What's the difference between a DMIPS and a MIPS?

Even very old DPSs could perform 8 multiplications on 16 different registers in one instruction. – vsz Aug 21 ‘12 at 11:35 DMIPS and MIPS are not the same. DMIPS stands for “Dhrystone MIPS”, and it’s a standard for comparing different microcontrollers/microprocessors’ performances across different instruction sets.
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