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Old 2005-12-11, 00:48   #1
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Exclamation Iteration Time display question

This might have been addressed before but my question is that on the Prime95 program, after a screen output it displays a per iteration output time with 3 decimal places.
So i want to know if there is a way of getting it to display per iteration times to lets say 5 decimal places or more? Thanks in advance
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Old 2005-12-11, 01:23   #2
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This might have been addressed before but my question is that on the Prime95 program, after a screen output it displays a per iteration output time with 3 decimal places.
So i want to know if there is a way of getting it to display per iteration times to lets say 5 decimal places or more? Thanks in advance
I don't think the software has this option, although it would be easy for George to put in if there were good reason (which there's not).

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Old 2005-12-11, 01:40   #3
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Look in undoc.txt.
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Old 2005-12-11, 03:14   #4
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Look in undoc.txt.
I stand corrected! I s'pose I should just have waited for your answer in the first place.
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Old 2005-12-11, 05:18   #5
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You can alter the way the program outputs timings. In prime.ini set:
TimingOutput=n
Where n=1 for seconds with 3 digits of precision, n=2 for milliseconds
with 1 digit of precision, n=3 for milliseconds with 2 digits of precision,
n=4 for milliseconds with 3 digit of precision.

Is that the one your talking about George? if so then i think thats the one.
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Is that the one your talking about George?
Yes. Does it work?
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Old 2005-12-11, 18:06   #7
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Yes. Does it work?
It works.
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Old 2005-12-12, 04:20   #8
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yea its not exactly how i wanted it but its good enough so thanks for your help!!!
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Old 2005-12-26, 14:34   #9
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You can also get more precision on the progress:

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You can adjust how many decimal digits of precision are displayed
in lines output to the screen. In prime.ini enter a value between 0 and 6:
PercentPrecision=n
I use: PercentPrecision=6
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Old 2005-12-27, 00:54   #10
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Naw man i know what that one does and it wasnt what i was looking for but thanks anyway. everything dusgussed above explains everything i originally wanted.
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