On Fri, Mar 16, 2001 at 03:29:48PM +0000, Stephen Shirley mentioned:
> Yep. It gave me at least a 50% increase in fps. Quake3 is unusual in that
> it is the only game on the market that is really written with smp in mind.
> The main problem with smp is that the graphics card drivers often don't
> support it. In windows anyway, only the nvidia chips from the tnt2 onwards
> are smp compatible.
With all Loki games, they are multithreaded. The game loop is in one
thread, with audio, input events and network code in another. Though, the
lads from Loki did say this is unlikely to get much more than a 10%
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