Re: [hatari-devel] WinUAE CPU core CPU/FPU/DSP performance according to Centurbo benchmark

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Memory refresh cycles does make sense - yes. Probably that is why the loss is not synchronous with any particular CPU activity - and still occurs with the Videl disabled.


On 2 January 2015 at 22:16, Konador, Cyprian <cyprian.konador@xxxxxx> wrote:
> From: Douglas Little
> Sent: 2 January 2015 21:27
> (It seems there are still other mechanisms stealing some cycles or causing bus slots to get missed because the resulting timings are cycle-fractional - but I guess those causes are more likely to be constants. The timings always yield integers with Hatari)
What about memory refresh cycles? I have no good example, but e.g. in Amiga memory refresh cycles steal  4 memory slots per scanline:

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