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  • #11
    In first Place, you are wrong..
    I am not Russian, but I am also European!

    Second,
    The point 2) and 3) and independent Analyses, and they even show better results than Baikal do( maybe due to more recent compilers, probably )!
    They have the best scores on relative performance/Mhz/Power.

    They tested samples,
    Which are limited to 1.2Ghz or 1 Ghz.. Baikal can produce cluster of 4, 4+2, till 1.5Ghz..
    To give you an ideia, Baikat T1, power consumption is less than 5 Watts..

    So my Statement is accurate!
    They have the best LowPower 32 bits CPU.

    Tell me one that has better results than BaikalT1.
    You asked for facts and I showed you facts,
    Now show me a 32 bits processor with more performance, and less than 5 watts of power 32 bits?!
    Can you do that?
    Last edited by tuxd3v; 02-10-2019, 09:42 PM.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by tuxd3v View Post
      Second,
      The point 2) and 3) and independent Analyses, and they even show better results than Baikal do( maybe due to more recent compilers, probably )!
      They have the best scores on relative performance/Mhz/Power.
      No, only on Mhz/performance. No word on performance/power.

      They tested samples,
      Which are limited to 1.2Ghz or 1 Ghz.. Baikal can produce cluster of 4, 4+2, till 1.5Ghz..
      To give you an ideia, Baikat T1, power consumption is less than 5 Watts..
      Less than 5 watts also on the clusters? Also on higher frequencies? Because power consumption increases when you do that. Do note that the reviewer talked of 2Ghz as the frequency required to be competitive with an ARM cortex a-15. 1.5GHz isn't going to do that.

      Tell me one that has better results than BaikalT1.
      From your very results, Cortex-A15 at 2ghz or above.

      You asked for facts and I showed you facts,
      you had to pick sentences out of context as even your own sources don't state that.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
        No, only on Mhz/performance. No word on performance/power.

        Less than 5 watts also on the clusters? Also on higher frequencies? Because power consumption increases when you do that. Do note that the reviewer talked of 2Ghz as the frequency required to be competitive with an ARM cortex a-15. 1.5GHz isn't going to do that.

        From your very results, Cortex-A15 at 2ghz or above.

        you had to pick sentences out of context as even your own sources don't state that.
        They were talking in the Samples , and the Samples have a T1 on its case which means limited to 1.2Ghz( For evaluation purpose.. )..
        The cores can go to 1.5Ghz( But that we have no public view, at least I haven't found any ).

        Imagination and TSMC, said that cores can reach 2Ghz, but that I haven saw any statement from Baikal Electronics..

        So the results are related with the Evaluation Version( T1 on case 1.2Ghz ).
        Yes off course less than 5 Watts on the Cluster!

        They have bigger CoreMark than Cortex A15, and as far has I have readed it is increasing as Compilers are aware of the ISA intruction Set..
        Baikal Tests are using a very old Compiler toolchain, 4.9 or 5.3 something like that..
        On 7.3 results are even better!

        No Cortex A15 @2Ghz, area a power hog..
        And its performance only is bigger in absolute terms, not in perf/Mhz/Whatt,
        So you failed to give a LowPower Option to compete with BaikalT1

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        • #14
          I am glad to see people adopting risc-v, I'm hoping to replace my ARM devices with risc-v in the next few years. Level1Techs did a basic yet cool video on SiFive a few days ago. It's worth a watch to someone who wonders about the motivation behind companies like SiFive, the title was: "Building Your Own RISC-V CPU With SiFive".

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          • #15
            Originally posted by Jabberwocky View Post
            I am glad to see people adopting risc-v, I'm hoping to replace my ARM devices with risc-v in the next few years. Level1Techs did a basic yet cool video on SiFive a few days ago. It's worth a watch to someone who wonders about the motivation behind companies like SiFive, the title was: "Building Your Own RISC-V CPU With SiFive".
            Thanks for the video
            RiscV,Open Risc, and now Mips32, are all good things,
            OpenRisc is in a undefined state

            I see mips32( which is now also open ), with a better option has a OS microprocessor..
            Riscv will need lots of work, to reshape the market,( mips32 too ),
            Its better positioned for micro-controllers space, like the GreenWaves GAP8, and SiFive lower parts, IOT and stuff, even WD made some statements about that some time ago, for hard-drives, Raid controllers, etc..

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