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
Oct 31, 2017 ... Preface. 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 ...
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 ...
Apr 25, 2018 ... A standard modern machine, with a default BIOS and a fresh Windows operating
system, will sit on the first situation in the table listed above: the BIOS has HPET
enabled, however it is not explicitly forced in the operating ...
Mar 22, 2019 ... As an end user looking to migrate an existing appliance to run in a cloud
environment I would like to be able to request a guest with HPET so that I can
share common code between my virtualized and physical products.
Make sure the system has Windows High Precision Event Timer (HPET) disabled
. HPET increases the polling resolution of the system's timer for certain
performance monitoring utilities and the increased poll rate can compromise