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Erik Malund
04/14/17 07:39
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#190778 - the '51 faster than cortex @ floating point
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
the '51 faster than cortex @ floating point
what a surprise

the '51 uses far less memory than cortex @ floating point
not a surprise, this is the thing always forgotten when comparing ARM and '51

http://community.silabs.com/t5/32-bit...63#U194663

yes, the '51 is clocked faster than the ARM in the above, but the rumor about how miserable the '51 is in comparison is blatantly false.

again it is an application issue I have used the ARM in 4 of my last 5 projects



List of 10 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Irony - NXP now back into 8-bit!      Andy Neil      04/03/17 02:08      
   Motorola ain't Philips...      Jan Waclawek      04/03/17 05:37      
      Oh, the Irony      Andy Neil      04/03/17 10:45      
      male cow manure      Erik Malund      04/03/17 10:52      
   the '51 faster than cortex @ floating point      Erik Malund      04/14/17 07:39      
      Let's be specific about "Cortex" (sic)      Andy Neil      04/14/17 14:51      
         Fish      Michael Karas      04/14/17 23:21      
            just to show the fact that ....      Erik Malund      04/15/17 08:57      
               or the fact that ...       Andy Neil      04/17/17 16:41      
                  agreed      Erik Malund      04/17/17 16:48      

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