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Who wants to sell a piece of software that doesn't work well on AMD processors?

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Because of their size, Intel can afford to put more money into their compiler than other CPU vendors can. The Intel compiler is relatively cheap, it has superior performance, and the support is excellent.

Selling such a compiler is certainly not a profitable business in itself, but it is obviously intended as a way of AMD All chipsets CPUID Intel's microprocessors. There would be no point in adding new advanced instructions to the microprocessors if there were no tools to use these instructions.


AMD is also making a compiler, but the current version supports only Linux, not Windows. Various people have raised suspicion that the biased CPU dispatching has made its way into common benchmark programs link link. This is a serious issue indeed.

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We know that many customers base their buying decision on published benchmark results, and a biased benchmark means an unfair market advantage worth billions of dollars. The legal battle AMD have sued Intel for unfair competition at least sinceand the case has been settled in November This settlement deals with AMD All chipsets CPUID issues of unfair competition, apparently including the Intel compiler.

The settlement says: As used in this Section 2.


For purposes of this Section 2. In no circumstances shall this Section 2. This looks like a victory for AMD. If we read "any Intel product" as Intel's compilers and function libraries, "any Third Party" as programmers using these compilers and libraries, and "Artificial Performance Impairment" as the CPU dispatcher checking the vendor ID string; then the settlement puts an obligation on Intel to change their AMD All chipsets CPUID dispatcher.

I will certainly check the next version of Intel's compiler and libraries to see AMD All chipsets CPUID they have done so or they have found a loophole in the settlement. Interestingly, this is not the end of the story. The accusations in the FTC complaint are unusually strong: Intel sought to undercut the performance advantage of non-Intel x86 CPUs relative to Intel x86 CPUs when it redesigned and distributed software products, such as compilers and libraries.

Intel failed to disclose the effects of the changes it made to its software in or about and later to its customers or the public. Intel also disseminated false or misleading documentation about its compiler and libraries.

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In truth and in fact, many differences were due largely or entirely to the Intel software. Intel's misleading or false statements and omissions about the performance of its software were material to ISVs, OEMs, benchmarking organizations, and the public in their purchase or use of CPUs. Intel's failure to disclose that the differences were due largely to the Intel software, in light of the representations made, was, and AMD All chipsets CPUID, a deceptive practice. Moreover, those misrepresentations and omissions were likely to harm the AMD All chipsets CPUID of other x86 CPUs companies, and harmed competition.


In response to such requests, on numerous occasions, Intel misrepresented, expressly or by implication, the source of the problem and whether it could be solved. AMD All chipsets CPUID deceptive conduct deprived consumers of an informed choice between Intel chips and rival chips, and between Intel software and rival software, and raised rivals' costs of competing in the relevant CPU markets.

The loss of performance caused by the Intel compiler and libraries also directly harmed consumers that used non-Intel x86 CPUs. The remedy AMD All chipsets CPUID the FTC asks for is also quite farreaching: Requiring that, with respect to those Intel customers that purchased from Intel a software compiler AMD All chipsets CPUID had or has the design or effect of impairing the actual or apparent performance of microprocessors not manufactured by Intel "Defective Compiler"as described in the Complaint: Unlike many of Intel's recent microarchitectures such as Skylake and Kaby Lake which make use of a unified scheduler, AMD continue to use a split pipeline design.

The two sections are completely separate, each featuring separate schedulers, queues, and execution units.

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