Mill made more sense in 2003

By: RichardC (tich.delete@this.pobox.com), April 21, 2017 5:25 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
anon (spam.delete.delete@this.this.spam.com) on April 21, 2017 3:35 am wrote:

> Exactly, the same applies to you.
> You might be confident something can't ever work, that doesn't mean I'm going to take your word for it.

No. I have detailed technical arguments, based on the history of similar past efforts,
for why the Mill won't perform well. On the other side, you're offering a meta-argument
along the lines of "smart confident people can't be completely wrong" which flies in the
face of several millennia of history - "build super-wide static-scheduled cpu" is right up
there with "fight land war in Asia", and people as smart and successful as Napoleon and
JFK have screwed up on that one. Smart confident people make mistakes, quite often, and
when they do they tend to be *big* mistakes because they aren't comfortable with admitting
they screwed up.

Obviously you won't take my word for it. Nobody should trust what I say. You should just
consider the questions I raised: the Mill isn't going to to like virtual method, it
isn't going to like thrashing the call stack, it isn't going to like code with unpredictable
memory access patterns or unpredictable control flow. That doesn't leave much.

> >
> > And that claim would be a "show me"; except they've had 10+ years to show evidence and they've
> > got nothing. And the claim is implausible on its face: code with unpredictable behavior
> > needs to execute well whether you guessed right at compile time or not, and an in-order static-
> > schedule machine has to optimize for one set of predictions.
> >
>
> Like I said, this could be something they haven't shown yet.
> They are either doing something we don't know or have overlooked or
> they things they have shown work better than we expect them to.
> Or of course it doesn't work as well as they expect it to.

It's a claim which is exactly on par with a tipster's claim that they can predict which
horse is going to win the race. Unpredictable means unpredictable; get it wrong and you
lose.

> > > Let's just ignore the architectures that work, shall we?
> > > Way easier.
> > > Just pretend the Itanic was the only VLIW to ever exist and everything will be fine.

No, I'm well aware that there were a bunch of VLIW efforts in the late 1980s and 1990s.
They failed, in the face of competition of RISCs and OoO x86. If you weren't around then
you can look them up, e.g .https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Very_long_instruction_word#History

> > > Elbrus never happened.

That's about right.

> Higher performance coming at the cost of lower efficiency is not surprising.
> It doesn't look like static scheduling always produces terrible performance, which you claimed.

It's not altogether clear that Denver is pure static-scheduling - there's a layer of
JIT/translation gizmology maintaining a 128MB cache of translated code fragments - and it's
possible that the machine has hooks for gathering dynamic statistics (e.g. about branch
destinations and which memory accesses cause cache misses) which can be used to help
decide when and how to re-translate and re-optimize code fragments.

> I mean Elbrus did end up being built as a DSP that can run general purpose code reasonably
> well but cut down and on a years old process and therefore decidedly underwhelming.

Right. DSP is highly predictable and has high ILP, so it's easy. And there's no gap
in the market for a general-purpose cpu that isn't compatible with an existing software
ecosystem and only runs "reasonably well". You can pick from a wide menu of x86's and ARM's
at various power levels and performance levels, and the ARMs are cheap as well.

> > > If you think a 512B 3 cycle register file consumes the same power as a 4000B 1 cycle register file then you
> >
> > It's their choice - if the scratchpad is small and slow, it's a bottleneck; if it's big and
> > fast, it's as power-hungry as registers. Either way it hasn't solved any interesting problem.
> >
>
> If an architecture that was designed to avoid using registers as much as possible needs
> just as many registers as any other architecture then they have obviously failed.

And that is a question which they should have been able to answer quickly and cheaply by
porting a compiler and running simulations. But they don't give any data about it. If
they had something good to report, why wouldn't they be shouting about it ?

My guess is the result of compiler and simulation work is that the belt+scratchpad+spiller
works great for DSP-like code, and terrible for general-purpose code, and they're looking
at simulated SPEC results and scratching their heads about how to fix the problems, and
unwilling to admit that they've hit a wall. Which is fine: they're not wasting any money
from investors as far as I know, and they're not presenting false results, just probably
over-optimistic but vague claims. They can go on with that as long as they like. I just don't
think the rest of the world should pay any attention to it until they have real numbers across
a wide variety of benchmarks.


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                                                          fractional bitsRichardC04/15/17 10:58 AM
                                                            fractional bitsAdrian04/16/17 04:08 AM
                                                              fractional bitsdmcq04/16/17 05:04 AM
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                                                                                    Mill made more sense in 2003anon04/20/17 06:35 AM
                                                                                      Mill made more sense in 2003RichardC04/20/17 09:39 AM
                                                                                        Mill made more sense in 2003anon04/20/17 12:15 PM
                                                                                          Mill made more sense in 2003RichardC04/20/17 01:10 PM
                                                                                            Mill made more sense in 2003anon04/20/17 03:27 PM
                                                                                              Mill made more sense in 2003RichardC04/20/17 07:33 PM
                                                                                                Mill made more sense in 2003anon04/21/17 03:35 AM
                                                                                                  Mill made more sense in 2003RichardC04/21/17 05:25 AM
                                                                                                    DenverRichardC04/21/17 05:54 AM
                                                                                                      Denverdmcq04/22/17 04:57 AM
                                                                                                        DenverMichael S04/22/17 11:58 AM
                                                                                                          Denverdmcq04/22/17 12:57 PM
                                                                                                            DenverRichardC04/22/17 02:41 PM
                                                                                                              Denverdmcq04/22/17 03:35 PM
                                                                                                                Denverdmcq04/22/17 03:41 PM
                                                                                                                  loopsRichardC04/23/17 06:03 AM
                                                                                                                    loopsanon04/23/17 06:35 AM
                                                                                                            DenverMichael S04/22/17 03:41 PM
                                                                                                    Mill made more sense in 2003anon04/21/17 07:55 AM
                                                                                                      Mill made more sense in 2003RichardC04/21/17 08:56 AM
                                                                                                        Mill made more sense in 2003anon04/21/17 11:46 AM
                                                                                                          Mill made more sense in 2003RichardC04/21/17 02:13 PM
                                                                                                            Mill made more sense in 2003anon04/21/17 02:21 PM
                                                                                                      Mill made more sense in 2003none04/21/17 09:03 AM
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                                                                                                        Mill made more sense in 2003anon04/21/17 01:19 PM
                                                                                                        Mill made more sense in 2003Megol04/22/17 04:42 AM
                                                                                                          Mill made more sense in 2003RichardC04/22/17 11:07 AM
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                                                                                            Mill made more sense in 2003Jacob Marley04/20/17 10:14 PM
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                                                                                                  OoOE processor and virtual function callsMichael_S04/21/17 03:04 AM
                                                                                                OoOE processor and virtual function callsRichardC04/21/17 06:26 AM
                                                                                            Mill made more sense in 2003Michael_S04/21/17 03:37 AM
                                                                                              Mill made more sense in 2003Gabriele Svelto04/22/17 03:17 PM
                                                                                        Mill is optimized for frequent callsHenry S04/21/17 02:27 AM
                                                                                          spillerRichardC04/21/17 07:53 AM
                                                                                            spiller documentationRichardC04/21/17 08:04 AM
                                                                                            spillerSymmetry04/21/17 08:47 AM
                                                                                              spillerSymmetry04/21/17 08:51 AM
                                                                                        Mill made more sense in 2003wumpus04/21/17 07:59 AM
                                                                                  Mill made more sense in 2003wumpus04/20/17 07:58 AM
                                                                              Mill made more sense in 2003anon04/18/17 08:02 PM
                                                                          virtual method callsRichardC04/19/17 08:50 AM
                                                                fractional bitsrwessel04/17/17 02:14 AM
                                                                  fractional bitsMichael S04/17/17 12:50 PM
                                                                    fractional bitsEugene Nalimov04/17/17 08:25 PM
                                                              fractional bitsMegol04/16/17 03:05 PM
                                                                fractional bitsdmcq04/17/17 03:04 AM
                                                                  fractional bitsGabriele Svelto04/17/17 10:09 AM
                                                                    fractional bitsMaynard Handley04/17/17 11:53 AM
                                                                      fractional bitsanon04/17/17 02:29 PM
                                                                Excellent exampleHenry S04/21/17 02:02 PM
                                                              fractional bitsanon04/16/17 05:31 PM
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                                                                  OoO instruction windowanon04/17/17 07:57 PM
                                                                    OoO instruction windowMaynard Handley04/17/17 10:16 PM
                                                                      OoO instruction windowanon04/18/17 02:51 AM
                                                                        OoO instruction windowwumpus04/19/17 07:16 AM
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                                                                      Initiating post-return loads earlyanon04/18/17 06:28 PM
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                                                                          Software assisted prefetchingMaynard Handley04/18/17 10:04 PM
                                                                            Software assisted prefetchingMichael S04/19/17 01:49 AM
                                                              fractional bitsUngo04/17/17 08:03 PM
                                                            fractional bitsMegol04/16/17 02:33 PM
                                                              fractional bitsRichardC04/16/17 02:43 PM
                                                          fractional bitsBrett04/15/17 12:48 PM
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                                                                RISC warsdmcq04/16/17 04:36 AM
                                                                  RISC warsBrett04/16/17 03:02 PM
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                                                                      RISC warsBrett04/16/17 07:56 PM
                                                                        RISC warsMaynard Handley04/16/17 09:45 PM
                                                                          RISC warsBrett04/17/17 01:51 AM
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                                                                        RISC warsdmcq04/17/17 06:24 AM
                                                                          RISC warsBrett04/22/17 02:36 PM
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                                                                              RISC warsBrett04/22/17 05:54 PM
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                                                                                RISC warsMichael S04/23/17 02:25 AM
                                                                    RISC warsdmcq04/17/17 02:55 AM
                                                    Fractional bits for instruction encodingdmcq04/13/17 06:35 AM
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                                                        Sounds like a FP counter with random roundingdmcq04/14/17 12:35 PM
                                          RISC *was* science, not religionMegol04/12/17 03:13 PM
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                              RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/09/17 03:51 AM
                                RISC *was* science, not religionanon04/09/17 08:30 AM
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                      ARM vs RISC religionEtienne04/04/17 09:22 AM
                        ARM vs RISC religionRichardC04/04/17 09:39 AM
                          ARM vs RISC religionExophase04/04/17 07:54 PM
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                    ARM vs RISC religiondmcq04/04/17 09:37 AM
                    ARM vs RISC religionwumpus04/05/17 07:14 AM
                  RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/04/17 09:14 AM
                    RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/04/17 03:12 PM
                      RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/04/17 03:14 PM
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                    RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/04/17 11:24 AM
                      RISC *was* science, not religionExophase04/04/17 10:05 PM
                        RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/05/17 01:58 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionExophase04/05/17 11:07 AM
                            RISC *was* science, not religionMichael S04/05/17 03:38 PM
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                            Load delay slot new value after cache missExophase04/06/17 03:05 PM
                      unspcified behaviour load delay slot pessimalityHeikki Kultala04/04/17 11:14 PM
                      RISC *was* science, not religionSimon Farnsworth04/06/17 05:18 AM
                        RISC *was* science, not religionRichardC04/06/17 09:54 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionSimon Farnsworth04/06/17 11:51 AM
                        RISC *was* science, not religiondmcq04/06/17 03:55 PM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionEtienne04/07/17 04:36 AM
                    RISC *was* science, not religionRichardC04/04/17 11:58 AM
                      RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/04/17 03:20 PM
                      RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/04/17 03:40 PM
                        RISC *was* science, not religionbakaneko04/05/17 12:52 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionIreland04/05/17 01:04 PM
                      RISC *was* science, not religiongallier204/05/17 05:06 AM
                        RISC *was* science, not religionRichardC04/05/17 09:14 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionSimon Farnsworth04/05/17 11:01 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religionSeni04/05/17 12:26 PM
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                            RISC *was* science, not religionRichardC04/06/17 12:32 PM
                              RISC *was* science, not religionExophase04/06/17 03:07 PM
                                RISC *was* science, not religionLinus Torvalds04/06/17 03:27 PM
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                                        Intel x86 registers to the rescue!Ireland04/08/17 04:47 PM
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                                        Memory laneJohn Yates04/11/17 02:24 PM
                                          Memory lanesomeone04/12/17 06:27 AM
                                            Memory laneJohn Yates04/12/17 03:01 PM
                                          Memory laneIreland04/12/17 11:23 AM
                                    Intel x86 registers to the rescue!dmcq04/07/17 12:47 AM
                              RISC *was* science, not religionDavid Hess04/08/17 06:16 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religiongallier204/05/17 11:49 PM
                            6502 = accumulator machine (NT)Wilco04/06/17 03:22 AM
                          RISC *was* science, not religiongallier204/06/17 12:12 AM
                            same difference ...RichardC04/06/17 12:57 PM
                    RISC *was* science, not religionRonald Maas04/04/17 09:04 PM
                      RISC *was* science, not religiondmcq04/05/17 12:03 PM
                        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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