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The New Memory Controller On V2

Claudio Guglielmotti
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 185
04 Feb 2016 10:12


The last night i had a vision, Bgun appeared to me and he told:
"tomorrow, as first thing, run bustest. You will be surprised..."

So, it is.
Yesterday i left my vampire with 90mb/sec of memory speed.
This morning, same configuration, i have 130mb/sec...

I had an increment of +40mb/sec...

Kippa, do you still believe that V3 is better than Dev Board?



Nixus Minimax

Posts 416
04 Feb 2016 11:43


Are you confusing people again with things like "V2" and "V3"? :p



Claudio Guglielmotti
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 185
04 Feb 2016 13:31


Sorry,
I tried to change the topic, it is not possible...

The new memory controller is working on the dev board (v2-64), tomorrow it should be compiled for the V2-128...



Michal Warzecha

Posts 209
08 Feb 2016 14:35


Is it possible? Your last result- 130, now BigGun share his result- 360. Is it possible, or I don't understand it correctly?


Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 5474
08 Feb 2016 15:00


Michal Warzecha wrote:

    Is it possible? Your last result- 130, now BigGun share his result- 360. Is it possible, or I don't understand it correctly?
   

   
   
There are 2 versions of the Vampire-2 card.
About 10 cards card of them have 64MB memory and only 16bit memory bus. These cards are developer-cards and only used by us developers.
   
The card which are sold have 128 MB fastmem and 32bit memory bus.
These cards reach 380 MB/sec memory speed today.
Me goal is to tweak tune this in the next month to reach over 450 MB at some point.

To customers only the fast version is sold.
But Claudio owns one of the first developers cards.
   
Clear now?



Michal Warzecha

Posts 209
08 Feb 2016 16:05


Enough. Amazing thing. 450MHz versus 30 on BPPC...

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