- Will_EdwardsModeratorApril 21, 2014 at 2:59 amPost count: 98
Q: How does the Mill compare to the latest ARM64 CPUs?
A: Favourably 😉
ARM and other general purpose instruction sets are all like x86 in this regard: all are best implemented by out-of-order superscalars.
ARM and x86 are often thought to be quite different, but on a spectrum which has OoO superscalars on one side and DSPs on the other, the ARM and x86 are almost in distinguishable.
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