Interval node per flow vs. single "driver" interval node

I have an application with multiple flows, each driven by it's own interval node that is set to fire every second. Is there a difference between that approach vs linking out from a single interval node to each of the other flows?

I've tried it both ways, and I don't see any obvious differences in behavior or efficiency. From a style perspective, giving each flow its own interval node makes the application easier to understand. But is one approach preferable to the other?

Entirely depends on whether you need discreet triggering for some things or not.

Else 1 inject with 10 wires to 10 nodes is the same as 10 injects (assuming all set the same way)

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