Re: Netgear wg511
On 12/13/03 08:33, "Colin Leroy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 13 Dec 2003 at 23h12, Ryan Verner wrote:
>>> clock : 667MHz
>>> bogomips : 663.55
>> As a complete aside (sorry), is a bogomips this low normal; I always
>> thought PPC hardware outdid x86 hardware at the same Mhz rating? My
>> 1.25ghz powerbook is rating something incredibly low, too.
>> model name : Pentium II (Deschutes)
>> cpu MHz : 349.075
>> bogomips : 697.95
> Bogomips don't mean anything. Bogomips is about 2x MHz on x86, 1x on PPC.
> Just try CPU-intensive, unoptimized (ie, no mencoder as it has a lot of
> assembly) applications if you want to do benchmarks.
> You can also try some highly optimized things like dnetc if you just want to
> be happy ;-)
This isnt entirly true... Depends on the PPC cpu... This is my router...
cpu : 603ev
clock : 200MHz
revision : 2.1 (pvr 0007 0201)
bogomips : 133.12
machine : Power Macintosh
motherboard : AAPL,e407 MacRISC
detected as : 35 (Alchemy)
pmac flags : 00000000
memory : 64MB
pmac-generation : OldWorld
p.s. Colin, sorry about sending it to you personally....