[mythtv-users] Performance issue
nate.strickland at gmail.com
Tue Oct 12 08:10:53 UTC 2004
nah I don't know about that...
<begin anti-celeron rant>
you can comapre cache sizes and all that, but the celeron usually will
not work as well as it's specs seem to indicate it should. there's a
reason that many people call it the broken processer. your celeron
2.4 just may perform about equally to a athlon-xp 1800, maybe less.
<end celeron rant>
still, you should be able to do what you want on that hardware...
you may as well try turning deinterlacing off completely while you're
testing, just to rule it out as a cause
have you tried the non-cvs version to see if the problem still occurs?
On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 15:44:04 -0500, Robert Kulagowski <bob at smalltime.com> wrote:
> >I would expect a Cel 2.4 to give
> >performance 25% better than the PIII/733 or the PIII/800 lines above.
> >I would not expect your system to be capable of recording and viewing
> >live tv at the same time. I'm building my first Mythbox from my
> >Athlon 800, but I'm using a pvr-250 (or a 350) as my base encoder to
> >reach the performance needed.
> That's a good guess, but not accurate. A Celeron 2.4 Ghz has a _lot_
> more performance than a PIII/733Mhz. While the cache on a Celeron is
> smaller than a full P4, the core is the same. And Celeron "D"s have
> increased the onboard cache - older P4 celerons had 128K, the Celeron
> "D"'s have 256K and run on a 533Mhz FSB.
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