>>From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu Jul 29 09:31:32 1993
>>From: Amos Shapira <email@example.com>
>>Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1993 18:32:14 +0300
>>In message <9307291451.AA00405@resi.waldorf-gmbh.de> Andreas Busse writes:
>> [ lots of info, bottom line is that the R4200 doesn't have a FPU ]
>>|Any comments ? Please - if we really want to make hardware
>>|instead of vapor-ware, wakeup, guys. Here's something to discuss.
>>Ok, so shall we take a vote or what?
>>I am not a hardware type but the R4200 seems to be enough for me it and it
>>eats 486/66 raw even as it is (here is the table again:
>>Vendor Clock Chip Price SPECint92 SPECfp92
>>unspecified 100 R4000SC 640 61.7 63.4
>>unspecified 150 R4400SC 1120 88(est) 97(est)
>>NEC 80 R4200 70 55 30
>>And, for comparison
>>Intel 66 486 542 32.2 16.1
Price, performance, and ease of building a mother board how does some of the
other available risc processors compare such as 601 and the new sparc ?