Silver Core

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Cores: Tin Copper Silver Gold Decimal8 Decimal16 

The Silver core offers a good amount of parallelism and also has native floating point arithmetic. It could be in a normal desktop or laptop computer or a mid range server with a more computation heavy workload.


Belt: 16  Morsel: 4bit  Scalar Width: 64bit  Operand Maximum Size: 16B  

Pipelines: 25  Retire Stations: 16  Scratchpad: 256B  

Spill Buffers: 16  Spiller Stack Size: 256MB  

iCache Line: 32B  

6 reader slots, 10bits wide   5 writer slots, 7bits wide   2 pick slots, 13bits wide   

exu slot 0, 20bits wide, with functional units: alu bfp bfpm bfpmas count div mul nope shift shuffle 

exu slot 1, 20bits wide, with functional units: alu bfp bfpm exuArgs mul shift 

exu slot 2, 16bits wide, with functional units: alu exuArgs 

exu slot 3, 16bits wide, with functional units: alu exuArgs 

flow slot 0, 15bits wide, with functional units: cache con conform control ls lsb nopf 

flow slot 1, 15bits wide, with functional units: con conform control flowArgs ls lsb misc 

flow slot 2, 15bits wide, with functional units: con conform control flowArgs ls lsb misc 

flow slot 3, 13bits wide, with functional units: con flowArgs ls lsb misc 


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