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Amazing isn’t it!Almost nine years later, Mac Pro with Westmere Xeons still has decent scores. Hold better than I thought - but that is pure Intel fault.
MP5,1 is the modern SE/30.
Or, is it Maxon's fault for still compiling their code for a nine-year old processor?Almost nine years later, Mac Pro with Westmere Xeons still has decent scores. Hold better than I thought - but that is pure Intel fault.
If AVX and AVX2 where so good and could be applicable to everything as Intel wanted to sell us, every Pro app should be using by now, no?Or, is it Maxon's fault for still compiling their code for a nine-year old processor?
When code is recompiled to use the new instruction set extensions, it can be significantly faster.
Compiling for MMX and running on a system with AVX2 should be a crime.
Actually, it's proof that Moore's law is still going strong.2010-2020 will be know as the decade that ended Moore law.
Actually, I disagree. The SE/30 was an all in one machine and had limited expandability. I had one. Upgraded the RAM, and ran a second Black & White (not monochrome) monitor. Couldn't do much else.MP5,1 is the modern SE/30.
My sister bought a 4 core mac mini 2018. She uses Tesseract for OCR. Her new machine is quite bit faster at that task than my 3.5 Ghz 2014 iMac. I suspect that AVX-512 is a big part of that.AVX512 doubles the size of AVX2 registers to 512-bits - so each instruction can do 16 FP32 or "int" operations.
There are also new instructions to accelerate encryption/decryption and other tasks.
But, this all goes to waste if your programs are still compiled for Woodcrest 65nm processors.
What is the configuration of the Z800? As an FYI the Zx00 series uses similar levels of technology as the 4,1 and 5,1 Mac Pros.On the 5 machines I use the most:
2014 Mac Mini: 765
2010 17" MBP: 762
2009 (?) MacPro: 3338
2018 MSI WS63: 1829
Unknown Year HP Z800: 3072