ARM's Cortex A55/A75 Get Tuned Up In GCC
Written by Michael Larabel in Arm on 21 June 2017 at 06:26 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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ARM's Cortex A55 and A75 processors have received their initial tuning support within the GCC 8 compiler code.

GCC mainline code now has -mcpu/-mtune options for the cortex-a55 and cortex-a75 for tuning this best-in-class power efficiency and performance and highest performance application processors, respectively.

More details on the GCC compiler tuning for the ARM A55/A75 can be found via this GCC commit. The work will be found in the GCC 8.1 stable release due out in H1'2018.
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