[rescue] RPi vs SS20 benchmarks (interesting)

Mike Meredith very at zonky.org
Mon Dec 28 07:35:13 CST 2015

On Sun, 27 Dec 2015 15:49:10 -0600, Lionel Peterson wrote:
> the mix the amount of work done in a single CISC instruction on the

CISC? It wasn't labelled the "Acorn RISC Machine" for nothing (way
back in the 1980s - the ARM got started at around the same time as

> Pi vs the work done in a single RISC instruction on a SPARC processor
> and for the Coup d' Grace, the Pi is a quad-core CPU... the speed up
> should be a bit higher IMHO.

Probably. Might be worth picking an ARM board that wasn't designed to
be primarily a hardware hacking platform for a very low price though.

Mike Meredith (http://zonky.org/)
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