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On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 12:41 AM, Larry Hastings wrote:

> The simple solution: give up QPC and use timeGetTime() with timeBeginPeriod(1), which is totally 
> reliable but only has millisecond accuracy at best.

It is preferable to use a high precision clock and I think the code addresses the multi-core time skew problem (pending testing).
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