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  • risho
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    Originally posted by discordian View Post
    Was this ever funny?
    do you have to be such a wet blanket?

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  • discordian
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    Originally posted by crt0mega View Post
    But does it run Crysis?
    Was this ever funny?

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  • crt0mega
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    But does it run Crysis?

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  • milkylainen
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    Is it a runtime binary translator, more like rosetta or is it like straight instruction per instruction (or block) emulator?

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  • brucethemoose
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    I wonder if SVE2 and TME will be a sticking point going the other direction. There is stuff that wont map to AVX2 hardware (or even AVX512 CPUs for TME and bits of SVE2), and I'm not sure expanding those to multiple instructions is an easy job. It must not be if FEX doesn't want to translate AVX2 to NEON.

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  • FEX-Emu 2301 Working More On AVX Emulation Atop Arm, New AArch64 Code Emitter

    Phoronix: FEX-Emu 2301 Working More On AVX Emulation Atop Arm, New AArch64 Code Emitter

    FEX as the open-source project working on allowing x86_64 software to run atop Linux AArch64 (64-bit Arm) systems -- including games and the likes of Valve's Steam Play (Proton) -- is out with its newest monthly feature release...

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