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Old 26 October 2009, 18:10   #1
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A3000 SysInfo results

I have A3000 with CBM accelerator 68040/25Mhz
I have noticed that the sysinfo speed results are slower then A4000 with same spec card. The MIPS are at 14.82Mips, the 040 s/b 18.88Mips, but the FLOPS are correct at 4.74FLOPS.
The clock freq shows 25.6Mhz.
The other odd thing is that Sysinfo displays (NOT IN USE) for math coprocessor and MMU, but I checked the CPU and it is the full version not the EC.
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Old 27 October 2009, 03:35   #2
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To "force" MMU use, type "CPU fastrom" in a CLI window before starting sysinfo. Then you'll see the speed difference...
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To "force" MMU use, type "CPU fastrom" in a CLI window before starting sysinfo. Then you'll see the speed difference...
Did it, but is still the same
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Fast page mode vs. static column ZIP memory? Which do you have?
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Fast page mode vs. static column ZIP memory? Which do you have?
I don't know yet, I will have to check, but it's a pain in butt to remove everything just to see the chips.

Next time I'm in it, I'll check.
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if you have more than 4mb it'ld have to be ZIP I guess.

also AFAIR sysinfo never really did a good job of identifying the MMU.
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ZIP memory came in both types. Static column should be 10% faster than page mode... It might make the difference here.
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