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Nuh, don't worry about it.So what's the verdict rlaley? Did the performance gain come from SSE2 alone or something else? Have you pinpointed it?A Geeks3D friend told me that you cannot have more than 20% with SSE2. I had read to that article of the X87 PhysX instructions, that you can have 100% more performance with SSE2. Now we see 400%. I am confused!


can you halp me how show a pdf right to left ?
i work with vfr reader library
thank you

Faber Magnus

You post an emotional collage of pictures to invite us to reflect on the burden of destruction and pain that our unsustainable lifestyle is causing even in our own countries and people still ask you modifications to a free application that you coded.
We are living koyaanisqatsi, in Hopi language, "life of moral corruption and turmoil" or "life out of balance".
Thank you for your inspirational post.


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