Who did Atom latency test?

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26 Apr 2009 14:52 #167 by dfarrell
dfarrell created the topic: Who did Atom latency test?
One thing that might be nice to add to the "Hardware that works" list is who did the test.
I am a little surprised that the Atom 330 2x 1.6Ghz is indicating so low jitter. It would
be nice if such an inexpensive architecture would give such good performance. Was
the system loaded for the test? Is xubuntu the difference? If this is all true then the cheap
mini notebooks may make nice controllers.

David.
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26 Apr 2009 21:01 #172 by alex_joni
alex_joni replied the topic: Re:Who did Atom latency test?
dfarrell wrote:

One thing that might be nice to add to the "Hardware that works" list is who did the test.
I am a little surprised that the Atom 330 2x 1.6Ghz is indicating so low jitter. It would
be nice if such an inexpensive architecture would give such good performance. Was
the system loaded for the test? Is xubuntu the difference? If this is all true then the cheap
mini notebooks may make nice controllers.

David.


If you refer to the wiki page, then you can make the change yourself.
Just add another column with the tester, and maybe means to contact (irc username, obsfucated email, etc).

Regards,
Alex

PS: wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl?BasicSteps <- how to edit the wiki
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27 Apr 2009 13:43 #183 by skunkworks
skunkworks replied the topic: Re:Who did Atom latency test?
Hello - There have been a few people that have tested the atom. It seem to almost push 20us latency but stays under.

imagebin.org/46232

That was with the latest livecd - installed and doing updates. (and glxgears was running)

sam
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