje
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Hi,

Take a look here
http://www.bhnet.com.br/~simonet/

One of the best....
:O)

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by:titz
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hi bruintje,

nothing found there !

titz
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by:bruintje
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Hmmm.....
If you have Delphi 4, look for the AS Omnitools, it's a delphi package and one of the components is TASCpuInfo, it gives info about the CPU and also the speed.

If you have Delphi 3, look for the AS PowerTolls TASCpuInfo is the first component on the page.

Good luck
:O)

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itamar earned 50 total points
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Hi,

take a look at these components. I think you can use one of them or extract the function you need from the source code:

http://www.mistral.co.uk/gbamber/bin/CPUID.ZIP

or

http://ftp/d20free/cpu_test.zip

IHTH
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TASCpuInfo will also report the motherboard serial number and BIOS manufacturer and version.

I just uploaded a new release of TASCpuInfo this Saturday (Jan 30th), for both Delphi 3 (AS PowerTools) and Delphi 4 (AS OmniTools).

Yours,

simonet

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by:bruintje
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Glad to see you here Alex! :O)
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by:titz
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hi itamar,
thanks for the address. to know the source-code is important to me.
Thanks !!

Hi bruintje,
i was looking under "tips and tricks", not under Powertools.
but there is no source-code. therefore itamar will have the points.
Thanks!

titz

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