No, quats are the short term for Quaternary ammonium cations, not for quaternary only. Your reading skills suck.Quat is the short therm of Quaternary what means "consisting of four parts" source:
"Quaternary ammonium cations, also known as quats" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quaternary_ammonium_cation
Source? And don't provide a link to SIMD or something like that, I want a link where it clearly is stated that those CPUs can handle SSE and that the performance compared to native SSE is 70%.Now you mix up stuff because its basically a vector processor http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vector_processor
And you can translate the instructions in another format.
Because the vector connections are linearly linked.
You mix up the format with the vector processing them self but you can translate the format and do the vector processing with the same result.
This translation work drain your performance to 70%....
So after you realized that your math sucks you decided to talk about a different processor. Nice.What the hell you talking about ? the Loongson 3B do have 2x256bit per core vector units and the Loongson 3C do have 2x512bit vector units. The 3C do have your "1024bit" in vector.
You have still not managed how to use a spell checker? The word tropic doesn't make any sense in this context.Big insulting words for the fact you lost on all tropics
Get over it Qaridarium, you are not always right.