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Old 09-15-2009, 09:36 AM   #1
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Anyone know if the Time & Sales and DOM will be in thier own threads in NT 7?

This is important because fast moving markets can bring NT to a crawl in NT 6.5.

Perhaps someone from Ninja can enlighten us on what exeactly in NT 7 with use multiple CPU threads.

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Old 09-15-2009, 09:41 AM   #2
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Hello Mark,

Thank you for your note.

1.) Unfortunately, there is no word on the layout of the forum post-NT 7 release at this time.

2.) NinjaTrader 7 will come with many performance improvements including multi-core support resulting in faster application startup times and significantly reduced strategy optimization times.
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Old 09-15-2009, 09:46 AM   #3
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Kyle,

Yes I saw the features list, what I am asking for is more detail on how the Multi-Core processing is implemented in NT 7 and if the DOM and T&S's are in their own threads (cpu cores).

I know RAy and/or your development team have this information, care to share it?

Thanks.....

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Hello Mark,

Thank you for your note.

1.) Unfortunately, there is no word on the layout of the forum post-NT 7 release at this time.

2.) NinjaTrader 7 will come with many performance improvements including multi-core support resulting in faster application startup times and significantly reduced strategy optimization times.
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Old 09-15-2009, 09:56 AM   #4
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Multi-Core processing is implemented in NT 7 and if the DOM and T&S's are in their own threads (cpu cores).
Mark,

No, they are not on their own threads however, CPU load on both of these windows have dropped significantly.
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Thanks Ray.

Good news about CPU load,

However, you would probably get most bang for the buck if you put them in seperate threads, as I am sure you know. I assume those "windows" are tightly integrated in with other code and to put them in their own threads was to big of a work effort, or was there some other reason I am missing?

Thanks and looking forward to the reaping the fruits of all of your recent efforts on NT 7.

Mark

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No, they are not on their own threads however, CPU load on both of these windows have dropped significantly.
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