Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM code

By: mas (mas769.delete@this.hotmail.com), August 22, 2013 1:42 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
rwessel (robertwessel.delete@this.yahoo.com) on August 22, 2013 1:06 pm wrote:
> mas (mas769.delete@this.hotmail.com) on August 22, 2013 1:19 am wrote:
> > none (none.delete@this.none.com) on August 21, 2013 8:25 pm wrote:
> > > mas (mas769.delete@this.hotmail.com) on August 21, 2013 6:10 pm wrote:
> > > [...]
> > > > Don't worry about Intel, it's big and ugly enough to take care of itself and the ARM competition
> > > > will have done it and general consumers good in the long run just like AMD did. ARM is going to
> > > > be celeronized eventually by better quality x86 cores but not before the cost of computing has been
> > > > brought down considerably for World consumers. Why do you think Warren East left ARM, he knew the
> > > > ARM mobile monopoly was finished as soon as Intel had got x86 into a phone form factor.
> > >
> > > I was wondering when your Intel cheerleading would be as
> > > obvious in this tech forum as it is in financial ones.
> >
> > Glad I could meet your expectations. I just tell it like I see it and to me ARM is just a paper
> > tiger whose bite will soon be shown to be quite toothless. Intel/Power make better performance
> > processors and MIPS make more efficient processors, it is an accident of history ARM is where
> > it is today but it will be corrected in time as herd hype will only take you so far.
>
>
> Isn't x86's position only an accident of history as well? If not for IBM's selection of the
> 8088 for the IBM PC, x86 would likely never have achieved it's current prominence. At the
> time it was generally considered far inferior to some other designs, most notably 68K.

Yes true and it was far inferior to IBM's own IBM 801 too. However x86 would not have been able to sustain its position if the x86 architecture had not been developed into the most potent for its personal computer market as that market has always had fierce competition. It's been fighting RISCs on and off since its birth in it, usually PowerPC but also ARM (now and back then), Sparc, Alpha and MIPS (using Workstation line of attack) as well as VLIW like Itanium/Crusoe. ARM has faced much less competition in its mobile markets but that is clearly changing now, let's see how it fares after a few years of Atom SoCs in the mobile landscape. I suspect Intel will end up with more of the mobile market than ARM does of the traditional PC/Server market.
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        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?none2013/08/13 10:22 AM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?none2013/08/13 10:23 AM
        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?EduardoS2013/08/13 11:42 AM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Exophase2013/08/13 12:27 PM
            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/15 12:17 PM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?David Hess2013/08/15 02:38 PM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Mark Roulo2013/08/15 03:31 PM
                  How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?EduardoS2013/08/15 08:45 PM
                    How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/15 08:54 PM
                      How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?EduardoS2013/08/15 09:21 PM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/15 07:47 PM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Exophase2013/08/15 07:56 PM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/15 08:41 PM
        Server and Embedded "environments" are still distinguishedPaul A. Clayton2013/08/13 06:31 PM
        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Michael S2013/08/14 01:45 AM
        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Brett2013/08/14 08:17 PM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?anon2013/08/15 12:13 AM
            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?David Kanter2013/08/15 01:23 AM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?anon2013/08/15 03:51 AM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?someone2013/08/15 11:46 AM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?none2013/08/15 03:47 AM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Doug S2013/08/15 09:46 AM
            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?David Kanter2013/08/15 12:48 PM
              Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMark Roulo2013/08/15 01:56 PM
                Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRonald Maas2013/08/19 09:19 PM
                  Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeanon2013/08/20 01:58 AM
                    Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeLinus Torvalds2013/08/20 10:58 AM
                      Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRicardo B2013/08/20 03:27 PM
                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM coderwessel2013/08/20 04:04 PM
                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeLinus Torvalds2013/08/20 04:05 PM
                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMichael S2013/08/20 04:54 PM
                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeLinus Torvalds2013/08/20 05:09 PM
                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeTREZA2013/08/21 06:06 AM
                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeLinus Torvalds2013/08/21 09:50 AM
                              Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeTREZA2013/08/21 12:39 PM
                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRicardo B2013/08/22 05:25 AM
                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEduardoS2013/08/22 06:59 AM
                              Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRicardo B2013/08/22 07:28 AM
                                Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEduardoS2013/08/22 08:36 AM
                                  Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRicardo B2013/08/22 09:21 AM
                                    Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEduardoS2013/08/22 10:02 AM
                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeGabriele Svelto2013/08/21 03:26 AM
                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRicardo B2013/08/22 05:43 AM
                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRicardo B2013/08/22 05:47 AM
                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeDan Fay2013/08/21 01:13 PM
                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeDavid Hess2013/08/22 10:55 AM
                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codegallier22013/08/22 12:35 PM
                              Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeDavid Hess2013/08/22 01:26 PM
                      Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRonald Maas2013/08/20 05:38 PM
                      Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeanon2013/08/20 06:07 PM
                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMichael S2013/08/21 05:15 AM
                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeanon2013/08/21 06:01 AM
                      An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeeded2013/08/20 11:29 PM
                        An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededanon2013/08/21 02:09 AM
                          An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeeded2013/08/21 04:12 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededbakaneko2013/08/21 04:39 AM
                              An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeeded2013/08/21 05:20 AM
                                An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededbakaneko2013/08/21 05:41 AM
                                  An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeeded2013/08/21 06:47 AM
                                    An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededbakaneko2013/08/21 07:26 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededanon2013/08/21 05:40 AM
                              An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeeded2013/08/21 06:47 AM
                                Mod? (NT)anon2013/08/21 07:28 AM
                                  An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeeded2013/08/21 08:34 AM
                                    An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededanon2013/08/21 09:04 AM
                                OK, let's try and keep this productiveDavid Kanter2013/08/21 01:27 PM
                                  OK, let's try and keep this productivePatrick Chase2013/08/21 11:42 PM
                                    OK, let's try and keep this productiveGabriele Svelto2013/08/22 02:48 AM
                                    OK, let's try and keep this productivePatrick Chase2013/08/22 09:03 AM
                                  OK, let's try and keep this productiveanon2013/08/22 12:47 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededCarlie Coats2013/08/21 06:31 AM
                              An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeeded2013/08/21 06:59 AM
                              An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededMichael S2013/08/21 07:15 AM
                                An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededCarlie Coats2013/08/21 12:25 PM
                                  switched to write-only mode? (NT)Michael S2013/08/21 01:43 PM
                                  An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededrwessel2013/08/21 01:53 PM
                                  An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededMichael S2013/08/21 02:13 PM
                                  An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededBrett2013/08/21 06:25 PM
                                    An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededCarlie Coats2013/08/22 04:36 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededanon2013/08/21 06:46 AM
                              An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeeded2013/08/21 07:07 AM
                                An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededanon2013/08/21 07:27 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededVincent Diepeveen2013/08/31 02:24 AM
                          An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededCarlie Coats2013/08/21 06:24 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededMichael S2013/08/21 07:03 AM
                              An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededCarlie Coats2013/08/21 12:27 PM
                        An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededStubabe2013/08/21 09:43 AM
                          An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededMichael S2013/08/21 10:02 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededStubabe2013/08/21 10:37 AM
                              An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededKlimax2013/08/21 11:09 AM
                                An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededStubabe2013/08/21 04:27 PM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededLinus Torvalds2013/08/21 10:40 AM
                              An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededYuhong Bao2013/08/22 01:11 AM
                                An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededEduardoS2013/08/22 03:25 AM
                                  An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeedednone2013/08/22 04:29 AM
                                  An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededRicardo B2013/08/22 06:06 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededEduardoS2013/08/21 11:58 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededanon2013/08/22 01:25 AM
                              An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededEduardoS2013/08/22 03:29 AM
                          An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededSymmetry2013/08/21 10:51 AM
                            An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededStubabe2013/08/21 04:22 PM
                        An elaborate theory of why AMD64 succeededDan Fay2013/08/21 01:43 PM
                        No elaborate theories requiredDoug S2013/08/21 05:18 PM
                          No elaborate theories requiredGabriele Svelto2013/08/22 05:28 AM
                            No elaborate theories requiredDoug S2013/08/22 10:03 AM
                          No elaborate theories requiredDavid Hess2013/08/22 02:38 PM
                            No elaborate theories requiredDoug S2013/08/22 03:30 PM
                              No elaborate theories requiredDavid Hess2013/08/23 09:42 AM
                                No elaborate theories requiredanon2013/08/24 02:09 AM
                                  No elaborate theories requiredDavid Hess2013/08/24 05:36 PM
                        An very bad theory of why AMD64 succeededEric Bron2013/08/23 02:50 AM
                          An very bad theory of why AMD64 succeededEduardoS2013/08/23 04:36 AM
                      How about dropping x87?David Kanter2013/08/21 10:46 AM
                        How about dropping x87?Michael S2013/08/21 11:01 AM
                          How about dropping x87?David Kanter2013/08/21 01:34 PM
                            How about dropping x87?anonymou52013/08/21 06:27 PM
                              How about dropping x87?David Kanter2013/08/22 01:02 AM
                                How about dropping x87?TREZA2013/08/22 03:40 AM
                                How about dropping x87?rwessel2013/08/22 12:41 PM
                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeLinus Torvalds2013/08/20 08:15 PM
                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRonald Maas2013/08/21 12:38 PM
                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codebakaneko2013/08/21 01:17 PM
                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMichael S2013/08/21 02:30 PM
                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/21 06:10 PM
                              Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codenone2013/08/21 08:25 PM
                                Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 01:19 AM
                                  Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeanon2013/08/22 01:53 AM
                                    Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 02:07 AM
                                      Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 02:11 AM
                                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codenone2013/08/22 02:30 AM
                                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 03:34 AM
                                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codenone2013/08/22 06:04 AM
                                              Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 07:56 AM
                                  Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codenone2013/08/22 02:09 AM
                                    Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 02:26 AM
                                      Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codenone2013/08/22 02:38 AM
                                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 02:52 AM
                                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codenone2013/08/22 03:13 AM
                                  Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM coderwessel2013/08/22 01:06 PM
                                    Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 01:42 PM
                                      Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM coderwessel2013/08/22 07:06 PM
                                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMichael S2013/08/23 04:53 AM
                                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM coderwessel2013/08/23 09:14 PM
                                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeTREZA2013/08/23 12:53 PM
                                    Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMichael S2013/08/22 02:15 PM
                                      Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM coderwessel2013/08/22 07:10 PM
                                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMichael S2013/08/23 04:38 AM
                                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEugene Nalimov2013/08/23 01:00 PM
                                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeanon2013/08/24 02:11 AM
                                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEugene Nalimov2013/08/26 02:35 PM
                                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codevvid2013/08/28 09:36 AM
                                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEugene Nalimov2013/08/29 09:51 AM
                                              Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMax2013/08/30 01:12 PM
                                                Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeLinus Torvalds2013/08/30 04:13 PM
                                                  Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kBrett2013/08/30 06:42 PM
                                                    Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kanon2013/08/30 07:29 PM
                                                      Trade-offs are not constantPaul A. Clayton2013/08/31 10:33 AM
                                                      Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kMichael S2013/08/31 11:42 AM
                                                      Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kBrett2013/08/31 02:51 PM
                                                    Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68ksomeone2013/08/30 11:15 PM
                                                      Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kBrett2013/08/31 02:54 PM
                                                      Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kBrett2013/08/31 03:08 PM
                                                        Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kanon2013/08/31 07:43 PM
                                                          Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kMichael S2013/09/01 01:07 AM
                                                            Partitioned register sets BAD or NOTBrett2013/09/01 02:03 AM
                                                              Partitioned register sets BAD or NOTPatrick Chase2013/09/01 10:38 AM
                                                                Embedded VLIWPaul A. Clayton2013/09/01 12:54 PM
                                                                  Embedded VLIWPatrick Chase2013/09/01 03:14 PM
                                                                    Thanks for the additional info (NT)Paul A. Clayton2013/09/01 08:54 PM
                                                                Partitioned register sets BAD or NOTPatrick Chase2013/09/02 12:06 AM
                                                                Stop bitsBrett2013/09/02 02:24 PM
                                                                  Stop bitsPatrick Chase2013/09/02 03:00 PM
                                                            Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kanon2013/09/01 10:12 AM
                                                    Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kRichardC2013/08/31 06:03 AM
                                                    Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kMegol2013/09/04 07:04 AM
                                                      Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kBrett2013/09/04 11:27 PM
                                                        Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kMegol2013/09/05 07:32 AM
                                                          Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kgallier22013/09/05 09:37 AM
                                                            Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kMegol2013/09/05 10:48 AM
                                                          Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kJouni Osmala2013/09/05 11:18 AM
                                                            Separate instruction and data registers BAD or NOT, m68kMegol2013/09/06 05:17 AM
                                                            John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Mark Roulo2013/09/06 09:30 AM
                                                              John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Megol2013/09/06 11:59 AM
                                                                John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Brett2013/09/06 06:32 PM
                                                                  John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Eugene Nalimov2013/09/08 11:10 AM
                                                                    John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Brett2013/09/08 02:54 PM
                                                                      John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...David Kanter2013/09/08 05:06 PM
                                                                        John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Brett2013/09/08 07:48 PM
                                                                          John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Jouni Osmala2013/09/09 06:26 AM
                                                                            John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Brett2013/09/13 04:51 PM
                                                                              John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Megol2013/09/14 09:56 AM
                                                                      John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Eugene Nalimov2013/09/08 06:59 PM
                                                                        John Mashey post is sorta relevant ...Brett2013/09/08 07:55 PM
                                                                        Renesas RX vs x86/68K/VAXMichael S2013/09/09 06:15 AM
                                                  Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEduardoS2013/08/31 11:09 AM
                                                    Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeLinus Torvalds2013/08/31 11:34 AM
                                                      Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEduardoS2013/08/31 12:26 PM
                                                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeLinus Torvalds2013/08/31 02:12 PM
                                                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEduardoS2013/08/31 03:49 PM
                                                    Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codegallier22013/08/31 12:15 PM
                              Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRonald Maas2013/08/21 11:54 PM
                                Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 01:10 AM
                                Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMichael S2013/08/22 02:47 AM
                                  Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codemas2013/08/22 03:17 AM
                              Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeGabriele Svelto2013/08/22 07:53 AM
                      Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMr. Camel2013/08/23 06:33 AM
                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeMichael S2013/08/23 07:03 AM
                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEduardoS2013/08/23 07:39 AM
                          Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeRonald Maas2013/08/23 10:13 AM
                            Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM codeEduardoS2013/08/23 10:28 AM
                        Initial 64-bit ARM *can* run older 32-bit ARM coderwessel2013/08/23 10:14 PM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?EduardoS2013/08/15 08:35 PM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Carlie Coats2013/08/21 12:31 PM
              Mixing 32b and 64b code in a kernelDoug S2013/08/16 09:50 AM
                LPAE is here now!Mark Roulo2013/08/16 10:45 AM
                  LPAE is here now!Patrick Chase2013/08/16 12:29 PM
                    LPAE is here now!anon2013/08/16 06:11 PM
                Mixing 32b and 64b code in a kernelRicardo B2013/08/17 10:52 AM
                  Mixing 32b and 64b code in a kernelLinus Torvalds2013/08/17 11:09 AM
                    Mixing 32b and 64b code in a kernelMax2013/08/18 02:57 PM
                Mixing 32b and 64b code in a kernelCarlie Coats2013/08/21 12:46 PM
            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Ungo2013/08/15 12:59 PM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Doug S2013/08/15 07:39 PM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/15 08:04 PM
                  How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/15 09:01 PM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Jukka Larja2013/08/16 06:54 AM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/15 07:29 PM
            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Brett2013/08/16 11:34 PM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Doug S2013/08/17 11:18 AM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Brett2013/08/17 11:35 AM
                  16 vs 32 general purpose registersMark Roulo2013/08/17 11:40 AM
                    16 vs 32 general purpose registersMichael S2013/08/17 02:55 PM
                      16 vs 32 general purpose registersPatrick Chase2013/08/18 04:55 AM
                  How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?EduardoS2013/08/17 05:30 PM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/17 12:49 PM
                  > 32 general purpose registersMark Roulo2013/08/17 01:58 PM
                    > 32 general purpose registersMichael S2013/08/17 02:25 PM
                    > 32 general purpose registersPatrick Chase2013/08/17 03:11 PM
                      > 32 general purpose registersExophase2013/08/18 10:17 AM
                        IIRC, AArch32 registers (shadow registers et al.) map onto AArch64 registers (NT)Paul A. Clayton2013/08/18 02:51 PM
                          IIRC, AArch32 registers (shadow registers et al.) map onto AArch64 registersExophase2013/08/18 09:28 PM
                            IIRC, AArch32 registers (shadow registers et al.) map onto AArch64 registersMichael S2013/08/19 02:17 AM
                              IIRC, AArch32 registers (shadow registers et al.) map onto AArch64 registersExophase2013/08/19 08:42 AM
                    > 32 general purpose registersDoug S2013/08/18 12:21 AM
        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Brett2013/08/17 11:20 AM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Gabriele Svelto2013/08/18 02:12 PM
            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Exophase2013/08/18 09:35 PM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?mas2013/08/20 03:29 PM
      How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?mas2013/08/20 03:15 PM
        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?none2013/08/20 03:31 PM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?mas2013/08/20 04:08 PM
        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Linus Torvalds2013/08/20 03:49 PM
          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?mas2013/08/20 05:53 PM
            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Linus Torvalds2013/08/20 07:52 PM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?mas2013/08/21 12:21 AM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Michael S2013/08/21 06:17 AM
                  How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?mas2013/08/21 07:05 AM
                    How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Michael S2013/08/21 07:27 AM
                      How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?none2013/08/21 07:53 AM
                        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Michael S2013/08/21 08:02 AM
                          XScale wasn't synthesizablePatrick Chase2013/08/21 12:36 PM
                            XScale wasn't synthesizableMichael S2013/08/21 02:00 PM
                              XScale wasn't synthesizablePatrick Chase2013/08/21 03:02 PM
                              XScale wasn't synthesizablePatrick Chase2013/08/21 03:11 PM
                      How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?mas2013/08/21 08:45 AM
                  How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?mas2013/08/22 04:08 AM
            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Doug S2013/08/20 10:47 PM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Michael S2013/08/21 07:32 AM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/21 08:37 AM
              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/21 11:45 AM
                How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?EduardoS2013/08/21 12:02 PM
                  How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/21 12:27 PM
                    How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/21 12:47 PM
                      Is simplistic prediction still prediction?Paul A. Clayton2013/08/21 03:59 PM
                        Is simplistic prediction still prediction?Patrick Chase2013/08/22 12:16 PM
                          More like always not-taken, but yeah lame prediction (NT)Paul A. Clayton2013/08/22 01:27 PM
                      How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Linus Torvalds2013/08/21 04:25 PM
                        Athlon did something similar (but no dirty special case)Paul A. Clayton2013/08/21 07:47 PM
                          Athlon did something similar (but no dirty special case)Patrick Chase2013/08/22 12:13 PM
                        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/22 11:56 AM
                        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/22 12:29 PM
                          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Linus Torvalds2013/08/22 01:40 PM
                    How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?anon2013/08/22 12:45 AM
                      How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Niels Jørgen Kruse2013/08/22 02:38 AM
                        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Michael S2013/08/22 02:58 AM
                      How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/22 08:44 AM
                        Are you sure P4 used IP-based way prediction?Paul A. Clayton2013/08/22 02:04 PM
                          Are you sure P4 used IP-based way prediction?Patrick Chase2013/08/22 03:40 PM
                        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/24 10:19 AM
                          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Anon2013/08/25 01:15 AM
                            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/25 07:49 PM
                              Replay tornadoes? Paul A. Clayton2013/08/25 08:43 PM
                        How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?anon2013/08/25 04:22 PM
                          How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?anonymou52013/08/25 04:35 PM
                            I have the date and topic for a P4 Dcache postPaul A. Clayton2013/08/25 08:34 PM
                              Obviously that should have been "anonymous (no@spam.com)" (NT)Paul A. Clayton2013/08/25 08:45 PM
                              I have the date and topic for a P4 Dcache postPatrick Chase2013/08/26 09:04 AM
                                Could you provide a link?Paul A. Clayton2013/08/26 10:32 AM
                                  Could you provide a link?Patrick Chase2013/08/26 10:43 AM
                                    Thanks. I had a text copy without url.Paul A. Clayton2013/08/26 03:20 PM
                                      Thanks. I had a text copy without url.Patrick Chase2013/08/26 06:53 PM
                            How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?anon2013/08/25 09:37 PM
                              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?David Kanter2013/08/26 02:31 PM
                              How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Patrick Chase2013/08/27 05:11 PM
                                I think even later P4s used width pipelining (NT)Paul A. Clayton2013/08/27 06:20 PM
    How does Power compare to ARM / MIPS?Vincent Diepeveen2013/08/26 05:04 AM
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