Originally Posted by matthey
Impressive, especially for such an early release. The core must be executing, roughly, close to 2 integer instructions per cycle. This is very good considering a "hard" CPU like the P1022 PPC in the Tabor is limited to 2 integer instructions per cycle.
More memory shouldn't make much difference in speed. Is the FPGA different on the release board?
Core is constantly being tweaked, as such cgugls score came from an earlier core, the memory speeds and cache has been updated in the last few days so there should be an improvement in performance
Nice video lantus360.
The p96 should be available very soon so you'll be able to try Mac fusion
and other apps/games