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Old 10-28-2004, 10:48 AM   #1
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GCC 3.4/3.3 Optimization Flags

I need to optimize some CPU-Intensive Real-Time software I have running, but I have a few optimization flags missing, those would be :


I have the correct optimization flags for my Athlon-XP which are :


wrc1944 wrote :

"The =16 values set things to corelate precisely with the athlon-xp's design
parameters, which I would think are pretty important. This is said to allow
the on-die cache to be fully utilized and filled with 16 byte segments."

it's true enough to get my doom3 performance up by about 3 FPS.
however I need to know the same stuff (if available) for the other processors
but I can't find any similar data for the Pentium 3 and the Pentium-MMX.
I need to know their architecture-specific optimization parametrs to tell gcc to compile with.


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