To expand a bit on what Will said: the instruction (for that Gold member) may carry up to 30 operations. The compiler does not have to find 30 for every instruction; you would never see that level of ILP in open code except in contrived examples. However, in loops, with pipelining and/or unrolling, there is no limit to the amount of available ILP. One-instruction loops are common on a Mill, with the instruction containing large numbers of ops, approaching the encoding limit of the particular family memory.
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