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Thread: GCC 4.8 vs. LLVM/Clang 3.3 On Intel's Core i7 4770K

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcharron View Post
    I would like to see how the FX 8350 does myself
    Hah, speaking of processors most people don't have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by npoc View Post
    Hah, speaking of processors most people don't have.
    Piledriver has been out in the wild since late October of last year unlike the newly released Haswell. To me the key word RealNC used was "yet"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcharron View Post
    Piledriver has been out in the wild since late October of last year unlike the newly released Haswell. To me the key word RealNC used was "yet"
    I didn't mean to offend, I'm still rocking an i7 860 and looking for an upgrade. It's just that if AMD's processors were selling they wouldn't be in such dire financial straights.

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    Besides: I was pleasantly surprised how much GCC 4.8 improves over 4.7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    It's not that I won't declare them, it's that PTS wasn't able to auto-determine and record what optimizations are used by SciMark.
    So can you extract that information manually and supply it?

    Without knowing the actual optimization settings the results are, as stated, quite worthless. A -O0 vs -O0 or -O1 vs -O1 or -O2 vs -O2 comparison means absolutely nothing in this context (fastest code the compiler can generate).

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