The High Precision Event Timer (HPET) is a hardware timer used in personal
computers. It was developed jointly by Intel and Microsoft and has been
incorporated in PC chipsets since circa 2005. Formerly referred to by Intel as a
Apr 20, 2019 ... This about HPET which has not been talked about recently. HPET is the short
term for High Precision Event Timer and is known to improve the performance on
older hardware once disabled. But how about in new hardware ...
Jun 26, 2020 ...HPET, or High Precision Event Timer, is a piece of hardware designed by Intel
and Microsoft to replace older PIT and RTC. It consists of (usually 64-bit) main
counter (which counts up), as well as from 3 to 32 32 or 64 bit wide ...
Apr 25, 2018 ... Make sure the system has Windows High Precision Event Timer (HPET) disabled
. HPET can often be disabled in the BIOS. [T]his can improve performance by 5-8
%. The reasons at the time were unclear ...
IA-PC HPET Specification. Rev 1.0a. 2. LEGAL DISCLAIMER. THIS
SPECIFICATION IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITH NO WARRANTIES. WHATSOEVER
, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-.
INFRINGEMENT, FITNESS ...
If you want to turn it back on, just type "bcdedit /set useplatformclock true" in
command prompt or powershell, and enable hpet in device manager. That gave
me ~+20 fps and less stuttering overall. Went from ~85fps with stuttering, to