On Tue, 19 May 2020 23:58:15 +0300 GMT (20-May-20, 3:58 +0700 GMT),
Maxim Masiutin via TBBETA wrote:
> You can run The Bat! with /SHA1_BENCHMARK command-line parameter to
> figure out whether your CPU supports SHA1 acceleration instructions, for
On Tue, 19 May 2020, at 23:58:15 [GMT +0300] (which was 22:58 where I
live) Maxim wrote:
> Does your CPU support Intel SHA extensions? These are instructions
> introduced on Intel Goldmont microarchitecture. AMD added support in
> their processors for these instructions starting
Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 9:21:52 PM, you wrote:
> At my PC I also saw that with data blocks etc,, but considered it
> (being a rooky at that field) as unimportant and so I only took the
> first sentence.
OK, I was starting another instance of TheBat! with the 1st instance
> What the Subject says. Any confirmations?
I does not happen today. Who knows why.
Miguel A. Urech (Zarzalejo (Madrid) - Spain)
Using The Bat! Version 18.104.22.168 (ALPHA) (64-bit) on Windows 10.0 18363
here's mine ...
This CPU does not support SHA instructions. 150 data blocks
of 1024 bytes took 1.6372 seconds to process by SHA1 (software);
894.7346 Megabytes per second
This CPU does not support SHA instructions. 150 data blocks of
1024 bytes took 5.9410 seconds to process by SHA1 (software); 246.5652
Megabytes per second
Friday, May 22, 2020, 3:14:08 AM, you wrote:
> 150 data blocks of 1024 bytes took 0.8513 seconds to process by
> SHA1 using CPU instructions (hardware), 1720.6420 Megabytes per
> second; 1.9198 seconds to process by software implementation, 763.0005
> Megabytes per second
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