Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: WI, USA
Performance Counter Tool for XP/2K/Athlon?
Anyone remember the old Intel Performance Counter Tool? It would show you what the CPU was getting for instructions (MMX, FPU, Integer) and showed some interesting memory usage statistics. It would be awesome to see what uses 3DNow/MMX/SSE, and on what level it uses them.
That old tool doesn't work out of Win9X or on Athlons (at least I Don't think it works on Athlons.) Does anyone know of another tool like this that runs in real time? I think Vtune is similar but it's a pain to get working, and isn't realtime. I really liked the simplicity of PerfCount; could just load it up and watch what's going on.
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