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    One of the pioneers of the original RISC instruction set has returned to the design table with a goal thatís nothing short of massive. David Patterson wants to reinvent computing with a completely open ISA, and heís hoping that the time is right to finally blow the doors off the CPU industry ó this time, by advocating for the adoption of the completely open ISA, RISC-V.


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    Would be very interesting to see developing of old RISC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Would be very interesting to see developing of old RISC.
    I agree. Switching to open source could change the game a bit. Hardware makers could avoid the fees paid to use popular features. Ill keep an eye on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I agree. Switching to open source could change the game a bit. Hardware makers could avoid the fees paid to use popular features. Ill keep an eye on this.
    These was the tree principal advantages of old RISC over to CISC machine:

    1) Speed : Since a simplified instruction set allows for a pipelined, superscalar design RISC processors often achieve 2 to 4 times the performance of CISC processor using comparable semiconductor technology and the same clock rates.


    2) Simpler Hardware : Because the instruction set of a RISC processor is so simple, it uses up much less chip space; extra functions, such as memory management units or floating point arithmetic units, can also be placed on the same chip. Smaller chips allow a semiconductor manufacturer to place more parts on a single silicon wafer, which can lower the per-chip cost dramatically.


    3) Shorter Design Cycle : Since RISC processors are simpler than corresponding CISC processors, they can be designed more quickly, and can take advantage of other technological developments sooner than corresponding CISC designs, leading to greater leaps in performance between generations.

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    And that means somebody like Intel will buy it and stick it in a closet to die..... Again! Lol
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