xorg +XGI Volari XP5

Thomas E. Spanjaard tgen at netphreax.net
Wed Apr 27 04:34:06 PDT 2005

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Hummel Tom wrote:
> As for the Goede GX is a different beast, derived from the National 
> Semiconductor Geode GX2.

Which is based on the Cyrix MediaGX, which was a slow performer, even 
for its time. They haven't made any significat improvements either, as 
ARMv9 chips with MMU are faster in terms of per-cycle performance (not 
in Thumb ofcourse ;)).

		-- Thomas E. Spanjaard
		   tgen at xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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