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[Files] AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 releasedANN.lu
Posted on 13-Dec-2002 12:16 GMT by Lukas Stehlik20 comments
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New AmiGOD2 released!

New features:

Amiga Continued special version (czech Amiga magazine)
MorphOS test: new internal module Pegasos G3/600MHz (!!!) + Voodoo4 AGP
Amithlon test: new internal module Athlon XP 1700 + TNT2
UAE test: new internal module P/166MHz + Tseng PCI
Amiga test: new internal module A1240/25MHz + Voodoo3 PCI
added info buttons to the database
small bug in database was removed (thanks to Don Cox)
please, do not run it on Amiga without FPU (not debugged yet)

AmiGOD2 Homepage

AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 1 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by ikez on 13-Dec-2002 12:55 GMT
nice prog :)
ikez
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 2 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Lukas Stehlik on 13-Dec-2002 15:13 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (ikez):
Thanx. I have a little time for developing, because I have to study, but I am still trying to improve it.
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 3 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 13-Dec-2002 20:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Lukas Stehlik):
It hits like crazy under MOS.
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 4 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Alkis Tsapanidis on 13-Dec-2002 21:21 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
It seems that it bangs the hardware for some stuff.
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 5 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Rene W. Olsen on 13-Dec-2002 21:30 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Alkis Tsapanidis):
its identify.library thats bangs the hardware, and AmiGOD2 uses that lib
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 6 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by kevin orme on 13-Dec-2002 21:38 GMT
is it too much to ask to ask WHAT IS IT? I can't tell from the posting or the site - is it a game, SQL database, or what?
kevin orme
amiga university
www.amigau.com
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 7 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Gareth Knight on 13-Dec-2002 21:42 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (kevin orme):
It's a system identification program, similar to the classic SysInfo, that measures the speed of your machine and gives a comparison to other specifications.
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 8 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by brotheris on 13-Dec-2002 21:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (kevin orme):
benchmark
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 9 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Roj on 14-Dec-2002 05:50 GMT
My A4K actually outperforms all but the Athlon 1700 and the Pegasos.
...I'm stunned. =^)
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 10 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Rob on 14-Dec-2002 06:36 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Roj):
Would you like to tell us some more about your system.
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 11 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Rob on 14-Dec-2002 07:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Rene W. Olsen):
Is this the reason why Pegasos performed so badly in the tests.
Twice the speed of an 060/60 just doesn't seem right for a 600MHz G3
emulating 68k.
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 12 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by mahen on 14-Dec-2002 08:22 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Rob):
Try to run the 68k test twice : the performance gets muuuch
better thanks to the JIT emulation...
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 13 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Dec-2002 08:47 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (mahen):
but is that the true image then? the "feel" of the first run would be closer to reality in not thaaat long repeated sequences of math operations (or anything else - JITs can be fast in long running benchmarks, but feel quite sloppy anyway..
(note this is targeted at JITs in general, not specifically the one in mos)
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 14 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by catohagen on 14-Dec-2002 09:35 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (Anonymous):
from mos featurelist :
Trance - Just In Time 68k compiler (JIT)
Trance translates 68k program code to native PPC code. Translated code is kept in memory, so when running same code again, translated code can be run directly.
thats probably why running the test twice improves the speed....
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 15 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by David Scheibler on 14-Dec-2002 10:52 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Rob):
Because AmiGod2 throws thousands of hits that get debugged to the serial port
which slows it down a lot.
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 16 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Dec-2002 13:08 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (catohagen):
> thats probably why running the test twice improves the speed....
Come on guys, turn on your brain (benchmarks contain loops that are executed often, JIT only slows down the first pass).
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 17 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Roj on 14-Dec-2002 14:53 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (Rob):
Sure, I've got an A4000/Power Tower, CSPPC 60/233 w/64 megs, PIV (P96) & OS3.9
Nothing special really.
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 18 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by catohagen on 14-Dec-2002 16:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Anonymous):
does this mean that all Jit engines work this way ? also the OS4 one and
UAE one ?
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 19 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 14-Dec-2002 19:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (David Scheibler):
"Because AmiGod2 throws thousands of hits that get debugged to the serial port
which slows it down a lot. "
Do all current copies of MorphOS have the debug code enabled?
If so, no speed tests will be accurate. (Assuming the debug code will
eventually be removed.)
AmiGOD2 BETA 13.12.2002 released : Comment 20 of 20ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 14-Dec-2002 20:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 19 (Don Cox):
I ran the tests again with the new version. Amithlon results are
within about 2% of last time.
The maths tests are slow on MorphOS (no doubt because of the debug),
but the graphics and Intuition tests come out slightly faster than on
my Amithlon.
My guess is that the graphics card is the main factor here - the
Amithlon is using a TNT2 while the Pegasos has a Voodoo4.
Likewise my A4000, with a Picasso II card, is slower than Jerry's
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