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NEx64T - #8: comparison with other architectures
Posted on 11-Jan-2024 16:48:46
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Eighth article in the series.
With the release of the latest details regarding the SIMD/Vector unit, the general overview of the new NEx64T architecture comes to a close, while now it is time to see what it offers compared to the competition.

English: https://www.appuntidigitali.it/21667/nex64t-8-comparison-with-other-architectures/
Italian: https://www.appuntidigitali.it/21585/nex64t-8-confronto-con-altre-architetture/

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