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Sam440ep_setup 1.3 released

Date 7-Feb-2012 1:06:18
Topic: software OS4


Sam440ep_setup is a little utility to optimize performance on your Sam440ep board (mini-itx and flex versions)

What's new:

use a more aggressive instruction cache speculative prefetching setting.
This allows a faster execution for some software, for example the following
Blender speed test increased performance by 10%-20%:

bldyn -b projects/bricks_and_water_plugin.blend -o ram:pool -F JPEG -f 0

As a sidenote some values returned by Ragemem are incorrect (MIPS) or lower
(L2 cache read64/write64) when this setting is enabled.
To disable this setting, add NOCCR argument to the command line.

http://os4depot.net/?function=showfile&file=utility/shell/sam440ep_setup.lha



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