It worked fine. I now face a small issue. The A12Z bionic that DTK has, has 4 efficiency and 4 performance cores. However PixInsight detects the machine as having 4 cores only, so the efficiency ones are sleeping./Applications/PixInsight/bin/StarNet-pxm.dylib
I am currently testing with my applications, also Rosetta and Qt. WIll report back to you soon.dunno about this - rosetta may only report those 4 cores to the emulated machine. do you have any other x86 software that might try to use all 8 threads to see if the problem is common to rosetta or is a PI-only probem?
Wow. That $999 MacBook Air M1 benchmarks at roughly twice the speed of my fully-upgraded top of the line iMac from a 2016-ish... and yours is running in an emulator! I'll benchmark my top-of-the-line 2020 MBP later to see how it compares, later.PPS. I've attached the PI benchmark test, having just run it in 'real-life conditions', i.e. after 3 hours up-time, 4k display running, OneDrive, outlook and word open etc.
We'll be on the watch. I'm thinking of buying a Mac Mini M1 and I'm very interested in seeing real results from the stacking of many subs.My macbook pro M1 16GB version is coming on Jan 15, I currently have the late 2013 trash can Mac Pro but I upgraded it to the fastest NVME that it can handle and added RAM to 64GB total. I will be testing its speed stacking and aligning for 1000+ 16MP subs and see if it is faster than my current setup. I am eager to find out. Final Cut pro (latest version) however on my current setup struggles so much it is painful to watch, this alone is enough reason for me to upgrade to M1. I will then make this macbook M1 as a main desktop. I will update here with the result.