Modern cores

By: Jouni Osmala (a.delete@this.b.com), July 22, 2020 10:17 pm
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> It's like those classic papers written at the end of the RISC era, detailing the state of OoO
> just before the relevant companies like MIPS/SGI and Alpha/DEC became defunct. The value is in
> clarifying various aspects of how current (acceptably, but not best of class) CPUs perform things
> like indirect branch prediction, cache management, or prefetching; showing in particular the degree
> of complexity present beyond simple statements like "performs strided prefetch".
>

Now based on table I where would you think large performance improvement from.
M2 to M5 would come from? My own first impression was M2 to M3.

The benchmarks of the phones using these seem to suggest that M2 to M3 was minor improvement and M3 to M4 and M4 to M5 was major improvement. And I concentrated on looking for benchmarks that sounded more like CPU than anything else when looked for what could be there.
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