[music-dsp] Linux-based DSP vs. dual processor platform

Marc Lindahl marc at plugzilla.com
Tue Nov 5 13:35:22 EST 2002


Yes, it would be a Celeron:  http://www.pricewatch.com/


on 11/4/02 9:07 AM, Steve Harris at S.W.Harris at ecs.soton.ac.uk scrivened:

> On Mon, Nov 04, 2002 at 08:33:07 -0500, Marc Lindahl wrote:
>> on 11/4/02 3:06 AM, Payan, Remi at rem at ti.com scrivened:
>> 
>>> 
>>> Then you have other advantages: A DSP is not a heater (except ADIs ones ;),
>>> and it is much cheaper (talking about the chip itself).
>> 
>> Really?  A 1.2GHz P-III is around $50 in single unit qty...
> 
> A PIII Celeron, or a real PIII? In the UK at PIII 1.2 is about $200 retail.
> 
> Which is a shame, dual PIII machines make great linux DSP boxes.
> 
> - Steve
> 
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