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    Like atom01 pointed out, the gain doesn't come...

    Like atom01 pointed out, the gain doesn't come from x64 but because SSE2 is the default fp instruction set for the x64 Ubuntu kernel. The same gains can be expected on the Atom Medfield when using...
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    While SSE2 is a double percision IEEE754...

    While SSE2 is a double percision IEEE754 compliant SIMD unit, VFP isn't. Actually VFP isn't even a SIMD unit. VFP does vector ops by sequencing scalar ones.
    On the other hand, the NEON instruction...
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    I didn't expect such a big difference on x64. The...

    I didn't expect such a big difference on x64. The Atom N450 is one generation newer but basically the same as the N270.
    I saw a gain of 2.5x(!) on one test, a 2x gain on another one but generally...
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    Why do you say that these two verdors' different...

    Why do you say that these two verdors' different SIMD implementations result in the same performance gains? Because they don't and that's why it's important that it's used on both platforms. Intel's...
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    Very interesting. This basically nullifies this...

    Very interesting. This basically nullifies this review.
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    Atom N270

    The Atom N270 is single core but on the first page you write '2 Cores'.
    I saw you make this mistake in the previous articles too.
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