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Old 25 May 2017, 20:05   #1
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WINUAE MIPS vs Real Hardware MIPS on SysMon

I was wondering how does WINUAE with JIT turned on compare with any of the latest Amiga One computers. I do not have the stats right in front of me right now but my Gaming PC with i7 is running a little faster than Amiga X1000 which is around 3000 MIPS. For comparison

- A1200 with PPC 603 is about 380 Mips
- SAM440ep is about 1100 Mips

However the following article confused me a little (http://www.generationamiga.com/2017/...x500040-64bit/) since they claim the new X5000 is 28,000!!! MIPS but my guess is the SysMon will probably show around 10,000 MIPS.

Any thoughts?
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Old 26 May 2017, 21:12   #2
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Don't trust benchmarks, especially if emulation is using any kind of JIT.
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