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My take on the Mill (hopefully using more conventional terminology)Gabriele Svelto04/18/15 01:06 AM
AMD kills SeaMicroanonymous904/16/15 01:57 PM
  AMD kills SeaMicroEduardoS04/16/15 02:32 PM
  AMD kills SeaMicroExophase04/16/15 04:17 PM
    AMD kills SeaMicroKevin G04/17/15 07:29 AM
    AMD kills SeaMicroBrett04/17/15 06:07 PM
      AMD kills SeaMicrojuanrga04/18/15 05:18 AM
  AMD kills SeaMicroAnon04/17/15 01:22 AM
    AMD kills SeaMicroKevin G04/17/15 07:33 AM
    AMD kills SeaMicroliahos104/17/15 07:34 AM
      AMD kills SeaMicronone04/17/15 07:49 AM
Typed CPU registerEtienne04/16/15 03:37 AM
  Typed CPU registerHugo Décharnes04/16/15 04:26 AM
  Typed CPU registerdmcq04/16/15 04:52 AM
  The Mill uses such type metadataPaul A. Clayton04/16/15 05:14 AM
    The Mill uses such type metadatadmcq04/16/15 05:23 AM
  Typed CPU registerSeni04/16/15 02:23 PM
    Typed CPU registerrwessel04/16/15 04:31 PM
      Typed CPU registerEugene Nalimov04/17/15 01:51 PM
        Typed CPU registerEduardoS04/17/15 03:10 PM
    Typed CPU registerDavid Hess04/16/15 05:46 PM
      Typed CPU registerEduardoS04/16/15 05:56 PM
      Typed CPU registerBrett04/16/15 06:13 PM
        Typed CPU registerEduardoS04/16/15 07:21 PM
          Typed CPU registerBrett04/16/15 07:50 PM
        Typed CPU registerHugo Décharnes04/17/15 10:01 AM
      Typed CPU registerSeni04/17/15 01:07 AM
    Typed CPU registerEtienne04/17/15 03:37 AM
  Typed CPU registerSymmetry04/16/15 06:22 PM
    Typed CPU registerDavid Kanter04/16/15 11:00 PM
Load hit speculationHugo Décharnes04/15/15 01:42 PM
  Load hit speculationExophase04/15/15 04:04 PM
    Load hit speculationHugo Décharnes04/16/15 12:10 AM
Transistor countPer Hesselgren04/14/15 12:04 PM
  Transistor countAlberto04/14/15 01:12 PM
« Academic (thought) exercises are usefulPaul A. Clayton04/18/15 12:21 PM
« One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.pgerassi04/15/15 04:55 PM
      One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.Exophase04/15/15 07:20 PM
        One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.pgerassi04/16/15 08:41 PM
          One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.Exophase04/16/15 10:25 PM
      One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.incorrector04/15/15 07:42 PM
        One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.pgerassi04/16/15 11:40 PM
          One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.dmcq04/17/15 05:10 AM
            One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.pgerassi04/18/15 08:48 AM
              One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.dmcq04/18/15 10:11 AM
          One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.incorrector04/17/15 03:47 PM
            One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.pgerassi04/18/15 12:36 PM
« One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.David Hess04/14/15 08:46 PM
      One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.Exophase04/15/15 10:51 AM
« One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.Patrick Chase04/14/15 05:57 PM
« One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.David Hess04/15/15 09:26 AM
« One would build an ARM2 and cream all these CISCs.David Ball04/14/15 11:18 AM
« Pointless...anon04/14/15 10:47 PM
      Pointless...Michael S04/15/15 01:44 AM
        Pointless...Simon Farnsworth04/15/15 02:53 AM
          VLE has no place in a high end CPU designBrett04/18/15 12:07 AM
            VLE has no place in a high end CPU designnone04/18/15 03:56 AM
              VLE has no place in a high end CPU designanon04/18/15 05:58 AM
              VLE has no place in a high end CPU designBrett04/18/15 12:39 PM
                VLE has no place in a high end CPU designRonald Maas04/18/15 02:21 PM
                  VLE has no place in a high end CPU designBrett04/18/15 10:10 PM
                    VLE has no place in a high end CPU designExophase04/18/15 11:44 PM
                    VLE has no place in a high end CPU designsylt04/19/15 01:34 AM
                      VLE has no place in a high end CPU designRicardo B04/19/15 04:14 AM
                VLE has no place in a high end CPU designanon04/18/15 07:07 PM
            VLE for higher end processorsPaul A. Clayton04/18/15 12:21 PM
              VLE for higher end processorsRicardo B04/19/15 04:58 AM
                VLE for higher end processorsMichael S04/19/15 05:59 AM
              VLE for higher end processorsanon04/19/15 06:15 AM
                VLE for higher end processorsdmcq04/19/15 06:38 AM
          don't think ARM64 VLE would be worth doingAn0n04/18/15 06:18 AM
        Pointless...anon04/15/15 03:42 AM
          Pointless...Michael S04/15/15 05:29 AM
            Pointless...anon04/15/15 09:16 AM
              Pointless...Gabriele Svelto04/16/15 07:56 AM
                Pointless...Maynard Handley04/16/15 12:19 PM
                  Pointless...Gabriele Svelto04/16/15 01:35 PM
                Pointless...anon04/16/15 05:30 PM
                  Pointless...Gabriele Svelto04/16/15 09:10 PM
                    Pointless...anon04/16/15 10:09 PM
                      Pointless...anon04/16/15 10:10 PM
                      Pointless...Gabriele Svelto04/17/15 03:29 AM
                        Pointless...anon04/17/15 04:17 AM
                          Pointless...anon04/17/15 04:36 AM
            Pointless...Maynard Handley04/15/15 04:37 PM
              Pointless...Michael S04/16/15 01:18 AM
                Pointless...dmcq04/16/15 04:23 AM
                  Pointless...anon04/16/15 09:00 AM
            Pointless...Gabriele Svelto04/16/15 07:51 AM
            Variable register countPaul A. Clayton04/18/15 12:21 PM
          Pointless...noko04/15/15 12:18 PM
            Pointless...Exophase04/15/15 12:28 PM
« Older CPU chips and cachesDavid Ball04/14/15 11:35 AM
      Older CPU chips and cachesExophase04/14/15 11:49 AM
        Older CPU chips and cachesDavid Hess04/14/15 04:22 PM
          Older CPU chips and cachesrwessel04/14/15 05:29 PM
            Older CPU chips and cachesDavid Hess04/14/15 08:52 PM
« The 8086 was successful because it was crapBrett04/14/15 11:04 PM
      The 8086 was successful because it was crapExophase04/14/15 11:25 PM
        The 8086 was successful because it was crapdmcq04/15/15 05:07 AM
          The 8086 was successful because it was crapincorrector04/15/15 08:14 AM
            The 8086 was successful because it was crapExophase04/15/15 08:23 AM
            The 8086 was successful because it was crapdmcq04/15/15 08:32 AM
            Stanford MIPS (1981) vs commercial R2000 MIPS (1986)Mark Roulo04/15/15 08:35 AM
              Stanford MIPS (1981) vs commercial R2000 MIPS (1986)incorrector04/15/15 08:54 AM
                Stanford MIPS (1981) vs commercial R2000 MIPS (1986)dmcq04/15/15 09:08 AM
          The 8086 was successful because it was crapMegol04/15/15 08:17 AM
            The 8086 was successful because it was crapincorrector04/15/15 09:07 AM
              The 8086 was successful because it was crapincorrector04/15/15 09:16 AM
        The 8086 was successful because it was crapDavid Hess04/15/15 09:04 AM
          The 8086 was successful because it was crapExophase04/15/15 10:07 AM
      It might help more if facts and history backed you up.Mark Roulo04/15/15 07:17 AM
        It might help more if facts and history backed you up.David Hess04/15/15 09:12 AM
        It might help more if facts and history backed you up.Brett04/15/15 01:56 PM
          It might help more if facts and history backed you up.rwessel04/15/15 04:45 PM
          It might help more if facts and history backed you up.Tim McCaffrey04/15/15 04:48 PM
            It might help more if facts and history backed you up.Brett04/15/15 07:10 PM
              It might help more if facts and history backed you up.Tim McCaffrey04/16/15 11:19 AM
                IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Mark Roulo04/16/15 01:23 PM
                  IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Tim McCaffrey04/16/15 02:06 PM
                    IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987rwessel04/16/15 03:49 PM
                    IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Maynard Handley04/16/15 05:09 PM
                      IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Ricardo B04/17/15 09:18 AM
                        IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987David Hess04/17/15 12:32 PM
                          IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Ricardo B04/17/15 12:58 PM
                            IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Maynard Handley04/17/15 01:12 PM
                              IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Ricardo B04/17/15 02:33 PM
                                IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Maynard Handley04/17/15 05:05 PM
                                  IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Ricardo B04/17/15 05:42 PM
                  IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987David Hess04/16/15 06:08 PM
                  IBM, 80386 introduction and other events of 1987Anon04/18/15 03:48 AM
      The 8086 was successful because it was crapDavid Hess04/15/15 08:53 AM
        The 8086 was successful because it was crapcoppice04/15/15 10:29 AM
          The 8086 was successful because it was crapDavid Hess04/17/15 02:19 PM
        8088 over 68000 for IBM PCMark Roulo04/15/15 11:47 AM
          8088 over 68000 for IBM PCTim McCaffrey04/15/15 12:57 PM
            8088 over 68000 for IBM PCrwessel04/15/15 04:57 PM
          8088 over 68000 for IBM PCrwessel04/15/15 05:10 PM
« Pointless...TREZA04/14/15 12:38 PM
« The 68020 I$ was basically a Dhrystone boosterSteve04/14/15 07:14 AM
      The 68020 I$ was basically a Dhrystone boostersomeone04/14/15 08:27 AM
      The 68020 I$ was basically a Dhrystone boostercoppice04/14/15 09:00 PM
« Maybe more generic than that...Jouni Osmala04/14/15 02:45 PM
      Maybe more generic than that...Exophase04/14/15 03:50 PM
      Maybe more generic than that...Gabriele Svelto04/15/15 11:52 AM
      Maybe more generic than that...rwessel04/15/15 04:59 PM
        Maybe more generic than that...Michael S04/16/15 01:26 AM
          Maybe more generic than that...rwessel04/16/15 01:56 AM
« The 68020 I$ was basically a Dhrystone boosterMaynard Handley04/14/15 09:37 PM
      The 68020 I$ was basically a Dhrystone boostergallier204/16/15 04:41 AM
        The 68020 I$ was basically a Dhrystone boosterSteve04/16/15 07:56 AM
          The 68020 I$ was basically a Dhrystone boostergallier204/16/15 08:53 AM
« Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsPatrick Chase04/14/15 11:22 AM
      Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsincorrector04/15/15 03:37 AM
        Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsDavid Hess04/15/15 09:15 AM
          Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsincorrector04/15/15 10:30 AM
        Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsPatrick Chase04/16/15 08:05 PM
          Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsdmcq04/17/15 04:49 AM
            Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsPatrick Chase04/17/15 12:36 PM
              Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsdmcq04/17/15 03:05 PM
                Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsRicardo B04/17/15 03:08 PM
                  Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsdmcq04/17/15 04:34 PM
                Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsPatrick Chase04/17/15 07:43 PM
                  Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsdmcq04/18/15 05:08 AM
                    load store multipleanonx04/18/15 06:37 AM
              Modern COMPILERS - classic transistor budgetsincorrector04/17/15 03:30 PM
« Modern thinking - classic transistor budgetsKevin G04/17/15 08:14 AM
      Modern thinking - classic transistor budgetsgallier204/17/15 09:57 AM
        Modern thinking - classic transistor budgetsKevin G04/18/15 08:10 AM
          Modern thinking - classic transistor budgetsDavid Hess04/18/15 09:59 AM
            Modern thinking - classic transistor budgetsMatt Sayler04/18/15 02:40 PM
              Modern thinking - classic transistor budgetsDavid Hess04/18/15 06:22 PM
« C# programming jobs are sometimes for MS-WindowsDavid Ball04/15/15 12:11 AM
« CPU core voltages on Exynos 7420Klimax04/14/15 07:13 AM
      page 282 does NOT say that Atom can run at 1.2 GHz at 0.4VHeikki Kultala04/14/15 07:56 AM
        Are you sure???Alberto04/14/15 08:50 AM
          cpu-z is not a voltage meterHeikki Kultala04/15/15 07:15 AM
      CPU core voltages on Exynos 7420Exophase04/14/15 07:56 AM
        CPU core voltages on Exynos 7420Alberto04/14/15 09:02 AM
          CPU core voltages on Exynos 7420Exophase04/14/15 09:41 AM
            CPU core voltages on Exynos 7420Alberto04/14/15 09:55 AM
              CPU core voltages on Exynos 7420Exophase04/14/15 10:07 AM
                CPU core voltages on Exynos 7420Exophase04/14/15 10:24 AM