could be handful for whom who doens't has it already.
Posted on 2003-10-23 06:05:19 by wizzra
It'll make a nice read when I find time, thanks :)
Posted on 2003-11-03 13:13:40 by Homer
Formated version of the above: http://www.agner.org/assem/pentopth.zip

CuTedEvil
Posted on 2003-11-03 17:29:42 by CuTedEvil

Formated version of the above: http://www.agner.org/assem/pentopth.zip

CuTedEvil


BTW for MASM32 users, the same document is in \MASM32\HELP\agner.hlp
Posted on 2003-11-04 12:36:13 by MazeGen
Do all or most of the optimizations in the above reference apply to other CPUs like the Athlon also? Or are they egocentric optimizatons that only work within a clique of "in" processors like the latest Pentiums. I personally am interested only in methods that apply to ALL CPUs that are not badly dated or obsolete. Is that a unreasonable attitude? Ratch
Posted on 2003-11-07 19:01:41 by Ratch
Originally posted by Ratch
I personally am interested only in methods that apply to ALL CPUs that are not badly dated or obsolete.

AFAIK, that requirement is not easy to meet. It is tempting to say that it is impossible, but I have not used all CPUs in the market. :)
Posted on 2003-11-08 00:22:26 by Starless
I've been looking for a resource that summarizes all the processors too...

It seems that Agner Fog left off when the Pentium 4 came around - his latest updates direct you to read the Intel manuals for Pentium 4. Also IIRC his document does not really deal with Athlon, etc. It may be beneficial to real Agner's optimization manual (latest edition) then real the Optimization &c chapters in the Pentium 4 manual. But remember Pentium 4 has some on chip optimizations while Athlon has others...
Posted on 2003-11-08 22:55:48 by V Coder