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Nothing went wrong with the Iyonix. You're taking these results as fact that the Iyonix is only 2.5 times faster than the RiscPC. I'll add more fuel to the fire by showing you all the results I got from my Kinetic 266. Numeric sort - 2.06 String sort - 2.63 Bitfield - 3.27 FP Emulation - 3.25 Fourier - 0.13 (a real iyonix killer!) Assignment - 1.86 Idea - 3.47 Huffman - 1.77 Neural net - 0.08 LU Decomp - 0.08 Integer index - 2.527 FP index - 0.093


 is a RISC OS UserThe Doctor on 3/3/03 2:02PM
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