Yes, that’s correct. The server has less work to do per second compared to having a tick frequency of half a second. The way you’re wording is makes this really weird.
Okay, so your english sucks. You’re just saying the same thing I do, being that when the server has more time between the ticks (when he’s required to send the data to the clients) then he can get more work done.
No matter which side of the coin we’re looking at, the server has the interval it has because it can get more work done per interval compared to a shorter interval-time. Yes, per second the server would have to do more work if the interval was shorter.
Per interval though, the amount of work is always the same (relative to the amount of clients connected, of course). That’s what confused me about your sentence. It’s missing a “per second”, because the server does not actually do less calculations with a shorter interval, but per second.
THIS IS A LANGUAGE PROBLEM.
WE COULD DO THIS FOREVER!
YOU’RE GERMAN, APPARENTLY!
HI FROM AUSTRIA!