asie's DSTwo software

Discussion in 'Supercard SDK' started by asiekierka, Jan 17, 2011.

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    Recorderdude Musician, Animator, Buffoon.

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    Your URL produces a 404. [​IMG]

    Perhaps you could upload it to GBATEMP's filetrip instead?

    Also, you probably already know, but BassAceGold did one of these too awhile ago.

    http://gbatemp.net/t253485-system-tester-plugin
     
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    My system tester was mainly designed to measure the limitation of transferring data through slot 1 where this benchmark will measure computing power.
     
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    My apologies for reviving such an old thread, but doesn't the MIPS have an FPU? I just took a computer architecture class based on the MIPS and learned that there is a floating point unit in MIPS CPUs. I know that the MIPS has instructions to handle floating point numbers on the hardware side so I was just curious whether the SDK implemented these instructions yet. Is the MIPS instruction set for this CPU the same as what one would run in a simulator such as MARS or SPIM? Forgive me if I'm wrong about the instructions, but I was just curious about how this relates to what I learned about the MIPS in my classes this semester.
     
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    All links appears to be broken. Please, can you upload they to filetrip or at least check the links?
     
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    Thanks for the clarification. I wasn't sure which MIPS CPU this was. I'll have to read more about the chip to learn about its specific instruction set and architecture.

    EDIT: Here is a list of documents for the JZ4740 for anyone interested: http://www.amebasystems.com/downloads/hard...4720/Jz4740-PM/

    Sadly, it looks like there isn't hardware floating point support. It's a shame since software floating point emulation is much slower.