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  • Zhaoxin "Shijidadao" x86_64 CPU Support Merged Into The GCC 15 Compiler

    Phoronix: Zhaoxin "Shijidadao" x86_64 CPU Support Merged Into The GCC 15 Compiler

    Zhaoxin Shijidadao CPU support was upstreamed today into the GCC 15 compiler codebase. Zhaoxin as a reminder is the joint venture between VIA and the Shanghai Municipal Government for creating x86/x86_64-compatible processors for the Chinese market...

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    世紀大道 (Simplified: 世纪大道) pinyin: shìjì dàdào, it's just literally "Century Avenue" but in Chinese

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    • #3
      Originally posted by gedalya View Post
      世紀大道 (Simplified: 世纪大道) pinyin: shìjì dàdào, it's just literally "Century Avenue" but in Chinese
      Thanks & welcome! Please don't mind the trolls.
      👹

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      • #4
        In every of China's many cities you will find Century Avenue, Century Park, Century Square, it's just one of those things

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        • #5
          I was digging through the documentation of this chip and for some reason there's some line about not "feeding" it after midnight? I have no idea what that means.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ironmask View Post
            I was digging through the documentation of this chip and for some reason there's some line about not "feeding" it after midnight? I have no idea what that means.
            It's innuendo intending to imply that it is a monster or a beast. Derived from VIA tech I find that very hard to believe.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by duby229 View Post
              It's innuendo intending to imply that it is a monster or a beast. Derived from VIA tech I find that very hard to believe.
              Coming from China, I wouldn't be surprised if it has Gremlins inside them

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              • #8
                Decent process node
                Definitely no backdoor
                Use in government

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by EphemeralEft View Post
                  Decent process node
                  Definitely no backdoor
                  Use in government
                  Given thst it's x86_64 they probably just wanna make sure that it's their backdoor and not someone else's

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                  • #10
                    Anytime I read China is making its own CPU I can't avoid to think a new war is getting closer...

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