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Old 04-19-2008, 04:24 AM
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Hello, I saw that video. And i really wonder if T10 got 256mb RAM with Dual core?
http://video.aol.com/video-detail/gu...t10/1032127832

EOREX EM488M3244LBA
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Old 04-20-2008, 04:41 PM
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How did they find out the specs of the things in the video? Was the model numbers printed on the chips?

No, DEFINITLY NOT a dual core CPU. Why would it need one?
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Old 04-20-2008, 05:00 PM
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I doubt the processor would even break 100 MHz, and barely need a meg of RAM, video RAM or otherwise. Since it's a flash player, there is vitrually no lag between reading info from the flash memory, processing it, and displaying/outputting it. Very little would need to be buffered since info will be called as needed.
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Old 04-21-2008, 12:51 AM
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in the video you can see de definitions so the serial/model number! of the chips so i think its right
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Old 04-21-2008, 04:07 AM
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If it had a dual core, I'm sure it'd get pretttty hot.
Dual core and 256MB of RAM - Definitely Not!

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Actually, I took a look at the video more closely and it says up to 192mhz, so it may be accurate.
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Old 04-21-2008, 09:16 AM
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well, I opened my T10 up to fix something... and managed to break the hinges. It looks dreadful now, but at least it's working.

anyway, it is Eorex inside. Full specs

http://www.eorex.com/DRAM/SDR-em488m3244LBA.htm
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Old 04-21-2008, 10:11 AM
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Of course it has a dual core processor... the iPod has since the first generation, and so has almost ever MP3 player ever in existence.

They use one core to do the interface, and one core to play music. That is why they don't skip when you do both at the same time. They separate both operations on the processor. Both cores are relatively slow, so having just one slightly faster core wouldn't be able to handle doing both things at the same time.
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Old 04-21-2008, 01:44 PM
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thats.... wow. honestly didnt think an mp3/video player would need dual core. but, it truly is. slow cores, yes. but the TCC7801 main processor has two ARM926EJ-S cores, each running up to 192 MHz (other players, like the Cowon D2 seem to have this processor setup as well...link). Impressive. I'm slightly confused tho. The Eorex site lists the DRAM as 256 Mb. Now, while that may not seem confusing, Mb (with a small b) stands for mega bit. 8 bits to a byte, and 256 Mb / 8 b = 32 MB (mega bytes, with a capital B). But everything else states it is 256 MB. Barring that small discrepancy, PC133 with CL3 latency is the best speed for non DDR RAM.
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thats.... wow. honestly didnt think an mp3/video player would need dual core. but, it truly is. slow cores, yes. but the TCC7801 main processor has two ARM926EJ-S cores, each running up to 192 MHz (other players, like the Cowon D2 seem to have this processor setup as well...link). Impressive. I'm slightly confused tho. The Eorex site lists the DRAM as 256 Mb. Now, while that may not seem confusing, Mb (with a small b) stands for mega bit. 8 bits to a byte, and 256 Mb / 8 b = 32 MB (mega bytes, with a capital B). But everything else states it is 256 MB. Barring that small discrepancy, PC133 with CL3 latency is the best speed for non DDR RAM.
you did all the math right! ;-) it is 32MB. 256MB might have been a typo.
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Old 04-21-2008, 06:09 PM
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Well, that's cleared up. I truely am surprised at the dual-core-ness, I din't think low power procs had it.
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Old 04-21-2008, 09:01 PM
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you did all the math right! ;-) it is 32MB. 256MB might have been a typo.
Agreed. 256 would be just a bit overkill, especially when its a sixteenth of the total storage size. Thats like having a 500 GB hard drive, and 31.25 GB of RAM. Orders on the scale of 2 to 8 thousandths (0.002 to 0.008 or with that 500 GB HDD, 1 to 4 GB of RAM) of total storage would be upper limit for consumer systems in this day and age. The T10 would fit nicely in that with 32 Megs being .008 of 4 GB. Math is fun! (not... -_- )
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