rockpro64 not more than a rock64 plus two processors?
#1
Can you say the rockpro64 is nothing more than a rock64 computer, the rockpro64 having two more
processors?

Is it possible to quantify in percents how much faster the rockpro64 is?
Thank you.
#2
(08-15-2018, 02:06 PM)heocb Wrote: Can you say the rockpro64 is nothing more than a rock64 computer, the rockpro64 having two more
processors?

Is it possible to quantify in percents how much faster the rockpro64 is?
Thank you.


I have a ffmpeg test I ran on both the rp64 and r64, the r64 takes just over 15 minutes to complete, and it takes about 5 minutes on the rp64.
#3
(08-15-2018, 04:39 PM)evilbunny Wrote:
(08-15-2018, 02:06 PM)heocb Wrote: Can you say the rockpro64 is nothing more than a rock64 computer, the rockpro64 having two more
processors?

Is it possible to quantify in percents how much faster the rockpro64 is?
Thank you.


I have a ffmpeg test I ran on both the rp64 and r64, the r64 takes just over 15 minutes to complete, and it takes about 5 minutes on the rp64.

The differences between the RK3328 and the RK3399 is enough to make the jump from the Rock64 to the RockPro64, even if I never manage to make use of the PCIe slot.
#4
(08-15-2018, 04:48 PM)MobileJAD I Agree the rp64 is stupid fast and coming from rpi its a dream Wrote:
(08-15-2018, 04:39 PM)evilbunny Wrote:
(08-15-2018, 02:06 PM)heocb Wrote: Can you say the rockpro64 is nothing more than a rock64 computer, the rockpro64 having two more
processors?

Is it possible to quantify in percents how much faster the rockpro64 is?
Thank you.


I have a ffmpeg test I ran on both the rp64 and r64, the r64 takes just over 15 minutes to complete, and it takes about 5 minutes on the rp64.

The differences between the RK3328 and the RK3399 is enough to make the jump from the Rock64 to the RockPro64, even if I never manage to make use of the PCIe slot.
#5
Check side by side Rock64 (RK3328) and RockPro64 (RK3399) and search the internet for reviews/benchmarks.
Advances of RK3399:
  • ~2x faster Cortex-A72 (architecture bigLITTLE for performance and power optimization, 3-way superscalar, 2x-4x more cache)
  • ~2x throughput of memory (64-bit)
  • ~2x-5x faster and newer GPU (Mali-T864 (wiki), OpenGL ES1.1/2.0/3.0/3.1, OpenCL, DX11, Vulkan...)  
  • more peripherals (PCIex, more video outputs, camera inputs and other peripherals ...)
I left this community in Aug 2019 due to PINE64 refusal to produce/deliver ROCK64-1G version 3 after more than one year of changing statuses to "planning", "evaluating", "releasing", "availability", "estimated availability" and finally "no schedule" Angry. ROCK64 is dead platform without any advantage. Buy Raspberry PI 4 !
Away
#6
(08-22-2018, 04:36 AM)mcerveny Wrote:
  • ~2x faster Cortex-A72 (architecture bigLITTLE for performance and power optimization, 3-way superscalar, 2x-4x more cache)
    <snip>

You can add LPDDR4 for the rp64 and LPDDR3 for r64


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