Mill made more sense in 2003

By: RichardC (tich.delete@this.pobox.com), April 19, 2017 1:22 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
Megol (golem960.delete@this.gmail.com) on April 19, 2017 10:02 am wrote:

> For your claim to be correct there have to be new revolutionary physics involved that can make
> O(n^2) structures scale like O(n). Because the other optimizations that are used can also be
> used in a processor that doesn't use OoO execution - only making them more efficient.

No. My claim isn't about scaling with n - it's about the absolute power consumption in current
chips, and whether the parts of the power consumption that the Mill claims to eliminate or
reduce really add up to a large percentage, on the kind of code that the Mill appears to be
suited to.

> The Mill attempts to remove explicit register files, expose the bypass networks. That alone
> (if it works) will reduce power consumption for data delivery.

Removing *explicit* register files isn't the same as removing the power consumption of physical
register files. The idea that static scheduling will magically make everything appear in the right
place at the right time without ever needing any registers is - well, I spent 12 years working
on Ikos/Mentor's fpga-based simulator which was a refrigerator-sized box full of fpgas running
a completely static-scheduled model, and you end up needing a heck of a lot of registers all over
the place to make it work - so I'm not buying that justification. Plus the global static scheduling
problem was decidedly time-consuming.

> There are no instruction schedulers,
> ROB or load-store queues of the type used in OoO processors.

If it doesn't have load-store queues, it's doomed. The memory hierarchy isn't what it used to
be in 1990, and the Mill is going to have to deal with that if it ever gets into hardware.

> There are chances that the cache
> design will reduce power too, however the public details aren't enough to tell ATM. Branch prediction
> is claimed to be simplified as it uses exit prediction of larger blocks.

I'll bet $20 that "simpler" ends up meaning "worse", and bad predictions are going to hurt a lot.

> Now it is reasonable to be skeptical to the claims about the Mill (as history have shown that even enthusiastic
> and skilled designers with a lot of cash available can fail to make statically scheduled high-ILP designs work
> well in practice) but the reality is that standard processors aren't efficient. They are more efficient than
> designs not geared towards power consumption, sure, but the fundamental limits are still there.

I think that's only true if you ignore the long-known reality that most of computing is about
moving data around and storing it, not processing it. The supposed "inefficiency" of an OoO
cpu is about taking care to get the right data to the right place as early as possible subject
to dependencies and resource constraints. And the alternative is to *not* get the right data to
the right place as early as possible, which might well use less power, but also translates
directly to running slower.

The gearbox in my minivan is "inefficient", in that it "wastes" some power. But if you take it
out and connect the engine direct to the wheels, you don't get a faster car. It's necessary,
and there isn't a better alternative (yet).
>
> > And the evolution of core clockspeeds and DRAM latency has made MLP
> > more important than in 2003 - and it seems fairly clear that OoO can
> > give moe MLP across a wider range of code than the static-scheduled Mill.
>
> Why? Standard OoO processors are actually not especially MLP friendly, they aren't designed to be.

Yes they are. They will issue multiple memory loads as early as possible, and even speculatively,
given a considerable amount of MLP even in code which hasn't been carefully written to give MLP.
>
> > > Even modern power-optimized processors expend a lot of power for doing calculations using very
> > > little power. Whether the Mill can change that is unclear but at least they are trying.
> >
> > I'm very skeptical about whether that's true. If you're using SIMD fused-multiply-add
> > on AVX2, you're getting 16 single-precision FLOPS for each instruction's worth of
> > OoO gizmology, and I'd expect the power usage relating to renaming and other OoO
> > stuff is insignificant. If it's AVX-512, then that's 32 SP FLOPS.
>
> Of course it is true. The majority of power is wasted on overheads that comes from all direction,
> doing a floating point operation is cheap power wise - feeding the FP unit isn't.

But it isn't "overhead" to be storing data in fast memory close to the FPU (whether you call it
"registers" or "scratchpad") and/or loading operands from memory and storing results somewhere,
all of which are essential to doing an FP calculation, and will be reproduced in some very
similar form in the Mill.

> And you think that the overheads suddenly evaporate when running AVX2 code? Only
> the instruction fetch and scheduling overheads are reduced while data feed overheads
> are increased in addition to the consumption of the extra FP units.

Yes, but the data movement is an unavoidable part of doing the computation, and the Mill
doesn't make that any easier or more efficient. In cranking-hard AVX2 code, the power usage
related to the OoO bookkeeping for register renaming and ROB is small compared to the power
used in (unavoidably) moving data to/from the SIMD fpu's, doing the operations, and moving
data back. Because you've got a heck of a lot of data, and a heck of a lot of FLOPS, for each
instruction and for each register.

Hypothetically, if the OoO gizmology was costing you 80% of power on non-SIMD 64bit code,
then on AVX-512 code the ratio would go from 80:20 to 80:160, and the OoO stuff would only be
33% of the power. [But I bet it wasn't as high as 80% to start with].


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                                                                      fractional bitsanon04/17/17 02:29 PM
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                                                              fractional bitsanon04/16/17 05:31 PM
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                        RISC *was* science, not religionAdrian04/05/17 02:24 PM
                      RISC *was* science, not religiongallier204/06/17 12:33 AM
                        RISC *was* science, not religionRonald Maas04/08/17 09:07 AM
                    RISC *was* science, not religionJohn Yates04/05/17 03:39 PM
                      RISC *was* science, not religionRichardC04/07/17 03:30 PM
                        RISC *was* science, not religionwumpus04/08/17 08:41 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionLinus Torvalds04/08/17 11:43 AM
                            RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/08/17 08:53 PM
                              RISC *was* science, not religionLinus Torvalds04/09/17 08:52 AM
                            VAX/VMS compatibilityRichardC04/09/17 07:54 AM
                              VAX/VMS compatibilityIreland04/09/17 08:19 AM
                              VAX/VMS compatibilityMichael S04/09/17 08:20 AM
                                VAX/VMS compatibilityRichardC04/09/17 08:32 AM
                                  VAX/VMS compatibilitydmcq04/09/17 08:47 AM
                                    I suppose, you are only familiar with British mainfraimes (NT)Michael S04/09/17 08:55 AM
                                      I suppose, you are only familiar with British mainfraimesdmcq04/09/17 05:12 PM
                                    VAX/VMS compatibilityIreland04/09/17 09:08 AM
                                    VAX/VMS compatibilityrwessel04/09/17 09:51 AM
                                      VAX/VMS compatibilityIreland04/09/17 12:35 PM
                                        VAX/VMS compatibilityanon04/09/17 06:24 PM
                                          VAX/VMS compatibilityIreland04/09/17 06:47 PM
                                            VAX/VMS compatibilityanon04/09/17 07:29 PM
                                              VAX/VMS compatibilityIreland04/09/17 07:43 PM
                                              Ireland = AI botanonymou504/10/17 05:21 AM
                                                That joke is getting old (NT)Anon04/11/17 01:23 AM
                                                  It isn't 100% a joke.Mark Roulo04/11/17 07:13 AM
                                                    It isn't 100% a joke.Michael_S04/11/17 10:19 AM
                                                      It isn't 100% a joke.Ireland04/11/17 10:48 AM
                                                      It isn't 100% a joke.anonymou504/12/17 09:40 PM
                                                    It isn't 100% a joke.Dan Downs04/11/17 04:05 PM
                                                      Shaka, when the walls fell (NT)Darmok04/12/17 12:19 AM
                                                      It isn't 100% a joke.Brendan04/13/17 05:34 AM
                                                        Can Someone Fix "Greater Than/Less Than" Handling Bugs??Brendan04/13/17 05:38 AM
                                                          6th decadeMichael S04/13/17 06:34 AM
                                                            6th decadeIreland04/13/17 10:17 AM
                                                        It isn't 100% a joke.Gabriele Svelto04/15/17 08:14 AM
                                                          It isn't 100% a joke.dmcq04/16/17 05:09 AM
                                                            It isn't 100% a joke.Brendan04/16/17 03:01 PM
                                                              The less loquacious left it alone (NT)Anon04/18/17 12:49 AM
                                                To Wit, many here..John H04/12/17 11:40 AM
                                                  To Wit, many here..Ireland04/12/17 11:54 AM
                                      VAX/VMS compatibilitydmcq04/09/17 05:02 PM
                                        VAX/VMS compatibilityIreland04/09/17 05:19 PM
                                        VAX/VMS compatibilityrwessel04/09/17 10:20 PM
                                          VAX/VMS compatibilitywumpus04/10/17 06:14 AM
                                            VAX/VMS compatibilityrwessel04/10/17 08:10 AM
                                            VAX/VMS compatibilitydmcq04/10/17 10:11 AM
                                          VAX/VMS compatibilityJohn Yates04/12/17 07:42 PM
                                            VAX/VMS compatibilityrwessel04/12/17 09:19 PM
                                    VAX/VMS compatibilityJohn Yates04/12/17 09:41 PM
                                      VAX/VMS development - thank you, JohnMichael S04/13/17 04:54 AM
                                        VAX/VMS development - thank you, JohnRob Thorpe04/14/17 08:19 AM
                                          VAX/VMS development - thank you, JohnJohn Yates04/14/17 04:20 PM
                                      VAX/VMS compatibilitydmcq04/13/17 06:23 AM
                        RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/08/17 11:04 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/08/17 12:01 PM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionwumpus04/08/17 05:57 PM
                            RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/09/17 10:49 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/09/17 04:15 PM
                            RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/09/17 11:07 PM
                              RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/10/17 02:17 AM
                                RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/10/17 09:01 AM
                                  RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/10/17 11:27 AM
                                    RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/10/17 03:25 PM
                                      RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/10/17 05:12 PM
                                        RISC *was* science, not religionanon.104/10/17 10:54 PM
                                          RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/11/17 03:14 AM
                                            RISC *was* science, not religiondmcq04/11/17 03:44 AM
                                            RISC *was* science, not religionanon.104/11/17 09:03 AM
                                              RISC *was* science, not religionWilco04/11/17 02:04 PM
                                                RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/11/17 09:07 PM
                                              RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/11/17 02:15 PM
                                                RISC *was* science, not religionrwessel04/11/17 05:38 PM
                                                RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/11/17 08:36 PM
                                                  RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/12/17 02:01 AM
                                                  RISC *was* science, not religionGabriele Svelto04/12/17 02:38 AM
                                                  RISC *was* science, not religionTravis04/12/17 12:20 PM
                                                RISC *was* science, not religionanon.104/11/17 10:54 PM
                                                  RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/12/17 01:52 AM
                                                  RISC *was* science, not religiondmcq04/12/17 04:27 AM
                                                    RISC *was* science, not religionanon.104/12/17 08:43 AM
                                                      RISC *was* science, not religionanon.104/12/17 11:03 AM
                                              RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/11/17 02:32 PM
                                                RISC *was* science, not religionanon.104/11/17 10:45 PM
                                                  RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/12/17 10:07 AM
                                                RISC *was* science, not religiongpd04/12/17 02:31 AM
                                                  RISC *was* science, not religionTravis04/12/17 11:16 AM
                                                    RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/12/17 11:27 AM
                                                      RISC *was* science, not religionTravis04/12/17 12:02 PM
                                                        RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/12/17 12:46 PM
                                                          RISC *was* science, not religionTravis04/12/17 03:41 PM
                                                RISC *was* science, not religionTravis04/12/17 11:33 AM
                                                  RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/12/17 12:56 PM
                                                    RISC *was* science, not religionTravis04/12/17 04:22 PM
                                            RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/11/17 12:08 PM
                                        RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/11/17 02:10 AM
                                          RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/11/17 03:28 AM
                                            RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/11/17 04:46 AM
                                              RISC *was* science, not religionmatthew04/11/17 08:59 AM
                                                RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/11/17 01:28 PM
                                        RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/11/17 11:41 AM
                                    RISC *was* science, not religionanon.104/10/17 08:03 PM
                                      RISC *was* science, not religionRicardo B04/11/17 03:47 AM
              RISC *was* science, not religionbakaneko04/03/17 11:45 PM
                RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/04/17 01:45 AM
                  RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/04/17 09:30 AM
                  RISC *was* science, not religiondmcq04/04/17 09:43 AM
              RISC *was* science, not religionDavid Hess04/05/17 02:18 AM
                RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/05/17 04:02 AM
            RISC *was* science, not religionDavid Hess04/05/17 01:54 AM
              RISC *was* science, not religionRichardC04/05/17 04:31 AM
                ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Heikki Kultala04/05/17 05:23 AM
                  ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?dmcq04/05/17 07:34 AM
                    MIPS condition evaluation?Heikki Kultala04/05/17 08:28 AM
                      MIPS condition evaluation?Michael S04/05/17 10:28 AM
                        MIPS condition evaluation?Heikki Kultala04/05/17 10:55 AM
                          MIPS condition evaluation?Michael S04/05/17 12:12 PM
                            MIPS condition evaluation?Heikki Kultala04/05/17 12:54 PM
                              MIPS condition evaluation?dmcq04/05/17 01:02 PM
                              MIPS condition evaluation?Heikki Kultala04/05/17 01:03 PM
                  ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?RichardC04/05/17 09:18 AM
                    ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Linus Torvalds04/05/17 11:20 AM
                      ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?RichardC04/05/17 01:23 PM
                        ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Linus Torvalds04/05/17 05:51 PM
                          ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?RichardC04/05/17 09:06 PM
                            TransputerRichardC04/06/17 05:20 AM
                            ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Linus Torvalds04/06/17 08:54 AM
                              ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?RichardC04/06/17 11:14 AM
                                ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Linus Torvalds04/06/17 11:40 AM
                                  ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?RichardC04/06/17 12:01 PM
                                    your theoryRichardC04/06/17 01:49 PM
                                      your theoryLinus Torvalds04/06/17 02:39 PM
                                        your theoryLinus Torvalds04/06/17 03:04 PM
                                          your theoryIreland04/06/17 03:48 PM
                                            Integrators of RISC cpu's interested only in software app salesIreland04/06/17 05:11 PM
                                          cheap machines with GUIsRichardC04/07/17 04:40 AM
                                            compatibility and evolutionary strategyRichardC04/07/17 06:27 AM
                                              68K clones?Michael S04/07/17 06:40 AM
                                                68K clones?Yuhong Bao04/07/17 07:54 AM
                                                Apollo core ...Mark Roulo04/07/17 10:28 AM
                                                68K clones?Ronald Maas04/07/17 06:07 PM
                                                68K clones?Per Hesselgren04/08/17 01:05 AM
                                                  68K clones?Per Hesselgren04/08/17 01:06 AM
                                                    68K clones?Michael S04/08/17 12:10 PM
                                              compatibility and evolutionary strategyIreland04/07/17 09:33 AM
                                              compatibility and evolutionary strategyIreland04/07/17 09:50 AM
                                                high-margin productsRichardC04/07/17 10:16 AM
                                                  high-margin productsIreland04/07/17 02:53 PM
                                                    high-margin productswumpus04/08/17 07:45 PM
                                                      high-margin productsRichardC04/09/17 06:06 AM
                                                        high-margin productsMichael S04/09/17 06:26 AM
                                                          high-margin productsIreland04/09/17 07:13 AM
                                                            high-margin productswumpus04/09/17 10:01 AM
                                                          user-visible ISA's still evolvingRichardC04/09/17 08:09 AM
                                                            user-visible ISA's still evolvingIreland04/09/17 03:08 PM
                                                      Economics and doing a MIPS, SGI or 3dfx startup today . . . Ireland04/09/17 08:08 AM
                                                        Economics and doing a MIPS, SGI or 3dfx startup today . . . bakaneko04/09/17 10:45 AM
                                                          Economics and doing a MIPS, SGI or 3dfx startup today . . . Ireland04/09/17 01:32 PM
                                        your theoryRichardC04/06/17 04:57 PM
                                          your theoryIreland04/06/17 05:29 PM
                                            your theoryIreland04/06/17 05:45 PM
                                          x86 ISA license historyRichardC04/06/17 05:31 PM
                                            x86 ISA license historywumpus04/07/17 07:35 AM
                                              x86 ISA license historyRichardC04/07/17 09:26 AM
                                          370 on 68KMatt Sayler04/06/17 05:38 PM
                                            370 on 68KDavid Hess04/08/17 10:18 AM
                                          your theoryLinus Torvalds04/06/17 07:20 PM
                                            your theoryRichardC04/06/17 08:34 PM
                                              Intel's clone warsRichardC04/06/17 08:42 PM
                                              your theoryIreland04/07/17 09:05 AM
                                            your theoryrwessel04/06/17 10:53 PM
                                            your theorygallier204/07/17 02:13 AM
                                            your theorygallier204/07/17 02:37 AM
                                              your theoryMichael S04/07/17 05:54 AM
                                                your theorygallier204/07/17 09:57 AM
                                              your theoryDavid Hess04/08/17 10:26 AM
                                                your theoryYuhong Bao04/08/17 10:28 AM
                                                your theorygallier204/09/17 05:38 AM
                                                  your theoryMichael S04/09/17 06:08 AM
                                                    your theoryrwessel04/09/17 10:04 AM
                                                      your theoryDavid Hess04/09/17 04:46 PM
                                                        your theoryrwessel04/09/17 08:58 PM
                                                  your theoryDavid Hess04/09/17 04:23 PM
                                                your theoryRichardC04/09/17 08:16 AM
                                                  your theoryDavid Hess04/09/17 04:58 PM
                                            Positive point about 80286Michael S04/07/17 06:31 AM
                                              Positive point about 80286gallier204/07/17 10:00 AM
                                                Positive point about 80286Yuhong Bao04/07/17 02:43 PM
                                                  Positive point about 80286Per Hesselgren04/08/17 01:16 AM
                                                Positive point about 80286David Hess04/08/17 10:49 AM
                                                  Positive point about 80286gallier204/09/17 05:44 AM
                                                    Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 06:35 AM
                                                      Positive point about 80286gallier204/09/17 07:18 AM
                                                        Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 07:30 AM
                                                          Positive point about 80286gallier204/09/17 10:43 AM
                                                            Positive point about 80286David Hess04/09/17 05:19 PM
                                                              Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 05:24 PM
                                                                Positive point about 80286David Hess04/09/17 06:01 PM
                                                                  Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 06:15 PM
                                                              Positive point about 80286 and MotorolaPer Hesselgren04/10/17 12:22 AM
                                                                Positive point about 80286 and MotorolaPer Hesselgren04/10/17 01:01 AM
                                                                  Positive point about 80286 and MotorolaPer Hesselgren04/10/17 01:39 PM
                                                                    Positive point about 80286 and MotorolaPer Hesselgren04/18/17 09:14 AM
                                                              Positive point about 80286gallier204/10/17 12:26 AM
                                                                Positive point about 80286Michael_S04/10/17 03:21 AM
                                                        Positive point about 80286David Hess04/09/17 05:11 PM
                                                          Positive point about 80286gallier204/10/17 01:15 AM
                                                            Positive point about 80286gallier204/10/17 01:20 AM
                                                    Positive point about 80286rwessel04/09/17 10:12 AM
                                                      Positive point about 80286gallier204/09/17 11:38 AM
                                                        Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 12:17 PM
                                                          Positive point about 80286David Hess04/09/17 05:40 PM
                                                            Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 05:48 PM
                                                          Positive point about 80286rwessel04/09/17 11:05 PM
                                                            Positive point about 80286wumpus04/10/17 06:31 AM
                                                              Positive point about 80286rwessel04/10/17 07:37 AM
                                                                Positive point about 80286David Hess04/10/17 09:53 AM
                                                        Positive point about 80286David Hess04/09/17 05:51 PM
                                                          Positive point about 80286wumpus04/11/17 06:41 AM
                                                            Positive point about 80286gallier204/12/17 04:20 AM
                                                          Positive point about 80286Yuhong Bao04/17/17 01:14 AM
                                                            Positive point about 80286David Hess04/17/17 02:37 AM
                                                              Positive point about 80286Joe Hodge04/17/17 06:54 PM
                                                    Positive point about 80286David Hess04/09/17 05:05 PM
                                                      Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 05:13 PM
                                                        Positive point about 80286wumpus04/09/17 05:22 PM
                                                          Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 05:43 PM
                                                            Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 05:59 PM
                                                  Positive point about 80286wumpus04/09/17 05:17 PM
                                                    Positive point about 80286Ireland04/09/17 05:20 PM
                                        your theorydmcq04/07/17 01:04 AM
                                        your theoryGabriele Svelto04/09/17 01:47 PM
                                          your theoryIreland04/09/17 05:53 PM
                                          your theoryrwessel04/09/17 11:24 PM
                                  ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Doug S04/07/17 11:24 AM
                                    ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Linus Torvalds04/07/17 11:50 AM
                                      ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Doug S04/10/17 09:58 PM
                                ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Tim McCaffrey04/06/17 06:32 PM
                          ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Doug S04/05/17 11:58 PM
                            Are you sure about orders of magnitude? (NT)Michael S04/06/17 03:24 AM
                        ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Tim McCaffrey04/06/17 06:21 PM
                      ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?somebody04/06/17 09:41 AM
                        ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Linus Torvalds04/06/17 12:01 PM
                          ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Wilco04/06/17 07:17 PM
                            ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Linus Torvalds04/07/17 11:35 AM
                              ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Linus Torvalds04/07/17 12:20 PM
                              ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Exophase04/07/17 01:22 PM
                                ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Linus Torvalds04/08/17 01:32 AM
                                  Software FP vs trap emulationWilco04/08/17 05:20 AM
                                    Software FP vs trap emulationRonald Maas04/08/17 08:45 AM
                                      Software FP vs trap emulationdmcq04/08/17 10:29 AM
                                        Software FP vs trap emulationdmcq04/08/17 10:44 AM
                                          Software FP vs trap emulationWilco04/08/17 05:24 PM
                                        Software FP vs trap emulationLinus Torvalds04/08/17 10:52 AM
                                          Software FP vs trap emulationIreland04/08/17 11:46 AM
                                          Software FP vs trap emulationMichael S04/08/17 01:23 PM
                                            Software FP vs trap emulationLinus Torvalds04/08/17 03:38 PM
                                              Software FP vs trap emulationMichael S04/08/17 04:23 PM
                                          Software FP vs trap emulation@04/08/17 06:17 PM
                                            Software FP vs trap emulationLinus Torvalds04/09/17 08:59 AM
                                              Software FP vs trap emulationIreland04/09/17 09:20 AM
                                                Software FP vs trap emulationIreland04/09/17 09:35 AM
                                                Software FP vs trap emulationrwessel04/09/17 10:27 AM
                                                  Software FP vs trap emulationIreland04/09/17 01:49 PM
                                              Software FP vs trap emulation@04/09/17 11:59 AM
                                    Software FP vs trap emulationMichael S04/08/17 12:46 PM
                                      Software FP vs trap emulationWilco04/08/17 05:01 PM
                                        Software FP vs trap emulationBrett04/08/17 11:30 PM
                                          Software FP vs trap emulationmatthew04/09/17 01:14 AM
                                            Software FP vs trap emulationWilco04/09/17 07:10 AM
                                  Acorn vs DECRichardC04/09/17 08:27 AM
                                  ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Exophase04/09/17 01:02 PM
                                    ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Wilco04/09/17 02:52 PM
                                      ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Exophase04/09/17 06:16 PM
                                        ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Wilco04/10/17 01:40 AM
                                          ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Exophase04/10/17 01:00 PM
                                            ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Wilco04/10/17 04:19 PM
                              ARM solution and MIPS condition evaluation?Ireland04/07/17 05:34 PM
                RISC *was* science, not religionDavid Hess04/06/17 12:24 AM
                  RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/06/17 09:54 AM
              RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/05/17 01:23 PM
            CISC religion?wumpus04/08/17 09:49 AM
              CISC religion?Ireland04/08/17 01:24 PM
              CISC religion?Ireland04/08/17 01:39 PM
                Alan Turing Ireland04/08/17 05:31 PM
                  Alan Turing rwessel04/08/17 09:52 PM
                    Alan Turing Ireland04/09/17 05:35 AM
                CISC religion?wumpus04/08/17 07:19 PM
                  narrow vs wide skillsetsRichardC04/08/17 07:42 PM
                  CISC religion?rwessel04/08/17 09:33 PM
                    CISC religion?wumpus04/09/17 05:10 PM
                      CISC religion?David Hess04/09/17 07:56 PM
                        CISC religion?rwessel04/10/17 12:25 AM
              CISC religion?RichardC04/08/17 03:44 PM
                CISC religion?Michael S04/08/17 04:47 PM
                  CISC religion?Michael S04/08/17 04:52 PM
                    CISC religion?Ireland04/08/17 05:16 PM
                      CISC religion?Michael S04/08/17 05:26 PM
                        CISC religion?Ireland04/08/17 05:41 PM
                          CISC religion?wumpus04/08/17 08:04 PM
                            OT - faster RAMMichael S04/09/17 05:26 AM
                          CISC religion?rwessel04/08/17 10:10 PM
                            CISC religion?rwessel04/08/17 10:10 PM
                      gone parallel now ...RichardC04/08/17 07:15 PM
                CISC religion?gallier204/09/17 06:47 AM
                  fascinating link, thanks! (NT)RichardC04/09/17 09:46 AM
                CISC religion?Ricardo B04/10/17 05:55 AM
                  CISC religion?anon04/10/17 09:49 AM
                    CISC religion?Travis04/10/17 11:30 AM
                      CISC religion?Travis04/10/17 11:32 AM
                        CISC religion?anon04/10/17 02:12 PM
                          CISC religion?Travis04/10/17 07:41 PM
                            CISC religion?Michael_S04/11/17 10:44 AM
                      CISC religion?Ricardo B04/10/17 04:01 PM
                        CISC religion?Michael_S04/11/17 10:56 AM
                          CISC religion?Ricardo B04/11/17 01:27 PM
                        CISC religion?Wilco04/11/17 01:45 PM
                          CISC religion?Michael S04/11/17 02:07 PM
                          CISC religion?Ricardo B04/11/17 04:32 PM
                    CISC religion?Ricardo B04/10/17 04:24 PM
                  CISC religion?dmcq04/10/17 02:17 PM
                    CISC religion?Ricardo B04/10/17 05:16 PM
              CISC religion?Seni04/09/17 04:06 AM
                CISC religion?Ireland04/09/17 05:40 AM
                  CISC religion?wumpus04/09/17 10:08 AM
                yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheRichardC04/09/17 05:50 AM
                  yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheSeni04/09/17 06:19 AM
                    yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheRichardC04/09/17 08:47 AM
                      minimal microcodeRichardC04/09/17 09:33 AM
                        minimal microcodeSeni04/09/17 10:02 AM
                          interesting, that makes sense (NT)RichardC04/09/17 02:45 PM
                      yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheanon04/09/17 08:57 PM
                        yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheRichardC04/10/17 06:18 AM
                          yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheSeni04/10/17 03:51 PM
                            yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheWilco04/11/17 02:56 AM
                              yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cachedmcq04/11/17 03:06 AM
                                no, ARM's 42 rows x 36 bits = 189 bytes (NT)RichardC04/11/17 08:11 AM
                                  no, ARM's 42 rows x 36 bits = 189 bytesdmcq04/12/17 04:42 AM
                              yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheSeni04/11/17 12:27 PM
                                yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacherwessel04/11/17 06:02 PM
                                  yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheSeni04/11/17 10:27 PM
                                    yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheRichardC04/12/17 11:06 AM
                                      yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheSeni04/12/17 12:47 PM
                                        yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheWilco04/12/17 01:38 PM
                                        not the normal usageRichardC04/12/17 07:58 PM
                                        yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacherwessel04/12/17 09:40 PM
                                    yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cachedmcq04/12/17 02:19 PM
                                      yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacherwessel04/12/17 09:49 PM
                                        yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cachedmcq04/13/17 03:44 AM
                                    yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cacheanon04/12/17 08:06 PM
                        yes, except ARM and SPARC lacked cachewumpus04/10/17 06:37 AM
  Apple confirms that they are ditching Imagination within two yearsAnon04/03/17 02:36 AM
    Apple confirms that they are ditching Imagination within two yearsDoug S04/03/17 12:56 PM
      Or Samsung buys them, develops their own GPU, and uses the patents in the next lawsuit (NT)Anon04/03/17 01:26 PM
        Or Samsung buys them, develops their own GPU, and uses the patents in the next lawsuit Michael S04/03/17 02:33 PM
        Or ARM buys them, and gets any money they can from their IP and customersdmcq04/04/17 09:55 AM
  IMGTEC stock has crashed already.VertexMaster04/03/17 05:33 AM
    IMGTEC stock has crashed already.Andreas04/03/17 07:33 AM
      IMGTEC stock has crashed already.Exophase04/03/17 09:43 AM
    IMGTEC stock has crashed already.Doug S04/03/17 12:51 PM
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