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Xeon D Alberto11/28/14 11:58 AM
GCN's CUGallus Anonymus11/25/14 12:51 PM
  GCN's CUHeikki Kultala11/25/14 02:36 PM
  GCN's CUpTmd11/27/14 12:44 AM
What is Intel's Quick Sync Strategy re Xeon?joema411/25/14 09:45 AM
  What is Intel's Quick Sync Strategy re Xeon?David Kanter11/25/14 09:53 AM
  Quick Sync is on Xeon E3Wouter Tinus11/25/14 10:02 AM
    Quick Sync is on Xeon E3joema411/25/14 10:49 AM
      Quick Sync is on Xeon E3Klimax11/25/14 10:56 AM
        Quick Sync is on Xeon E3joema411/25/14 11:58 AM
      Quick Sync is on Xeon E3Another user11/25/14 12:18 PM
        Quick Sync is on Xeon E3joema411/25/14 02:19 PM
  What is Intel's Quick Sync Strategy re Xeon?Wes Felter11/25/14 10:29 AM
  Micro-server style video transcoding offload and physical hosted desktopDaniel B11/25/14 12:30 PM
Samsung won again the race for Apple SOCs supply ?Alberto11/25/14 06:19 AM
  Samsung won again the race for Apple SOCs supply ?Doug S11/25/14 10:10 AM
  Samsung won again the race for Apple SOCs supply ?Maynard Handley11/25/14 11:45 AM
    Please try to improve SNRDavid Kanter11/25/14 01:31 PM
      Please try to improve SNRMaynard Handley11/25/14 05:03 PM
        Please try to improve SNRDavid Kanter11/26/14 06:14 PM
          Please try to improve SNRDoug S11/27/14 12:49 AM
            Please try to improve SNRMichael S11/27/14 02:09 AM
              Please try to improve SNRDoug S11/27/14 03:37 PM
                Please try to improve SNRMichael S11/27/14 04:14 PM
                  Please try to improve SNRRob Thorpe11/27/14 05:12 PM
          Please try to improve SNRPurana Archer11/28/14 05:27 AM
            Getting a grip on SamsungDavid Kanter11/28/14 10:54 AM
      Please try to improve SNRcoppice11/25/14 08:23 PM
        Please try to improve SNRMichael S11/26/14 09:14 AM
          Please try to improve SNRcoppice11/26/14 09:44 PM
    Samsung won again the race for Apple SOCs supply ?Dan Fay11/25/14 02:51 PM
      Samsung won again the race for Apple SOCs supply ?Doug S11/25/14 03:15 PM
« Quark roadmapdmsc11/23/14 06:47 PM
      Quark roadmapMichael S11/24/14 02:09 AM
« Quark roadmap - still 486!?!Gabriele Svelto11/24/14 02:03 AM
« Quark roadmap - still 486!?!Tim McCaffrey11/24/14 11:33 AM
      Quark roadmap - still 486!?!Linus Torvalds11/24/14 05:28 PM
        Quark roadmap - still 486!?!Exophase11/24/14 06:44 PM
          Quark roadmap - still 486!?!Michael S11/25/14 01:47 AM
            Quark roadmap - still 486!?!Exophase11/25/14 08:15 AM
              Quark roadmap - still 486!?!Michael S11/25/14 08:37 AM
          What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Maxwell11/25/14 05:26 AM
            What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Exophase11/25/14 08:22 AM
            What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Anon11/25/14 08:22 AM
              What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Michael S11/25/14 08:40 AM
            What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Wes Felter11/25/14 12:26 PM
              What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Yoav11/26/14 12:50 AM
                What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?anon11/26/14 02:31 AM
                What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?coppice11/26/14 04:14 AM
              What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?slacker11/26/14 04:09 AM
                What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?nksingh11/26/14 04:38 PM
          What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Ronald Maas11/26/14 09:39 PM
            What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?rwessel11/26/14 10:22 PM
              What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Ronald Maas11/27/14 08:04 PM
                What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?rwessel11/28/14 02:17 AM
                What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Gabriele Svelto11/28/14 06:28 AM
              What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?Exophase11/27/14 09:25 PM
              Not an x86 for PCUDavid Kanter11/28/14 01:13 AM
                Not an x86 for PCUanonali11/28/14 04:41 AM
                  Not an x86 for PCUJames11/28/14 06:49 AM
            What is Intel's "power control unit" CPU?James11/28/14 06:48 AM
« Quark roadmap - still 486!?!Exophase11/24/14 11:46 AM
« Quark roadmapMichael S11/24/14 03:15 AM
« Sign extending immediates for logical opsGabriele Svelto11/24/14 02:09 AM
« [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?incorrector11/23/14 05:32 PM
      [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Hugo Décharnes11/24/14 02:52 AM
        [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?dmcq11/24/14 05:50 AM
          [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Hugo Décharnes11/24/14 06:27 AM
        [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?incorrector11/24/14 05:38 PM
          [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Hugo Décharnes11/25/14 02:20 AM
            [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?dmcq11/25/14 06:07 AM
              [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Hugo Décharnes11/25/14 07:00 AM
                Variable length is fine...David Kanter11/25/14 09:37 AM
                  Variable length is fine...incorrector11/25/14 10:06 AM
                    Variable length is fine...Hugo Décharnes11/25/14 11:28 AM
                      Variable length is fine...incorrector11/25/14 01:02 PM
                        Variable length is fine...Hugo Décharnes11/25/14 02:48 PM
                          Variable length is fine...incorrector11/25/14 06:08 PM
                            Variable length is fine...Hugo Décharnes11/26/14 06:41 AM
                              Variable length is fine...incorrector11/26/14 09:43 PM
                                Variable length is fine...Hugo Décharnes11/27/14 03:10 PM
                        IBM RT-PC (ROMP) : Arguably (!) the first commercial RISC, had variable instruction lenght ;-) (NT)TREZA11/25/14 03:47 PM
                          Arguably first, arguably commercial or arguably RISC? (NT)Michael S11/26/14 09:03 AM
                            Arguably first, arguably commercial or arguably RISC?TREZA11/26/14 02:59 PM
                            Arguably first, arguably commercial or arguably RISC?incorrector11/26/14 09:36 PM
                              Bitsavers has some information on ROMPPaul A. Clayton11/27/14 04:29 AM
                            Arguably first, arguably commercial or arguably RISC?Patrick Chase11/26/14 10:47 PM
                              Arguably first, arguably commercial or arguably RISC?coppice11/27/14 12:03 AM
                                Really Invented by Seymour Cray (RISC) (NT)Jouni Osmala11/27/14 12:32 AM
                                  Really Invented by Seymour Cray (RISC)Patrick Chase11/27/14 05:20 PM
                                Variable Length Instructions againgRob Thorpe11/27/14 07:52 PM
                                  Variable Length Instructions againgTim McCaffrey11/27/14 11:05 PM
                                    Variable Length Instructions againgrwessel11/28/14 02:11 AM
                                      Variable Length Instructions againgSymmetry11/28/14 06:00 AM
                                        Variable Length Instructions againgrwessel11/28/14 11:03 AM
                                  Variable Length Instructions againgRicardo B11/28/14 03:54 AM
                [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Maynard Handley11/25/14 11:53 AM
                [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Ronald Maas11/26/14 12:42 AM
                  [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Hugo Décharnes11/26/14 06:02 AM
                    [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Ronald Maas11/26/14 08:12 AM
                      [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Hugo Décharnes11/26/14 10:11 AM
                    [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Exophase11/26/14 08:18 AM
                      [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Hugo Décharnes11/26/14 03:06 PM
                        [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Exophase11/27/14 09:41 PM
                25% of additional cache capacity OR 100%-300% additional cache capacity?Jouni Osmala11/27/14 02:10 AM
                  25% of additional cache capacity OR 100%-300% additional cache capacity?Hugo Décharnes11/27/14 06:28 AM
                    You missed my point completely.Jouni Osmala11/27/14 08:26 AM
                      You missed my point completely.Hugo Décharnes11/27/14 02:16 PM
                        You missed my point completely.Jouni Osmala11/27/14 03:39 PM
                    25% of additional cache capacity OR 100%-300% additional cache capacity?anon11/28/14 03:14 AM
                      25% of additional cache capacity OR 100%-300% additional cache capacity?Jouni Osmala11/28/14 06:07 AM
                        25% of additional cache capacity OR 100%-300% additional cache capacity?anon11/28/14 07:42 AM
                      Fujitsu used VLE (for SPARC64 VIIIfx)Paul A. Clayton11/28/14 06:07 AM
                        Fujitsu used VLE (for SPARC64 VIIIfx)anon11/28/14 07:28 AM
                        Fujitsu used VLE (for SPARC64 VIIIfx)TREZA11/28/14 01:35 PM
« [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Etienne11/24/14 07:43 AM
      [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?NoSpammer11/24/14 04:01 PM
      [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?rwessel11/24/14 04:52 PM
      [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Ricardo B11/25/14 03:15 PM
        [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Etienne11/26/14 03:37 AM
          [LONG ☹] How could MIPS have been better?Ricardo B11/26/14 02:28 PM
« Intel Investor meeting 2014Gabriele Svelto11/24/14 02:24 AM
« Multilayer NANDGroo11/24/14 08:23 PM
      Multilayer NANDMaynard Handley11/25/14 06:05 PM
        Multilayer NANDtarlinian11/25/14 07:18 PM
          Multilayer NANDMaynard Handley11/25/14 09:32 PM
          Multilayer NANDGroo11/26/14 09:39 AM
            Multilayer NANDDoug S11/26/14 10:46 AM
              Only if...David Kanter11/26/14 11:44 AM
                Only if...Doug S11/26/14 11:54 AM
                Only if...G11/26/14 02:58 PM
                  Only if...David Kanter11/26/14 06:19 PM
                    Only if...Groo11/27/14 03:27 PM
                      VNAND analysisDavid Kanter11/28/14 01:24 AM
              Multilayer NANDGroo11/26/14 03:07 PM
                Multilayer NANDanonymou511/26/14 07:24 PM
                  Multilayer NANDGroo11/27/14 03:24 PM
            Multilayer NANDDavid Kanter11/26/14 11:41 AM
              Multilayer NANDNoSpammer11/26/14 12:35 PM
                Does redundancy-based endurance have equal cost?Paul A. Clayton11/26/14 01:24 PM
                  Does redundancy-based endurance have equal cost?NoSpammer11/27/14 02:40 PM
                    Does redundancy-based endurance have equal cost?Aaron Spink11/28/14 04:33 AM
                      Thanks (NoSpammer & Aaron Spink) for data (NT)Paul A. Clayton11/28/14 05:09 AM
                      Does redundancy-based endurance have equal cost?NoSpammer11/28/14 05:31 AM
                        Does redundancy-based endurance have equal cost?GiGNiC11/28/14 06:43 AM
                          Does redundancy-based endurance have equal cost?NoSpammer11/28/14 12:59 PM
« Multilayer NANDMaxwell11/26/14 03:48 AM
      Multilayer NANDDoug S11/26/14 11:50 AM
« Intel Investor meeting 2014juanrga11/24/14 03:35 PM
« Excavator core sizeMaynard Handley11/23/14 08:56 PM
      Excavator core sizeHeikki Kultala11/23/14 10:16 PM
        Excavator core sizeMaynard Handley11/24/14 11:26 AM
          Excavator core sizeKlimax11/24/14 12:37 PM
            Excavator core sizeMaynard Handley11/24/14 05:27 PM
              Excavator core sizeKlimax11/24/14 11:00 PM
              Excavator core sizeMichael S11/25/14 02:46 AM
                Excavator core sizeKlimax11/25/14 03:10 AM
            Excavator core sizeMichael S11/25/14 02:44 AM
              Excavator core sizeKlimax11/25/14 03:11 AM
          Excavator core sizeMichael S11/25/14 10:39 AM
          Excavator core sizeJukka Larja11/25/14 11:47 AM
            Excavator core sizeGabriele Svelto11/26/14 02:41 PM
      Excavator core sizeSalvatore De Dominicis11/24/14 07:21 AM
      Excavator core sizeJukka Larja11/24/14 10:39 AM
« ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Yuhong Bao11/23/14 04:29 PM
« ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Ricardo B11/23/14 05:05 PM
« ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Linus Torvalds11/23/14 04:58 PM
      ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Yuhong Bao11/23/14 05:19 PM
        ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Patrick Chase11/24/14 12:51 PM
          ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Yuhong Bao11/24/14 06:23 PM
            ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Doug S11/24/14 08:51 PM
              ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Yuhong Bao11/25/14 06:11 PM
              ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Patrick Chase11/25/14 07:52 PM
                ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Linus Torvalds11/25/14 11:04 PM
                  ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Patrick Chase11/26/14 06:47 PM
                    ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Doug S11/27/14 01:04 AM
                      ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Maynard Handley11/27/14 11:26 AM
                      ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?NoSpammer11/27/14 01:07 PM
« ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Yuhong Bao11/23/14 05:37 PM
« ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Tim McCaffrey11/23/14 09:01 PM
      ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Exophase11/23/14 09:41 PM
        ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?gallier211/24/14 12:20 AM
          ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Exophase11/24/14 01:07 AM
            ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Exophase11/24/14 01:11 AM
            ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?gallier211/24/14 03:14 AM
            ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Linus Torvalds11/24/14 10:53 AM
              ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Exophase11/24/14 11:56 AM
                ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Patrick Chase11/26/14 11:37 AM
                  ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?coppice11/26/14 06:45 PM
      ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?incorrector11/24/14 02:39 AM
        ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Michael S11/24/14 02:58 AM
          ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?incorrector11/24/14 05:03 AM
        ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?Tim McCaffrey11/24/14 11:48 AM
          ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?incorrector11/24/14 04:58 PM
« ARM2 vs 8088 or 80386?_Arthur11/24/14 09:37 AM
« What I hope is only a slight tangentTerry A Gray11/23/14 03:42 PM
« VAX could of made it...Jouni Osmala11/24/14 07:46 AM
      VAX could HAVE made it...gallier211/24/14 08:26 AM
      John Mashey has a comp.arch post that is relevant (maybe)Mark Roulo11/24/14 04:17 PM
        John Mashey has a comp.arch post that is relevant (maybe)Mark Rouo11/24/14 04:21 PM
        John Mashey has a comp.arch post that is relevant (maybe)Linus Torvalds11/24/14 06:17 PM
          Can you survive waiting for enough resources to build a fast VAX?Mark Roulo11/24/14 06:42 PM
            Can you survive waiting for enough resources to build a fast VAX?Michael S11/25/14 02:08 AM
            Can you survive waiting for enough resources to build a fast VAX?Yuhong Bao11/25/14 10:12 PM
              Can you survive waiting for enough resources to build a fast VAX?Michael S11/26/14 09:02 AM
          Another bump in complexity...David Kanter11/25/14 11:02 AM
            Another bump in complexity...Peter Lund11/27/14 12:51 PM
          John Mashey has a comp.arch post that is relevant (maybe)Ricardo B11/25/14 04:34 PM
            John Mashey has a comp.arch post that is relevant (maybe)Peter Lund11/27/14 12:48 PM
              John Mashey has a comp.arch post that is relevant (maybe)Peter Lund11/27/14 12:56 PM
              John Mashey has a comp.arch post that is relevant (maybe)Ricardo B11/27/14 04:04 PM
« There he goes again on his favorite hobby horseRonald Maas11/24/14 07:13 PM
      There he goes again on his favorite hobby horserwessel11/24/14 11:48 PM
        There he goes again on his favorite hobby horsePeter Lund11/27/14 01:10 PM
          There he goes again on his favorite hobby horserwessel11/28/14 01:52 AM
          68k line decoding and opcodesBrett11/28/14 10:42 AM
      Make RISCY case fast CISCY case slow implementationJouni Osmala11/25/14 04:40 AM
        Make RISCY case fast CISCY case slow implementationPeter Lund11/27/14 01:13 PM
      There he goes again on his favorite hobby horsePeter Lund11/27/14 01:03 PM