> On 18 Oct 2016, at 08:26, diffusae <punasip...@t-online.de> wrote:
> 
> AES-NI is an extension to the x86 architecture for CPUs from Intel and
> AMD. The Pi 3 is build with a ARM Cortex-A53 CPU (ARMv8-A). This has
> NEON SIMD extension (Advanced SIMD 128 bit registers) with instruction
> level support for AES (which implement AES rounds) and SHA-1/SHA-256.
> 
> So, I think it should be faster with Tor.

It would depend on whether your OpenSSL/LibreSSL was built with the
appropriate accelerated instruction support.

That said, the rest of Tor's crypto doesn't have NEON acceleration yet.

Tim

> 
> On 17.10.2016 15:47, Petrusko wrote:
>> I don't remember, RPi v3 has the famous AES-NI that make everything
>> faster for Tor ? :s
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