Ha! Dblue, you got me. i overlooked this, i’m pretty sure i was using speed 6, i probably should have made a table instead.
anyone know how to change topic titles? i havent been able to figure out how to do this on really any board that im on!
off the top of anyones head, is it possible to use tables on here? (invision forum stuff)
theres another forum i use that has a plethra of options like syntax scrolling & coloring an tables an stuff, but i dont know if any of that would work on this one.
As long as you are moderator or admin, you can do this.
With any other regular user state you can’t.
So i made the topic title more fitting to the actual related content as there is no such thing as perfect bpm in Renoise (or any other host for that matter).
If you desired another topic title, i can copy and paste, but it can’t have much more amount of characters than it has now.
Looks interesting… i feel the Intel bug-cpu coming around the corner again, but the list was made by a Mac owner (don’t know if the table is based upon Intel or Apple’s native cpu).
Either that or AMD is now the one, having some sort of bug, there is definately a difference between AMD and Intel, not only in performance.
On my AMD X2 4800+ the following bpms appear to be “accurate”. Which is to say that there are 4 zero’s after the bpm, ie. “150.0000”. I suppose it’s possible that some of these are also inaccurate but we just can’t tell, ie. “150.0000037”.
I noticed some interesting anomalies when you get up into the very high bpms. Sometimes two neighbouring bpms will appear to share the same “real” bpm, ie. 344 and 345 both display as “344.5313”, 354 and 355 both display as “354.5016”, etc. This occurs with increasing frequency the higher you go, and eventually you get to a point where 3 bpms are the same, ie. 489, 490 and 491 all display as “490.0000”.
For the record I also quickly checked things out on my Intel Centrino laptop, but I didn’t notice any difference between the CPUs as far as which bpms were accurate or not. Both CPUs seemed to give the same results.