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25 July 2023

  • curprev 10:2610:26, 25 July 2023Dank talk contribs 917 bytes +19 No edit summary
  • curprev 10:2610:26, 25 July 2023Dank talk contribs 898 bytes +898 Created page with "Not quite the return of CISC, but a fascinating shot by Intel, claiming "Intel® APX demonstrates the advantage of the variable-length instruction encodings of x86." The new REX2 and EVEX prefixes are used to modify existing instructions. * Suppression of writes to status registers (eliminating a common source of false dependencies) * Expansion of the conditional instruction set * Fits within existing XSAVE/XRSTOR space due to deprecation of MPX registers * New PUSH2/PO..."