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Chris It would be interesting then to find a way of benchmarking the internet stack. Any ideas?

I have an available RPC600 with network card that could be upgraded to Select easily and I have some RO3.7 chips lying around (for the harder downgrade).

I'd be interested in finding out what a 25% speed up for bits of the internet stack translates to in 'real life' situations (a lot less of an improvement than using an Iyonix at a guess ;o)).

As regards stability we have moved rapidly into the realms of 'anecdote' ;o). Not that I am not glad that your system has become more stable as a result!

Our RiscPC with RO4.37 on it is only used to scan images every now and again and drop them onto the Iyonix RAM disc for further processing and seems no more or less stable than it used to be doing that specific task.

 is a RISC OS Userblahsnr on 25/3/04 9:05PM
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