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Hardware Floating Point Processor

Posted by habibie 
Hardware Floating Point Processor
January 15, 2016 07:07AM
Is it safe to say both Marvell Kirkwood and NAS7820 CPUs (used in a Seagate Dockstar and PogoPlug Pro, respectively) do not have a built-in hardware floating point CPU?
Re: Hardware Floating Point Processor
January 15, 2016 09:10AM
habibie Wrote:
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> Is it safe to say both Marvell Kirkwood and
> NAS7820 CPUs (used in a Seagate Dockstar and
> PogoPlug Pro, respectively) do not have a built-in
> hardware floating point CPU?

Yes. No hard float.

-bodhi
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Re: Hardware Floating Point Processor
January 15, 2016 01:50PM
Thank you Bodhi.
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