Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 24th Jan 2007 18:34 UTC, submitted by IdaAshley
IBM In Part 1 of this series you saw how programs on the POWER5 processor work using the 64-bit PowerPC instruction set, then in Part 2 you learned how the PowerPC instruction set addresses memory, and how to do position-independent code. In this article, you learn how to use the very powerful condition and branch instructions available in the PowerPC instruction set.
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by Tanner on Wed 24th Jan 2007 22:04 UTC
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Great Processors... Not often the best technology is the one people use!

Edited 2007-01-24 22:05

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v I want some...
by antik on Wed 24th Jan 2007 23:26 UTC
RE: I want some...
by mrothe on Thu 25th Jan 2007 07:30 UTC in reply to "I want some..."
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grab a second-hand power4 (or even power5) workstation on ebay. ;-) those are cheaper than new power5+ workstations from IBM, but still quite fast.

There is also Genesi, that produce the Open Server Workstation "in the near future" ( ;) ). That would be a very reasonable computer with enough power for todays applications.

Although I must admit, that it would be great to have more choices...

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