Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at lkcl.net
Wed Jan 17 22:36:10 GMT 2018
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On Wed, Jan 17, 2018 at 10:25 PM, zap <calmstorm at posteo.de> wrote:
>> with probably about 18 months of full-time reverse-engineering,
>> probably. but i've f*****g had it with ARM, the blatantly unethical
>> f***s, trying to bribe people to shut down projects, and blackmailing
>> companies to not pay software libre developers.
>> so f*** 'em.
> I don't disagree, I just wondered if it was possible in the near future.
> Since its not, yeah...
if i start now it'll be about... 3 months and it'll cost about $2000
per set of 10 boards to test.
> I guess we wait for something better. To arrive. such as Shakti
> processors right? :)
18 months on that... but yeah.
talking to jeff who did nyuzi, to see what it would take to at least
get 25% the performance of MALI 400. nyuzi is a software-driven
general-purpose compute engine that "happens to be reasonably good at
3D". based on some research work by intel.
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