[Arm-netbook] firefly 3399 all source software disclosed?

Bill Kontos vkontogpls at gmail.com
Sun May 7 12:13:29 BST 2017

The A72 is supposed to be as fast as a Core M Broadwell core at 2.5 ghz(
assuming that the A72 maintains clockspeed while the Core M throttles,
which is the case in most fanless laptops). The rk3399 is clocked at 2.0
ghz on the A72 cluster so it's slower but it has the benefit of the neon
SIMD extension set for future codecs( should someone want to make it work)
and dedicated ip blocks for a lot of stuff.

On Sun, May 7, 2017 at 12:53 PM, <ronwirring at safe-mail.net> wrote:

> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1771382379/firefly-
> rk3399-six-core-64-bit-high-performance-pl
> Has all source code for the computer been disclosed?
> Lkcl has says, he can make use of the rk3399 if he has the processor's
> data sheet.  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1771382379/firefly-
> rk3399-six-core-64-bit-high-performance-pl/posts/1818477 What data about
> the rk3399 does lkcl not have?
> What is the performance of the rk3399 processor compared to a x86 dual
> core 2ghz?
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