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Oh and I realize it is only hypathetical until I actually try it with my system. Each system is different but just a ballpark idea.
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Originally Posted by CyberDruid
Not for me--I have tighter timings with smaller modules.
Are you running on a 1tick command rate or a 2tick command rate?

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