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The point of my post wasn't the XScale/Cortex-A8 comparison, it was the fact that we don't know how Sheeva and Cortex-A8 compare, and therefore, the MHz myth definitely applies to that comparison. XScale/Cortex-A8 was only used as an example of the MHz myth applying to ARM.

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