Yummy new CPU/GPU combo
andy at openmoko.com
Thu Jun 5 15:07:59 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| On Thursday 05 June 2008 10:29:36 Andy Green wrote:
|> The Glamo offers normal async memory bus interface which we use, but it
|> has a bunch of timing constraints. (There is a synchronous burst bus
|> mode that we don't use because the CPU doesn't support it and adding a
|> CPLD in there to translate will eat power and doesn't make sense.)
| What exactly do you mean by an async memory bus interface? Surely the bus
| has a clock to clock data in off the data bus?
Async busses use strobes like "chip select", "read" and so on instead of
an explicit clock.
| But it _should_ be an aweful lot faster than it currently is. I
understand the reasons
| why it's so slow, but these are hardware bugs. Surely SMedia are the
ones who should
When we figure it out we'll know. It the meanwhile, it's OK.
|> However like I said when you hold the thing and use it, IMO it's
|> perfectly adequate. The "August" Software Update ;-) has some cool
|> alpha and moving things going on that look nice, it's just not so bad as
|> you got the impression I believe.
| Have you watched the video which started this thread? Seen an iPhone
| What about the latest Google android videos:
I just jumped in to correct your wrong idea about graphic device
connectivity, not answer "is there a God?" :-)
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