Originally Posted By Haze
people are bothering you more because you're working on it... same with anything really.

and having testers while you're actively working on code tends to be good, you can't be expected to catch everything which changes for every change you make, so it can be a handy indication as to if you're doing things right.

simple as that ;-)

actually you should probably be impressed, considering 100% performance is still out of reach with current CPU speeds it's impressive people are testing the driver enough to give you reports :-)

Ain't that the truth wink
Speaking of performance, MG and I made some intriguing discoveries with the current threading in the RDP rendering. Seems with N64 emulation, diminishing returns are done with more than 5 cores.

Like for instance, average of 59% of Mario 64's attract loop on a AMD Phenom II x6 1055T versus around 80% on a non Sandy Bridge Intel i7.

Or it could be AMD just sucks at emulation.