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 Readme for:  Utility » Shell » sam460ex_setup.lha

Sam460ex_setup

Description: A utility to optimize your Sam460ex performance
Download: sam460ex_setup.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 59kb
Version: 1.0
Date: 13 Jun 12
Author: Max m3x Tretene
Submitter: Max m3x Tretene
Email: info/acube-systems com
Homepage: http://www.acube-systems.com
Requirements: Sam460ex
Category: utility/shell
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.1
FileID: 7174
 
Comments: 2
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Title:

    Sam460ex_setup

Description:

    A little utility to optimize performance on your Sam460ex board.

What it does:

    * enables Store Gathering in CCR0 register.
      This new setting doubles write speed to a PCI Express graphic card (up to
320 MB/s 
      on a Radeon X1950 and up to 300 MB/s on a Radeon HD 4650 PCI-E card) and 
      increase 50% write speed to a PCI card.
      Ragemem and Gfxbench2D will show higher values for CPU (not DMA) initiated

      data transfers.

How to use:

    * add the utility to WBStartup with Prefs/WBStartup, or put it in
S:user-startup
      if you need to specify arguments

    * if run from the shell, it accept the following arguments:
        VERBOSE to show some informations
        
Notes:

    * This utility may be obsolete with a future AOS4.1 kernel update.

History:

13-Jun-2012 - Version 1.0
    first release.


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