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authorDavid Phillips <david@sighup.nz>2017-05-28 18:54:38 +1200
committerDavid Phillips <david@sighup.nz>2017-05-28 18:54:38 +1200
commit194f2dd5d0f4de73e73e0621e60ed4b73e09c2be (patch)
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Remove SSSE3 note
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@@ -29,13 +29,6 @@ that keys are sane.
Preliminary benching shows sand leek to be faster than some of the other
similar tools out there when pushing work across cores.
-I have also written a "slightly parallel" base32 algorithm which uses
-SSSE3 if support is given from the compiler and target platform.
-Preliminary benchmarks seem to indicate that this gives a performance
-benefit of between roughly 3% and 30%. Although, these higher
-performance gains seem to be only when running at a reduced worker
-thread count.
| CPU(s) | Max throughput | -t |
| 2× Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2670 0 @ 2.60GHz | 103.3 MH/s | 32 |