nightshadowpt wrote:Ok, so going back on topic, this is the information I get from SysInfo on my MiST:
12.9x the speed of a A600
5.6x the speed of a A1200
1.47x the speed of a A3000
0.37x the speed of a A4000
So Sorgelig is right, nowhere near an A4000, but faster than any other Amiga.
AdvancedFollower wrote:Well I finally got my MIST board so I was also able to test for myself.
I tested all of the cores from Somuchguru. The only build that performed notably faster is minimig-mist-1_0-newcpu which gave me those 12.5 MIPS, but it has corrupted graphics and is known for compatibility issues. The others are roughly the same at just over 7 MIPS.
In the end, compatibility is of course more important than raw performance (it's easy to have great performance when the accuracy isn't as great so comparisons with 1.0 aren't 100% fair), and in most cases it's still more than fast enough. Of course if more performance can be extracted without impacting compatibility/accuracy, that's always nice too.
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