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Discussion in 'Supercard SDK' started by asiekierka, Jan 17, 2011.
Your URL produces a 404.
Perhaps you could upload it to GBATEMP's filetrip instead?
Also, you probably already know, but BassAceGold did one of these too awhile ago.
My system tester was mainly designed to measure the limitation of transferring data through slot 1 where this benchmark will measure computing power.
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.
All links appears to be broken. Please, can you upload they to filetrip or at least check the links?
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.